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On Ukraine's bleak front line, US aid saves lives

USATODAY.com Thursday, 21 November 2019
On Ukraine's bleak front line, US aid saves livesUS-made medical equipment, night-vision devices and anti-tank missiles make a difference for Ukrainian troops fighting Kremlin-backed separatists. So President Donald Trump's decision to freeze US military aid to Ukraine made Ukrainians nervous. (Nov. 21)
 
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