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Dover Lab DNA Proves Woman was on famed 17th century Swedish warship
The Delaware-based Armed Forces DNA Identification Laboratory helped confirm that a woman was on a 17th century Swedish warship that sank on maiden voyage.
By Jan M. Olsen, The Associated Press
Turkey’s president says he will back Finland’s NATO bid
Turkey, Finland and Sweden signed an agreement in June of last year to resolve differences over the Nordic states’ membership.
Weapons shortages spark tough choices for Ukraine’s allies
Arms shortages among Ukraine’s allies are forcing difficult conversations about how to balance support concerns Russia may target them next.
By Joe Gould
US Senate votes in favor of Finland, Sweden joining NATO
Sweden and Finland applied to join NATO in May, setting aside their longstanding stance of military nonalignment.
Turkey lifting objections to Sweden, Finland joining NATO
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine prompted Sweden and Finland to abandon their long-held nonaligned status and apply to join NATO. But Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan had blocked the move, insisting the Nordic pair change their stance on Kurdish rebel groups that Turkey considers terrorists.
By Jill Lawless and Joseph Wilson, AP