France's president Emmanual Macron has taken other European leaders by surprise by criticizing NATO. In an interview with the Economist magazine, Macron said the alliance was experiencing 'brain death'. He said it was being undermined by a lack of coordination and by the unpredictability of US President Donald Trump. But Chancellor Angela Merkel and the head of NATO Jens Stoltenberg have rejected Macron's remarks.
French President Emmanuel Macron is receiving backlash for calling NATO "brain dead" and questioning Washington's commitment to the Cold War era pact. Meanwhile, celebrations continue in Germany ahead of the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Former Pentagon official Michael Maloof has the story.
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French President Macron said he would support an extension of Brexit, only if it was "justified". Shona Murray has the details. Eliska was born on August 15. Her mother, 27, was declared brain dead on April 21. … A healthy baby girl has been born 117 days after her mother was declared brain-dead. The little girl was born weighing 4 pounds, 11 ounces and measuring 16.5 inches on Aug. 15, according to University Hospital in Brno, Czech Republic. "This case is unique not only in the Czech Republic but also worldwide," the hospital said. The baby's mother, who has not been identified, was 15 weeks pregnant when she suffered a severe stroke and was rushed to the hospital unconscious.