Obama, NATO Leaders Meet In France President Obama is meeting with other NATO leaders for the first time today in France. As the alliance marks its 60th anniversary, President Obama is telling other countries that they are welcome to join. He and other NATO leaders took a walk of unity earlier today across the bridge that connects France with Germany. Host Scott Simon gets the latest updates from NPR's Don Gonyea.
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Obama, NATO Leaders Meet In France

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Obama, NATO Leaders Meet In France

Obama, NATO Leaders Meet In France

Obama, NATO Leaders Meet In France

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SCOTT SIMON, host:

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