A day after Russian President Vladimir Putin reportedly promised that the Kremlin would withdraw some troops from near the border with Ukraine, the head of NATO says he’s seen no movement as yet.
Read original article – Published April 01, 201410:37 AM
NATO Chief: No Sign Russian Troops Leaving Ukraine Border
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