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Obama Calls for $1 Billion Security Fund for Europe

by WSJ Live 3:36 mins

Obama Calls for $1 Billion Security Fund for Europe

by WSJ Live 3:36 mins

President Obama proposed a new $1 billion fund to bolster European security, part of his latest attempt to reassure nervous allies that the U.S. would act if what it sees as Russian aggression in Ukraine spreads to other parts of the region. WSJ's Julian Barnes joins the News Hub with the details. Photo: Getty

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