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Afghanistan turmoil

US 'clearly' has less appetite for foreign intervention: UK's Raab

British foreign secretary grilled in Parliament as EU countries brace for refugees

Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab walks outside the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office in London on Sept. 1.   © Reuters

LONDON/BRUSSELS -- Domestic support for military intervention has "fallen away" in the U.S., said British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab on Wednesday.

There was some "wishful thinking" in some quarters internationally that the Biden administration would change their policy around Afghanistan, the top diplomat said.

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