Russia Bans All U.S. Agriculture Products

According to reports, Russia has put into effect a one-year ban on beef, poultry, fruit, vegetables, and dairy imports from the U.S., EU, Canada, Australia, and Norway in response to western sanctions over the Ukrainian crisis.

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