NATO military drills: Germany sends largest contingent

The German armed forces lead the biggest military exercises of NATO since the Cold War.

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    The German army has sent its top brigade to lead the NATO's biggest military exercises since the Cold War.

    About 50,000 personnel from all 29 NATO allies are taking part, along with partners Finland and Sweden.

    Alex Gatopoulos has more from Trondheim, Norway.


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