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North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen delivers a statement to the media at the NATO headquarters in Brussels on March 2, 2014, prior to a meeting of the North Atlantic Council to discuss developments in Ukraine. NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen urged Russia on March 2 to stop its military activity and threats against Ukraine, saying Moscow's action threatened "peace and security in Europe." AFP PHOTO / GEORGES GOBETGEORGES GOBET/AFP/Getty Images
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen delivers a statement to the media at the NATO headquarters in Brussels on March 2, 2014, prior to a meeting of the North Atlantic Council to discuss developments in Ukraine. NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen urged Russia on March 2 to stop its military activity and threats against Ukraine, saying Moscow's action threatened "peace and security in Europe." AFP PHOTO / GEORGES GOBETGEORGES GOBET/AFP/Getty Images

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