Islam Times - After collapse of the Soviet Union and thus end of the Cold War, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) redefined the so-called threats posed to its members from communism ...
Islam Times - The Spanish police say the driver of the van that ploughed into crowds in Barcelona may still be alive and at large, denying reports that he was shot dead during another anti-terror operation in a Catalan seaside resort.
Islam Times - The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) warned Spanish police months ago of a possible terror attack in Barcelona, a Spanish newspaper has reported.
Islam Times - In the last two years, three Saudi princes living in Europe have disappeared. All were critical of the Saudi government - and there is evidence that all were abducted and flown back to Saudi Arabia… where nothing further has been heard from them.
Islam Times - With four weeks to go until the start of Russia’s Zapad (“West”) war games in Belarus, Western media are already reporting alarm bells that the exercise is a cover for an invasion into NATO countries.
Islam Times - Ukraine says it has never supplied defense technology to North Korea as tensions have increasingly ratcheted up between the North and the US in recent weeks.
Islam Times - Russia has warned that a reported plan by the United States to provide Ukraine with lethal weapons will further escalate the deadly conflict in eastern Ukraine.
Islam Times - Estonia’s prime minister says he has held talks with US Vice President Mike Pence over the possible deployment by Washington of the Patriot missile system to the Baltic state amid rising tensions between NATO states and Russia.
Islam Times - US Vice President Mike Pence claims that Russia is resorting to “destabilizing” measures in Eastern Europe and that Washington expects Moscow’s “behavior to change.”
Islam Times - The Georgian army began two weeks of military exercises with the United States and other partner countries on Sunday, a day before US Vice President Mike Pence visits the ex-Soviet nation.
Islam Times - The Swedish military has announced plans to hold its “first and largest” wargames in over 20 years, involving all of the country’s military branches along with forces from several NATO member states.
Islam Times - The European Union is reportedly making preparations to hit back at the US “within days” if Washington’s possible new sanctions against Russia affect European businesses, including oil firms.
Islam Times - Poland’s ruling party has approved a controversial overhaul of the country’s Supreme Court despite mass protests at home and mounting pressure from its Western allies against the move.
Islam Times - At least 170 suspected ISIS terrorists trained to deal with explosives and are potentially aiming at terrorist attacks in Europe.
Islam Times - Poland’s senate approved a controversial reform of the Supreme Court early Saturday, despite warnings from the European Union, appeals from Washington and massive street protests against the measure.
Islam Times - Damascus has blasted the European Union (EU) for imposing new sanctions against several Syrian nationals, including scientists, over an alleged gas attack, saying the bans merely serve the terrorists and help cover up their crimes.
Islam Times - UK Brexit minister David Davis has come under fire for heading back to his country only hours after beginning the second round of negotiations with the European Union (EU) in Brussels, Belgium.
Islam Times - Romania has stressed that its possible purchasing of seven US-built Patriot missile defense systems is aimed at bolstering the country’s defense and not antagonizing Russia.
Islam Times - The European Union's foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini has stressed that the historic nuclear deal with Iran is an international agreement endorsed by the United Nations.
Islam Times - Russia’s military capabilities are expanding across Europe, but the top military chief of Western defense pact NATO has said Moscow’s plans remain ambiguous amid a heavily politicized atmosphere between the two leading forces.
Islam Times - European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker launched a blistering attack Tuesday on a nearly empty European Parliament, sparking bitter exchanges with the head of the EU's only directly elected institution.