West Increases Pressure on Putin, Including Sanctions on Reputed Girlfriend
11 days ago - By NY Times
The Russian leader was challenged by the prospect of an enlarged NATO, plans to get Ukrainian grain exports past a Kremlin blockade, and sanctions on his purported mistress.
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