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Russia deploys cruise missile in apparent treaty violation

ANI News Tuesday, 14 February 2017
*Washington D.C. [U.S.], Feb. 15 (ANI): In an apparent treaty violation, Russia has deployed a cruise missile, which comes as the latest move in a string of provocations by Moscow in the early days of the Trump administration, which has called for warmer relations with the Vladimir Putin Government.*
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News video: Russia steps up provocations amid White House turmoil

Russia steps up provocations amid White House turmoil 01:38

U.S. officials say Russia has deployed a type of cruise missile specifically banned in a 1987 treaty, as well as buzzing a U.S. Navy ship with a fighter jet. As David Martin reports, President Trump's wish for better relations with Russia are being put to the test.

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