Michael Birnbaum

Washington Post

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Moscow Bureau Chief for the Washington Post

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Once again, Russia has surprised its neighbor Ukraine — this time with a mile-long convoy of 280 trucks that left Moscow today.

Massive Russian Aid Convoy Heads for Rebel-Held Ukraine

Once again, Russia has surprised its neighbor Ukraine — this time with a mile-long convoy of 280 trucks that left Moscow today.

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