Shortly before the European Football Championship starts, the Security Service of Ukraine announced it had stopped an alleged terrorist who was supposed to have planned a series of attacks in France. Among his targets: mosques and synagogues.
Football fans can travel to the World Cup in Russia without fear of hooliganism or terrorism, according to FIFA head of security Helmut Spahn. He insists the country is "very, very well" prepared.
Donald Trump wants more counterterrorism action from the alliance. Can NATO deliver? Should it even try? Teri Schultz examines the issues ahead of the July summit.
The wrought iron tower has been surrounded by metal fences since last year's European football championships. The new proposal is part of a 300 million euro upgrade of the aging structure.
A new book on German defense options suggests Berlin's threat perception is changing due to terrorism fears and Russian aggression. Author Paul Taylor says defense investments and attitudes must be adjusted accordingly.
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