NATO says will help Turkey if needed after suicide bombing

By REUTERS
October 12, 2015 15:59

 
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Stavanger, Norway, - NATO will help member country Turkey if needed, the alliance's Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said on Monday, two days after a twin suicide bombing killed at least 97 people in the Turkish capital Ankara.

"Turkey is a strong ally and they have the second-largest army," he told Reuters. "They have a capable air force, so the Turkish armed forces are the first responders, but NATO is there to help and assist them if they need."

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