President Barack Obama on Thursday expanded U.S. economic sanctions against Moscow over its actions in Ukraine, targeting President Vladimir Putin's chief of staff and 19 other individuals as well as a Russian bank that provides them support. Those named in the sanctions nclude Arkady Rotenberg lifelong Putin friend whose company has amassed billions of dollars in government contracts.
President Barack Obama on Thursday expanded U.S. economic sanctions against Moscow over its actions in Ukraine, targeting President Vladimir Putin's chief of staff and 19 other individuals as well as a Russian bank that provides them support. Those named in the sanctions nclude Arkady Rotenberg lifelong Putin friend whose company has amassed billions of dollars in government contracts. AP
President Barack Obama on Thursday expanded U.S. economic sanctions against Moscow over its actions in Ukraine, targeting President Vladimir Putin's chief of staff and 19 other individuals as well as a Russian bank that provides them support. Those named in the sanctions nclude Arkady Rotenberg lifelong Putin friend whose company has amassed billions of dollars in government contracts. AP

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