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Ships, submarines, aircraft begin NATO anti-submarine exercises in Mediterranean

By Reuters
14 March 2017   |   12:05 pm
NATO anti-submarine exercises have begun in the central Mediterranean sea, bringing together ships, submarines and aircraft from ten nations.

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