Chaos continued in eastern Ukraine, with pro-Russia militants seizing armored vehicles and parading them through Slaviansk, a town controlled by insurgents.
The White House expressed "grave concern" over Putin's support for pro-Russian militia in eastern Ukraine, after Obama and the Russian leader spoke Monday.
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NATO urged Russia Friday to pull back its troops from Ukraine's border. New satellite pictures reveal an estimated 40,000 Russian troops gathered there.
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