NATO Ramping Up Efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan Amid Trump Criticism – Wall Street Journal

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BRUSSELS—NATO is expanding its training mission in Afghanistan and launching a new one in Iraq, both countries where the coalition is a vital U.S. partner in long-running conflicts that began in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. Alliance
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