Russia retaliated Friday for new sanctions from Washington by announcing it would seize US properties and demand a reduction in American diplomatic staff, according to reports. The Kremlin took the tit-for-tat action in the wake of the US Senate vote to slap new financial sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea over President Trump’s objections....
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