Montenegro police: US Embassy attacker ex-soldier
The man who hurled a bomb into the U.S. Embassy compound in Montenegro's capital, and then killed himself, was an ex-soldier apparently decorated by former Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic after NATO's bombing of Serbia and Montenegro in 1999, authorities said Thursday. A police official,
The Latest: US: Montenegro attack not part of ongoing threat
The U.S. State Department says it doesn't believe that an attack on the American embassy in Montenegro "is part of an ongoing threat."
European Central Bank puts onus on Latvia in graft probe
The European Central Bank says it does not have the power to investigate money laundering in individual nations, a hint that it is up to member state Latvia to clear up its corruption scandal.
Slovenia governmen sacks army chief over failed NATO tests
Slovenia's government has sacked the army chief of staff after the military's poor performance at a NATO combat readiness test last week
Montenegro: Man threw grenade at US Embassy then killed self
Montenegro says an attacker threw a grenade at the U.S. Embassy in the capital then killed himself with another explosive device
US Embassy in Montenegro warns of 'security situation'
US Embassy in the capital of Montenegro is warning Americans of "an active security situation" at the site
US lawmakers abroad seek to reassure allies despite Trump comments
Lawmakers on official overseas trips this congressional recess have made public comments appearing to reassure foreign partners that the U.S. relationship with their countries is not changing for the worse, despite remarks from President Donald Trump that can make those partners think otherwise.
US Jewish group withdraws Holocaust video offensive to Poles
US Jewish foundation sparks outrage in Poland with video calling on the United States to sever its diplomatic ties with Poland over controversial new Holocaust legislation and by repeatedly using the historically incorrect term 'Polish Holocaust'
Russia criticizes Western pressure to turn away from Moscow
Russian foreign minister is criticizing Western policies toward his country, urging countries to maintain good relations with Moscow despite the Russia-West divisions