Middle East

France-Turkey spat over Libya exposes NATO's limits

In this May 11 2017 file photo, the French stealth frigate Courbet is docked at Naval Base Guam, near Hagatna, Guam. The current naval standoff between France and Turkey is shining a spotlight on NATO's struggle to keep its ranks in order and reveals how difficult it is to run the world's biggest military alliance while respecting UN resolutions and arms embargoes when members are on different sides in a conflict, as in Libya. (AP Photo/Haven Daley)

 

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