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Factbox-Rifts that divide NATO allies Turkey and United States

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(Reuters) – Joe Biden holds his first meeting as U.S. president with Tayyip Erdogan on Monday, ending a five-month wait for the Turkish leader which underlines the cooler relations between Ankara and Washington since Biden took office in January. The two leaders must navigate an array of disputes, most of which pre-date Biden’s taking office in January and which have strained relations between the two allies for years. MISSILE DEFENCE Turkey, a NATO member, has angered the United States by buying Russian S-400 ground-to-air defence missiles. Washington imposed sanctions https://www.reuters.com…

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