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Pence pledges U.S. will stand firm with Europe, NATO

By Reuters
18 February 2017   |   11:55 am
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence sought to reassure allies at a security conference in Munich, even as he criticised NATO members for lacking what he perceives as a credible path to reach funding goals.

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