August 13, 2014

Is Putin's Aid Convoy a Trojan Horse?

Michael Weiss, Foreign Policy

The Associated Press

The Red Cross has no idea what 280 Russian trucks making their way to the Ukrainian border are carrying. Is Putin's "humanitarian" mission a Trojan horse?

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TAGGED: Vladimir Putin, Russia, Ukraine

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