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US President Joe Biden calls Vladimir Putin a 'butcher' while meeting refugees

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Whilst visiting refugees from Ukraine in Warsaw, Poland, United States President Joe Biden calls Russia's Vladimir Putin "a butcher". SOUNDBITE

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