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NATO summit: Joe Biden says US boosting forces across Europe over Russian threat

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NATO summit: Joe Biden says US boosting forces across Europe over Russian threat

NATO summit: Joe Biden says US boosting forces across Europe over Russian threat

The US president told alliance leaders in Madrid that Washington will enhance its "force posture in Europe", with additional air, sea and land resources.


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