A boy walks in front of a WWII monument during a ceremony marking the Victory Day in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on May 9, 2014. (AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY)
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NATO's head on Friday condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to Crimea and said the military alliance has seen no evidence Moscow has pulled its troops back from Ukraine's border.NATO's Rasmussen also confirmed the Western defence alliance still saw nothing to indicate that Putin was withdrawing Russian troops massed along Ukraine's eastern border.The Russian leader announced the pullback on Wednesday, but both the Whitehouse and NATO say they have seen no evidence the estimated 40,000 troops have dispersed.
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