Jun 08, 2015

THE LATEST: Obama says G-7 studying more sanctions on Russia

ELMAU, Germany (AP) — 5:27 p.m. (1527GMT; 12:27 a.m. EDT) President Barack Obama has told a news conference before returning to Washington that G-7 leaders had discussed additional steps they could take if Russia were to "double-down" on aggression inside Ukraine. He says those discussions have been taking place "at a technical level, not yet at a political level," and said the first step was for...

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