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Montenegro more puzzled than affronted by Trump's attention


PODGORICA, Montenegro (AP) — World War III? Not us, say the puzzled people of Montenegro.

Public officials in this tiny European nation didn't know what to say initially when U.S. President Donald Trump suggested that NATO's newest and smallest member, which has a military with fewer than 2,000 members, could be the spark that sets off a global Armageddon.

That the leader of the world's dominant superpower would characterize the 620,000 or so Montenegrins as "very strong" and "very aggressive people" rendered their government speechless. It found its voice Thursday, and what came out was...

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