Sep 28, 2015

Obama, Putin to Confront Tensions on Syria, Ukraine - ABC News

Face-to-face for the first time in nearly a year, President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday will confront rising tensions over Moscow's military engagement in Syria, as well as the stubborn crisis in Ukraine. Underscoring their deep differences, the U.S. and...

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