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NATO experiencing 'brain death', France's Macron says

Reuters Thursday, 7 November 2019 ()
France's president warned fellow European countries on Thursday that NATO was dying, citing a lack of coordination and U.S. unpredictability under President Donald Trump, comments quickly rejected as "drastic" by the German chancellor.
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France's president warned fellow European countries on Thursday that NATO was dying, citing a lack of coordination and U.S. unpredictability under President Donald Trump. Zachary Goelman reports.

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