West issues warning that Russia is moving troops to Ukraine, not far


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Militares, reservistas e civis treinam para possível invasão da Rússia em Kiev, na Ucrânia

Military, reservists and civilians train for possible Russian invasion of Kiev, Ukraine| Photo: EFE

In a rare public statement, Britain’s Defense Intelligence Chief, Jim Hockenhull said additional armored vehicles, helicopters and a field hospital were spotted moving towards Ukraine’s borders a day after Russia declared it would be withdrawing its troops.


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