Putin allies hit with sanctions: Moscow continues to boost its military presence in Crimea region
WASHINGTON/MOSCOW — U.S. President Barack Obama raised the stakes in an East-West confrontation over Crimea on Thursday by targeting some of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s closest long-time political and business allies with personal sanctions.
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