Russia risks escalation of EU sanctions, German government source says

Germany is not disinclined to slap more European Union sanctions on Moscow if pro-Russian separatists make further military gains in eastern Ukraine, Bloomberg reports quoting a source familiar with German government policy.
Angela Merkel, Vladimir Putin
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