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Stoltenberg Claims EU Unable to Defend Europe in Wake of Macron’s ‘Brain Dead’ NATO Jab

WorldNews Wednesday, 20 November 2019
Stoltenberg Claims EU Unable to Defend Europe in Wake of Macron’s ‘Brain Dead’ NATO JabEarlier this month, Jens Stoltenberg hit out at French President Emmanuel Macron’s claims that NATO is experiencing “brain death”, instead urging Europe to strengthen its collaboration with the US. ......
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