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NATO chief says `we stand together` on Russia

NATO chief says `we stand together` on Russia

NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg that the alliance`s leaders had agreed to maintain a united policy of deterrence.

ISIS wants to attack Europe with nuclear weapons, says think-tank

ISIS wants to attack Europe with nuclear weapons, says think-tank

After carrying out numerous chemical weapons attacks in Syria, the Islamic State now wants to strike Europe with a 'dirty nuclear bomb', a leading international think-tank on proliferation has said.

NATO launches massive war games in Poland

Thousands of NATO troops hit the ground in Poland in a massive show of force Tuesday as the alliance launched its biggest war games in eastern Europe since the Cold War.

China not interested in any form of 'Cold War'

The Chinese Foreign Ministry on Monday said China was not interested in any form of Cold War and firmly opposed anything that might threaten or harm the country's sovereignty and security.

Germany to increase troops for first time since Cold War ended

Germany is raising the number of its troops for the first time since 1990, ending a quarter of a century of successive cuts in the army since the end of the Cold War.

Barack Obama says Cuba visit designed to `bury last remnant` of Cold War

Barack Obama says Cuba visit designed to `bury last remnant` of Cold War

US President Barack Obama on Tuesday told Cubans that he had made a landmark trip to Havana to "bury the last remnant of the Cold War in the Americas."

US military kept nukes on Okinawa during Cold War

The US government has declassified the fact it held nuclear weapons on Okinawa in Japan during the Cold War, though the matter had long been an open secret.

Former UN chief Boutros Boutros-Ghali dies

Former UN secretary-general Boutros Boutros-Ghali, who led the world body during one of its most difficult periods, with failed missions in Rwanda and Bosnia, died Thursday in Cairo. He was 93.

EU's Mogherini says no Cold War with Russia as Syria truce agreed

The European Union`s senior diplomat said on Monday there was no Cold War climate between Moscow and the West as they agreed to a pause in the fighting in Syria, although Russia`s prime minister said tension was growing.

Russia decries 'new Cold War'; East-West tensions cloud talks

US Secretary of State John Kerry told the Munich Security Conference that "the vast majority of Russia's attacks (in Syria) have been against legitimate opposition groups."

World has slipped into new Cold War: Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev

World has slipped into new Cold War: Russian PM Dmitry Medvedev

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said Saturday that strains between Russia and the West have plunged the world into a new Cold War.

US, Cuba renew direct postal service after 52 years

The United States and Cuba have agreed to restore direct postal service 52 years after severing it at the height of the Cold War, the Cuban foreign ministry said Friday.

Russia to deploy new weapons to counter US missile shield

Russia to deploy new weapons to counter US missile shield

Russia will counter NATO's US-led missile defense program by deploying new strike weapons capable of piercing the shield, President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday.

Russia planned to nuke London during Cold War: Report

Russia was planning to nuke London during the Cold War in 1954, according to a media report.

US, Russian jets involved in 'near miss' over Syria

US, Russian jets involved in 'near miss' over Syria

US and Russian jets came within visual identification range over Syria, the US military said on Tuesday.

US and Cuba discussing joint marine reserve: Kerry

Kerry was in Chile yesterday for the "Our Ocean" conference, where several countries and foundations announced new efforts to preserve the marine environment and fisheries.

Iran troops to join Syria war, Russia bombs group trained by CIA

Russian warplanes, in a second day of strikes, bombed a camp run by rebels trained by the CIA, the group's commander said, putting Moscow and Washington on opposing sides in a Middle East conflict for the first time since the Cold War.

Iran troops to join Syria war, Russia bombs group trained by CIA

Russian warplanes, in a second day of strikes, bombed a camp run by rebels trained by the CIA, the group's commander said, putting Moscow and Washington on opposing sides in a Middle East conflict for the first time since the Cold War.

US unable to leave Cold War mentality: Xinhua commentary

The US is unable to discard its outdated Cold War mentality, said a commentary in Xinhua news agency, which added that China and the US must not allow the Asia Pacific region to "retrogress into a destructive wrestling ring".

Russian border guards laugh as Syrian wobbles his bike to asylum

Russian border guards broke out laughing when Syrian refugee Wassem Khatib wobbled on a child`s bicycle towards a remote Arctic frontier post - struggling with a guitar, a rucksack and a heavy suitcase - to seek asylum in neighbouring Norway.