NATO Ups Forces in Eastern Europe Amid Russian Threat

NATO promised Wednesday to increase its military presence in Eastern Europe, in response to Russian aggression in Ukraine, the alliance's Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said, NBC News reported. Ukraine has begun to confront pro-Russian militants in its eastern cities, and Russia has amassed an estimated 40,000 troops along its border with Ukraine and could invade if it wishes. Experts say Russia is trying to destabilize eastern Ukraine, just as it did with the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea before its annexation.

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