A suicide bomber attacked a convoy of NATO-led security forces in Kabul on Tuesday morning, killing a Canadian soldier and an Afghan civilian. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the act.
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell said Thursday the U.S. and Britain must take the lead role in Iraq's post-war reconstruction, but there would also be significant roles for both the United Nations and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).
The standoff between the United States and three close European allies continued Thursday as Belgium, Germany and France repeated their rejection of a U.S. request that NATO prepare to defend Turkey against a potential Iraqi attack.
By PBS NewsHour
European dissent over U.S. plans for a possible confrontation with Iraq continued to grow Monday as key U.S. allies blocked a NATO proposal to provide defensive military aid to Turkey.
A two-day NATO summit opened in Prague Thursday, with President Bush urging the 19 member countries to demand Iraq "fully and immediately" comply with a United Nations resolution to disarm.
Members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization took a historic step Tuesday, forming an alliance against terrorism with Russia, the nation NATO was formed half a century ago to oppose.
By PBS NewsHour
NATO's General Secretary, Lord Robertson of Great Britain, discusses the U.S. briefing of the council members and reiterates, "the United States of America can rely on the full support of its 18 NATO Allies in the campaign against terrorism."…
Following briefings by U.S. ambassadors, British and NATO officials reaffirmed their commitment to combating the suspected terrorism network of Osama bin Laden.
NATO officially authorized the deployment of 3,500 troops to Macedonia to begin collecting weapons turned in by the ethnic Albanian rebels.
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