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RESET: Russia’s Putin suspends plutonium cleanup accord with U.S. because of ‘unfriendly’ acts. A…

RESET: Russia’s Putin suspends plutonium cleanup accord with U.S. because of ‘unfriendly’ acts. A Kremlin spokesman said Putin had signed a decree suspending the 2010 agreement under which each side committed to destroy tonnes of weapons-grade material because Washington had not been implementing it and because of current tensions in relations. The two former Cold […]
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