Putin, Obama Trade ‘Cold Stares’; Putin Says Strikes Possible on NATO Sites Threatening Russia

November 21, 2016
US President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin had a tense meeting on the margins of the APEC summit in Lima, November 21, 2016. Photo by Getty Images

LIVE UPDATES: Putin and Obama traded ‘cold stares’ as they met on the margins of the APEC meeting in Lima. Putin said strikes were ‘permissible’ on NATO sites that ‘threaten Russia’.

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