Putin warned Russian President Vladimir Putin to call off the thousands of Russian troops that have amassed at the Ukrainian border. (AFP/Ria Novosti/Alexey Druzhinin)
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Australia's prime minister dubbed Russia "a bully" and threatened stronger sanctions against the country Friday following Russia's ban on most Western food imports.Russia's government Thursday banned most food imports from the West, including the U.S., European Union and Australia, as retaliation against sanctions related to the crisis in Ukraine.Prime Minister Tony Abbott said the ban would have a relatively small impact on his country, which last year exported about 400 million Australian dollars ($370 million) of agricultural products to Russia -- roughly 1 percent of its total agriculture exports.
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