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NATO in talks to put nuclear weapons on standby, boss tells UK's Telegraph

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FILE PHOTO: Defence ministers of the NATO-Ukraine Council meet in Brussels
June 17, 2024
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LONDON (Reuters) - NATO is in talks to deploy more nuclear weapons, taking them out of storage and placing them on standby, in the face of a growing threat from Russia and China, the head of the alliance said on Monday.

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