Europe has just concluded one of the world's largest elections, with 350 million eligible voters across 28 countries choosing members of the European Parliament. The body oversees trade deals, funds European defense and regulates the European economy. The election revealed that Europe’s long-dominant centrist parties are losing ground. Nick Schifrin reports on a fragmented and polarized Europe.
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