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Russian navy put on high alert off Ukraine coast - sources

Firstpost Friday, 15 June 2018
By Anton Zverev MOSCOW (Reuters) - Sources close to the Russian military said on Thursday that Russian naval forces in the Black Sea had been put on heightened alert to discourage Ukraine from trying to disrupt the soccer World Cup as the tournament got under way.

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