The new sanctions on Russia could impact other countries, too

Published February 23, 2022 at 8:08 AM EST
A couple stands at a railway timetable in Kyiv, Ukraine on Tuesday.
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A couple stands at a railway timetable in Kyiv, Ukraine, on Tuesday. President Biden said Tuesday that Russia's decision to deploy troops to eastern Ukraine marks "the beginning of a Russian invasion."

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