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Ukraine-Russia crisis: What to know about the fears of war


Associated Press

BRUSSELS (AP) — A new day of high-stakes diplomacy beckons as European leaders try to reinvigorate stalled peace talks between Russia and Ukraine. In the background, Russia and NATO allies put on a show of resolve with fresh troop announcements and movements. French President Emmanuel Macron briefed Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on his meeting Monday with Russia’s leader and share details of what might be needed to avert an invasion. Macron then traveled to Berlin for talks with German and Polish leaders. Russia’s defense ministry said Tuesday that six landing ships were moving to the Black Sea for military exercises. U.S. officials have been keeping a wary eye on the vessels. Elsewhere, Denmark says that it is stepping up military readiness.

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