Protests in Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, and Yemen arose from the people protesting against Washington’s tyrannical puppet governments.
US Insists All Slain Were 'Insurgents'
Libyan rebels have accused Nato of being too slow to act – and asked them to suspend operations unless they “do the job properly”.
A Dearth of Depraved Dames / American Domination as 'Freedom and Democracy' / The DC-NATO Agenda / Funny Money and Funny Statistics
The US military on Monday withdrew its fighter jets from the international air campaign in Libya, officials said, after NATO asked Washington to keep up bombing raids for another 48 hours.
The minute Turkey's Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu told the Anatolia news agency, "The coalition that was formed following the Paris meeting will abandon the mission and hand it over entirely to a single command system under NATO", the issue was se
In a special video address, Alex Jones terms the al Qaeda intelligence operation a 'swiss army knife' for destabilization.
In a recent House debate on the president’s war powers, Congressman Dennis Kucinich delivered a fiery, impassioned speech in support of ending the Afghanistan war, now the longest in America’s history.
“HAARP is a project of which the public is almost completely unaware, and this needs to be remedied.”
2007 West Point Study Shows Benghazi-Darnah-Tobruk Area was a World Leader in Al Qaeda Suicide Bomber Recruitment
Talking to Both Sides as 'Mediator' of Conflict
There may be less than meets the eye to President Barack Obama's statements Monday night that NATO is taking over from the U.S. in Libya and that U.S. action is limited to defending people under attack there by Moammar Gadhafi's forces.
Libya accused NATO on Sunday of "terrorising" and killing its people as part of a global plot to humiliate and weaken the North African country.
The commander of U.S. and NATO-led forces in Afghanistan apologized Wednesday after an investigation concluded that coalition troops accidentally killed nine civilians -- including some children -- in a strike Tuesday.
US war commander General David Petraeus will leave his post as chief of US and Nato forces in Afghanistan before the end of the year, the Times newspaper reported Wednesday.
The official line of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), the NATO command in Afghanistan, is that the war against Afghan insurgents is vital to the security of all the countries providing troops there.
General Predicts Increase in Violence Over the Winter
German General Says NATO Moving Into 'Hold' Phase
The West and NATO are making the world a safer place, especially in Afghanistan.
NATO ministers backed reforms and cutbacks for alliance institutions on Thursday to save tens of millions of dollars a year, but the United States warned its partners against making excessive cuts in national defence.
Ever since the Gaza flotilla incident, in which several Turkish citizens were killed after a boat headed with supplies to Gaza was attacked, relations between Turkey and Israel have been horrendous, and deteriorating rapidly.
Afghanistan's government says a new investigation shows 39 civilians, all women or children, were killed in a NATO rocket attack last month, fewer than first reported but dozens more than foreign forces have conceded.
An Iranian lawmaker slams the recent bombings in the country’s southeast as a plot by Western military forces in the Middle East to spread terror on Iran’s borders.
Spokesman Claims Taliban 'Cornered' Though the argument seems to be increasingly difficult to take seriously, NATO is again maintaining that the Taliban are not getting any stronger, and indeed suggesting that they might be getting weaker.
Top NATO officials suggested they support Afghanistan commander Gen. McChrystal's call for a bigger counterinsurgency strategy in that war, but said they may send more troops only after they know how the administration intends to proceed there. Se
Georgia said it had ended a brief mutiny at a military base near the capital that broke out after the arrest of a former special forces commander accused of planning to disrupt NATO exercises. President Mikhail Saakashvili said in a televised address
NATO leaders will meet in Strasbourg, France, on Friday to celebrate the 60th anniversary of an alliance that deterred the Soviet Union, opened the door to emerging democracies, battled ethnic cleansing and now welcomes the return of France as a full
President Nicolas Sarkozy forcefully defended his intention to return France to the heart of NATO's military command after 43 years away and insisted that staying outside the alliance's highest echelons any longer would weaken France.
"We will have to react somehow, to react, of course, in a military way," Medvedev was quoted as saying Tuesday by the RIA-Novosti news agency.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is determined to revamp its image, establishing a media operations center for Afghanistan and hiring an executive from Coca-Cola to manage the way the alliance is seen around the world. (Selling War like Soda?)