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Congress underscored its disapproval of Turkey imprisoning U.S. pastor Andrew Brunson on Thursday by temporarily banning transfers of F-35 joint strike fighters to the NATO ally.

House and Senate lawmakers finalized a $674 billion defense spending bill and added a passage that none of the money can be used to deliver F-35s to Ankara, which is eager to purchase about 100 of the advanced fighters.

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The legislation backs a prohibition signed into law by President Trump last month as part of the Pentagon’s annual policy bill and is another sign of the deteriorating relationship between the U.S. and Ankara over Brunson.

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