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Macron claims NATO is suffering 'brain death'

France 24 Thursday, 7 November 2019 ()
French President Emmanuel Macron said he believed NATO was undergoing “brain death,” lamenting a lack of coordination between Europe and the United States and unilateral action in Syria by key member Turkey, in an interview published Thursday.
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French President Macron weighed in on the current state of NATO.

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