COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — NATO's secretary-general says he is "confident" that both the Western military alliance and Russia "will act in a respectable way" as the two sides hold drills in the same area in waters off Norway's coast.Jens... (Date:10/30/2018 10:41) Read full article >>

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