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Biden’s Europe tour: US president seeks to bolster alliance with Brussels

By France24
30 March 2022   |   3:59 pm
As the war in Ukraine continues, US President Joe Biden is heading to Europe to meet EU leaders and attend an emergency NATO summit. His trip will also take him to Poland, which has taken in a vast majority of the 3.6 million Ukrainians who have escaped the conflict.

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