NATO seeing some movement of Russian troops near Ukraine border

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May. 22, 2014 18:34
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Ukrainian soldiers ride on truck on the road from Izyum to Slavyansk on May 19, 2014. The United States said on May 19, 2014 it needed "firm evidence" that Russia was withdrawing its forces from the borders of Ukraine, following President Vladimir Putin' order for his forces to pull back.
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NATO Supreme Allied Commander in Europe General Philip Breedlove said the alliance is seeing "some movement" of Russian troops on the Ukraine border, but its significance is unclear.

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