The spark for a wider war? Why Americans should care about Russia's aggression against Ukraine

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Russia and Ukraine: Why Americans should care about conflict

WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden warned his Russian counterpart Saturday that an invasion of Ukraine would cause “widespread human suffering,” as the U.S. and its allies scrambled to stave off a possible war in Europe. 

Biden’s remarks, made in a phone call with Vladimir Putin amid fears that a Russian attack on its neighbor is imminent, offered a grim assessment of what U.S. officials believe could be the most consequential military conflict since World War II.

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