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Obama pledges US long-term commitment to Europe security

As a friend, ally and trading partner of Britain, Obama wished to see an orderly negotiating process and as close a relationship as possible in future. 

Troop cut won't impact mission in Afghanistan: US General

President Barack Obama`s decision to withdraw roughly 1,400 U.S. troops from Afghanistan won`t adversely impact America`s mission there, a top general said before arriving in Kabul on Friday, adding that some jobs could be done from abroad.

White House says Obama briefed on Dallas shooting

US President Barack Obama, who is attending a NATO summit in Warsaw, has been briefed on the killing of police officers in Dallas during a protest against police shootings of black men.

Kerry in Ukraine to reaffirm support in face of Russia threat

US Secretary of State John Kerry meets Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Thursday to reaffirm support for Kiev's fight against pro-Russian insurgents and its bid to anchor its ties to the West.

Russian actions caused `loss of trust` with NATO: Merkel

Russian actions caused `loss of trust` with NATO: Merkel

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Thursday that Russia`s actions in Ukraine had eroded mutual trust with the West, speaking on the eve of a major NATO summit in Poland.

Poland to host 2016 NATO Summit

The Polish government has agreed on the plan of action concerning the preparation of the NATO Summit that will take place in Warsaw on July 8-9 2016.

Barack Obama delays immigration action, angering advocates

 President Barack Obama will wait until after November`s midterm elections to reform the US immigration system with his executive power, seeking to shield lawmakers crucial to Democratic Party hopes of clinging on to the Senate.

Turkey's Erdogan to seek Gulen extradition in Obama talks: Media

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan will seek the extradition of his ally-turned-foe, US-based Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen, when he meets US President Barack Obama at the NATO summit on Friday, Turkish media reports said.

NATO leaders condemn `barbaric` Islamic State: Cameron

NATO leaders condemn the "barbaric and despicable acts" carried out by Islamic State extremists who have beheaded two US journalists, British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday.

West mulls response to Islamic State threat

Western powers on Friday discussed the emerging threat from Islamist militants in Syria and Iraq, on the second day of a NATO summit dominated so far by the actions of their old foe Russia over Ukraine.

Ukraine, rebels back peace plan, ceasefire from Friday

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and the main pro-Russian rebel leader said they would both order ceasefires on Friday, provided that an agreement is signed on a new peace plan to end the five-month war in Ukraine`s east.

Ukraine`s Poroshenko meets Western leaders before NATO summit

President Petro Poroshenko held talks with US President Barack Obama and other Western leaders on Thursday on the conflict with pro-Russia rebels in Ukraine ahead of the start of a NATO summit.

Russia announces military drills ahead of NATO summit

 Russia announced Wednesday that its strategic missile forces (RVSN) will hold large-scale drills in southern Siberia this month.

Britain orders £3.5 billion in armoured vehicles

Britain has signed a GBP3.5-billion (USD5.8-billion, 4.4-billion-euro) contract for almost 600 new armoured vehicles, the government said Wednesday on the eve of a NATO summit in Wales.

NATO summit in 2014 will focus on Afghanistan: Obama

US President Barack Obama and NATO chief on Friday said that they are planning a summit next year to put the final touches on the end of combat operations in war-torn Afghanistan.

NATO activists` lawyers blast anti-terror law

Federal prosecutors handle the vast majority of terrorism cases in the US, distinguishing the case of the three activists.

Time to move ahead: US to Pakistan

The US has ruled out an apology to Pakistan for November 26 incident in which 24 Pakistani soldiers were killed in a NATO cross border fire.

Pakistan was humiliated at NATO summit: Qureshi

Former foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said Pakistan was humiliated in Chicago because of Asif Ali Zardari`s "zero credibility".

NATO Summit: Zardari adamant, refrains from making promises

In his short speech, President Zardari gave no indication that Islamabad would be reopening vital NATO supply routes anytime soon.

Obama doesn`t mention Pak at NATO Summit; snubs Zardari?

Barack Obama did not mention Pakistan in his opening remarks at the NATO Summit meeting on Afghanistan.