NATO foreign ministers meet amid strained alliance ties

NATO foreign ministers are meeting in Brussels to discuss global security challenges. They are expected to focus on North Korea's missile programme and perceived hostility from Russia.

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    NATO foreign ministers are meeting in Brussels to discuss global security challenges.

    They are expected to focus on North Korea's missile programme and perceived hostility from Russia.

    The talks are being held against the backdrop of increasingly strained ties between Turkey and other members of the alliance.

    Al Jazeera's Sinem Koseoglu reports from Istanbul.


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