February 6, 2014

Sochi Olympics Face Unprecedented Threat

Brian Jenkins, Global Public Square

The Associated Press

The investment Russia has made in security to protect athletes and spectators at the Winter Olympics in Sochi is unprecedented – but so is the threat.

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