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NATO, Russia Remain at Loggerheads over Ukraine
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NATO leaders will approve the use of AWACS surveillance aircraft to assist the U.S.-led coalition fighting the Islamic State...
NATO Signals No New Members Right Now
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NATO Head Says Europe Safer with Britain in EU
Britain's remaining in the European Union is key for trans-Atlantic security, the chief of the NATO alliance said.
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