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Obama Warns Against Russian Intervention in Ukrainei
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March 01, 2014 5:59 AM
As Ukrainian leaders accused Russia of carrying out an armed invasion in the Crimea region, U.S. President Barack Obama warned Moscow not to intervene militarily. VOA's Mark Snowiss reports.

Obama Warns Against Russian Intervention in Ukraine

Published March 01, 2014

As Ukrainian leaders accused Russia of carrying out an armed invasion in the Crimea region, U.S. President Barack Obama warned Moscow not to intervene militarily. VOA's Mark Snowiss reports.


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