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Russia-Ukraine updates: Finnish PM says war shows Europe’s weakness

Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin says the war in Ukraine has exposed basic weaknesses in Europe's defense and strategy. UK says Russia's withdrawal allowed Ukraine to target transport nodes. Follow DW for more.

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27 Nov
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27 Nov
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