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White House says open to giving GCC partners major non-NATO ally status

Reuters , Thursday 14 May 2015
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US Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes. (Photo: Reuters)
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The White House said on Thursday that it was open to the idea of granting its Gulf Cooperation Council partners major non-NATO ally status.

But talks at the Camp David summit have been focused more on public assurances about help the US can provide with security, Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes said.

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Simon
15-05-2015 09:21pm
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Colossal error
These GCC rags would start a conflict every day and drag all of us with them. This Sunni/Shia war is going to go on for decades, and if the end of time is near, they will bring it even closer!
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