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U.S., Russia Try to Repair Decades of Distrust to Protect Each Other from Common Threats

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

Mutual distrust between the U.S. and Russia is threatening to jeopardize cooperation between the FBI and Russia’s Federal Security Service, the Washington Post reports.

Cooperation over security threats is guarded and restrained, making it difficult for the two countries to share information about mutual safety concerns.

The Boston Marathon bombing has prompted officials from both countries to try and mend the relationship, according to the Post.

“This tragedy should motivate us to work closer together,” said Russian President Vladimir Putin at a news conference late last month. “If we combine our efforts, we will not suffer blows like that.”

President Obama made similar statements earlier.


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