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US warns Russia to end its Ukraine 'aggression'

The United States on Tuesday marked the third anniversary of a deal that ought to have ended the war in Ukraine by demanding Russia end its "aggression" and give up Crimea. And the State Department warned that US sanctions imposed on Russia to punish its intervention in its neighbor will remain in place until Ukraine's sovereignty is restored. In a statement, spokeswoman Heather Nauert accused Moscow of "stoking a hot conflict in Ukraine that has cost over 10,000 lives, including more than 2,500 civilians.
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