Ukraine-Russia tensions: NATO warns Moscow of “high price” for military action • FRANCE 24

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#Moscow, which seized Crimea from #Ukraine in 2014 and backs separatists fighting #Kiev, has strongly denied it is plotting an attack and blames NATO for fuelling tensions. France 24 Dave Keating tells us more.

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