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NATO says at least 1,000 Russian troops have crossed into Ukraine; EU to discuss further sanctions at tomorrow’s European Council summit

NATO said “well over” 1,000 Russian troops are in Ukraine, releasing satellite photos of what it said were Russian self-propelled artillery units opening a new front on the Black Sea coast. Russian President Vladimir Putin has called on pro-Moscow separatist troops fighting in eastern Ukraine to open a “humanitarian...
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