Nato 'to approve' Turkey missile defence

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Nato is expected to approve the deployment of Patriot Missile Interceptors to defend Turkey's border with Syria.

It follows a request from Turkey last month amid rising tensions with its neighbour.

The BBC's Defence Correspondent Jonathan Beale reports from Brussels, where the alliance's foreign ministers will be meeting.

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