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Vladimir Putin broke his silence on Russian troops invading Ukraine and Crimea, but the White House says little was true.
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Anderson Cooper speaks with Senator Marco Rubio about the situation in Ukraine and the Obama Administration's response.
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Vice News Reporter Simon Ostrovsky gets close to troops on the ground in Crimea.
CNN's Jim Acosta takes a closer look at Vladimir Putin's words and how they relate to Russia's actions.
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