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Putin says proposed new U.S. sanctions result of internal politics in U.S.

Reuters Thursday, 15 June 2017
MOSCOW (Reuters) - A new round of proposed U.S. sanctions on Russia is evidence of an internal political struggle in the United States, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday during his annual question and answer session with Russian citizens.
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On Saturday, state news agency RIA reported that Russian President Vladimir Putin said it was too early to speak about retaliation against a potential new round of sanctions the United States is considering placing on Moscow. RIA cited Putin as saying, "We need to see how it is all going to be. That...

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