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Russia Should Face More Costs If Ukraine Crisis Escalates, Britain's Miliband Says

Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Ed Miliband gestures during a speech on health at a campaign event in Leeds, northern England, April 23, 2015.

LONDON — The West should step up sanctions on Russia if the Kremlin shows further aggression in Ukraine, British opposition Labour leader Ed Miliband said Friday.

Miliband, whose Labour Party is neck and neck with Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives ahead of the May 7 election, said the European Union had been too slow to impose sanctions on Russia.

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