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Rage in Europe over Atrocities in Afghanistan and Butcha
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11:38 - 13:34 (01:56)

The recent events in Afghanistan and Butcha angered many Europeans who felt outraged by the horrific killings of civilians and the American retreat from Afghanistan which showed divisions between NATO allies. The European Union, consisting of 27 members with different agendas, found it difficult to unify on these issues.

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