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World faces 'dark hour', Biden tells Asia summit as India's Modi stays silent on Russia

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World faces 'dark hour', Biden tells Asia summit as India's Modi stays silent on Russia

World faces 'dark hour', Biden tells Asia summit as India's Modi stays silent on Russia

The US president urged a greater effort to stop Putin's aggression.

“It's a global issue,” he told the “Quad” summit with Japan, Australia and India.


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