Anders Fogh Rasmussen joins NBC’s Andrea Mitchell to explain why he opposes military action in Syria – even as President Barack Obama grapples with what to do about President Assad’s suspected use of chemical weapons.
PRISTINA (Reuters) - Five men were convicted in Kosovo on Monday of involvement in an organ trafficking ring that performed at least 23 illegal kidney transplants at a clinic on the outskirts of the capital, under the noses of United Nations police and NATO peacekeepers. Full story
U.S. commanders have laid out a range of possible options for military involvement in Syria, but they have made it clear that any action would likely be either with NATO backing or with a coalition of nations similar to the NATO-led overthrow of Libyan dictator Col. Moammar Gadhafi in 2011. Full story
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Alex Salmond wants to see an independent Scotland free of submarines laden with nuclear missiles, but he says he is open to hosting NATO bases without weapons of mass destruction. Full story
Ret. Col. Jack Jacobs weighs in on the scandal that has ensnared former CIA chief David Petraeus and Gen. John Allen, telling TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie that Allen has a stellar career and great reputation but he “wouldn’t be surprised” if his NATO nomination was withdrawn.
According to a senior U.S. defense official, the FBI has uncovered between 20,000 and 30,000 pages of emails between Marine General John Allen, the top American and NATO commander in Afghanistan, and Jill Kelley, the women whose initial complaint led to the discovery of evidence about the Petraeus
NATO leaders discuss the volatile situation along the Turkish-Syrian border following last week’s shelling of a village by forces loyal to Syria’s government. NBC’s Jim Maceda reports.
In an exclusive interview with NBC's Lester Holt, General John Allen, the commander of NATO-led forces in Afghanistan, discusses the problem of insider attacks on coalition soldiers.
Afghan security forces turned their guns on U.S. and NATO troops, killing four American soldiers and two British troops. NBC’s Richard Engel reports.
Kosovo's Prime Minister Hashim Thaci arrives at NATO headquarters after meeting Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic and European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton , in Brussels April 19, 2013. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
Rinesa Koshi, 8, walks past a NATO peacekeeper guarding a bridge as she crosses from the north to the south of the ethnically divided town of Mitrovica May 17, 2013. Koshi, who is an ethnic Albanian, lives in the northern predominantly Serb part of the town but goes to school in the south, which is
A NATO soldier with the International Security Assistance Force stand at the site of a suicide attack in Kabul May 16, 2013. A suicide bomber in a car targeted two vehicles carrying foreign forces in the Afghan capital Kabul on Thursday, police said, but it was not immediately clear if there were c
NATO soldiers with the International Security Assistance Force arrive at the site of a suicide attack in Kabul May 16, 2013. A suicide bomber in a car targeted two vehicles carrying foreign forces in the Afghan capital Kabul on Thursday, police said, but it was not immediately clear if there were c