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Putin's Russia Celebrates Taking Crimea

America may move troops to region for support.
03/18/2014

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and a battle cry from Russian president Vladimir Putin. A scathing report about Ukraine. ABC's global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz, on the Russians talking tough tonight. Reporter: Tonight,... See More
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