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NATO Conducts 'Iron Sword' Exercises In Lithuania


Around 2,500 troops from nine countries are taking part in NATO exercises in Lithuania code named "Iron Sword." The two-week exercises were originally planned as a purely Lithuanian operation, but were expanded in response to Russia's actions in Ukraine. NATO says Russia supports separatists in eastern Ukraine with troops and equipment, which Russia denies. (Reuters)


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