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Turkey demands Sweden, Finland extradite 'terrorists' after NATO deal
The country is asking the NATO hopefuls to hand over some 33 people sought on terrorism charges, Turkish justice minister said on Wednesday.
US boosting forces across Europe over Russian threat, Biden tells NATO
The US president told alliance leaders in Madrid that Washington will enhance its "force posture in Europe", with additional air, sea and land resources.
Five things you need to know about Ukraine war from Tuesday
From the testimonies of the Kremenchuk shopping centre missile attack survivors to the NATO chief saying Ukraine is facing brutality unseen in Europe since WWII, these are five of the main developments of the war on Tuesday.
Finland and Sweden set for NATO invite after Turkey drops opposition
A new "memorandum of understanding" between the three countries seeks to allay Turkish fears over security.
Ukraine facing 'brutality' unseen in Europe since WW2, says NATO chief
Jens Stoltenberg says the NATO summit in Madrid will agree "a comprehensive programme of assistance" to help Ukraine "enforce its right to self-defence" against Russian aggression.
Five things you need to know about Ukraine war from Monday
From the Russian missile strike on a busy shopping centre in Kremenchuk to Moscow facing a possible default on its foreign debt as its economy slows down due to sanctions, here are five of the main stories about the war on Monday.
Moves to admit Finland and Sweden into NATO 'will likely drag on'
Turkey is "unlikely to simply back down on its demands" to Stockholm and Helsinki, say experts.
NATO to hike number of soldiers on high alert from 40,000 to 300,000
Huge reinforcements are heading for NATO's eastern flank.
Thousands protest against NATO ahead of key Madrid summit
Thousands of people gathered in Madrid to protest against NATO just days before the alliance is due to hold a summit in the Spanish capital.
NATO summit to highlight growing influence of Russia, China in Africa
The Kremlin-linked Wagner mercenaries have established a strong presence in conflict-stricken African countries, while China is quietly building its overseas military network, officials believe.
NATO secretary-general warns of a possible lengthy war in Ukraine
Meanwhile, in Kharkiv, the Ukrainian military says they have found 103 bodies, believed to be of Russian troops, in territories liberated from the Kremlin's forces.
NATO to boost military forces and equipment on its eastern flank
NATO defence ministers on Thursday discussed ways to bolster forces and deterrence along the military alliance's eastern borders.
Could Finland break with Sweden on NATO membership?
Despite Finland's president and prime minister calling for a lock-step approach to joining NATO for Finland and Sweden, some people want to see Finland proceed on their own.
Send more weapons to Ukraine, Poland's PM urges NATO
“Where is our credibility if Ukraine fails? Can we imagine that Ukraine fails and we revert to business as usual? I hope not."
NATO's chief meets Finland's president to discuss membership bid
Finland, and its neighbour Sweden, applied to join NATO after Russia's invasion of Ukraine sparked security concerns.
NATO's eastern flank nations demand better protection against Russia
Nine NATO eastern flank nations met in Bucharest to request better protection from the military alliance in the light of Russia's aggresslon in Ukraine.
Sweden's government survives confidence vote amid tensions with Turkey
The no-confidence motion, which targeted Swedish Justice Minister Morgan Johansson, failed by just one vote.
Finland and Sweden prepare for large NATO naval drill
NATO hopefuls Sweden and Finland are getting ready for an enlarged military exercise in the Baltic Sea, amid Turkish contestation.
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Europe's week: More Russian sanctions drama and Denmark votes
In a historic referendum, 67 per cent of the Danish people voted in favour of scrapping the opt-out from EU security and defense policy after 30 years.
German MPs set to approve massive military spending spree
The decision is expected to easily pass in the lower house of the Bundestag today and comes in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
NATO warns the war in Ukraine could continue for a long time
It has been 100 days since Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered his troops to invade Ukraine and NATO has warned the war could last a long time.
Turkey warns of 'security risks' if Finland & Sweden join NATO
Turkey's president wrote Finland and Sweden's entry into NATO would endanger his country and the "organisation's future".
Here are the four EU countries that are not seeking to join NATO
All four EU countries are either militarily neutral or non-aligned.
Russia cuts gas supplies to Finland for 'refusing to pay in roubles'
The cutoff is not expected to have any major immediate effect and there would be no disruption to customers, Finnish authorities said.
'A taste of security': NATO beer flies off the shelves in Finland
The owners of Olaf craft brewery in the eastern city of Savonlinna say they can't keep up with demand for the new brew.
Russia to build '12 new military bases' in response to NATO expansion
Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu cited 'growth of military threats on Russia's borders' for the move.