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Opinion: Joe Biden gives strong speech on Ukraine, freedom

US President Joe Biden's speech in Warsaw had strong words for Vladimir Putin, but even stronger words in support of a free world. DW's Bartosz Dudek writes that Biden may just have made history.

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