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NATO member states are at odds over several key issues. Seventy years on from its formation, the unity of the alliance is under growing strains.
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg says ties between the military alliance and Moscow are at a "low point." Alliance defense ministers are to discuss a master plan to defend against a potential Russian attack.
Officially freezing relations with the trans-Atlantic alliance gives the Kremlin a new chance to raise tensions on NATO's eastern flank and with Ukraine, writes Konstantin Eggert.
The EU has announced a €1-billion aid package for Afghanistan to prevent "socioeconomic collapse," and German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the world cannot stand by as "40 million people fall into chaos."
US President Joe Biden held a silent tribute at the World Trade Center site, attended a memorial ceremony in Pennsylvania and visited the Pentagon. Other world leaders sent messages of sympathy.
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