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By Associated Press
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says his country can still "freeze" Sweden and Finland's membership in NATO unless the two countries take steps that meet Ankara's security demands.
Turkish authorities have banned LGBTQ events, but around 50 people holding rainbow flags nevertheless marched toward a main park to mark the end of Pride Month.
By Nick Schifrin
As NATO's annual summit begins in Madrid this week amid the backdrop of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the focus of member countries will be on historic shifts in European defenses. U.S. Ambassador to NATO Julianne Smith joins Nick Schifrin to…
By John Leicester, Associated Press
The cryptic threat of a military escalation from the Russian leader didn't specify what the new targets might be, but it comes days after the United States announced plans to deliver $700 million of security assistance for Ukraine. Those weapons…
Stoltenberg, who visited Washington this week, tweeted that he met with Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin while there and discussed “the need to address Turkey’s concerns and move forward” with the Finnish and Swedish membership applications.
This week the Biden administration authorized another $700 million in military aid for Ukraine as its war to fend off Russia's invasion grinds into its fourth month. The U.S. has helped bring together NATO in ways not seen in recent…
Turkey’s president has told journalists he still intends to block Finland and Sweden’s accession to NATO.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken says he is confident that Finland and Sweden applications to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization will move forward despite objections from Turkey.
News Wrap: U.S. Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Robert Califf acknowledged failings by his agency in the baby formula shortage, Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said he would not trade land for peace with Russia, the U.S. and allies South Korea…
By Suzan Fraser, Associated Press
A senior Turkish official says Turkey will not agree to Sweden and Finland joining NATO without "concrete steps in a certain timeframe" to address Ankara's concerns.
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