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The U.S. Embassy in Ukraine issued a warning about “unusual Russian military activity” near the nation’s border and Crimea. On Wednesday, the embassy told U.S. citizens not to travel to Crimea over “abuses by Russian occupation authorities, in the eastern parts of the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts due to armed conflict” amid “concerning reports” abnormal Russian military activity near the border area. “U.S. citizens are reminded the security conditions along the border may change with little or no notice,” the statement said. “Please check our website and social media pages for additional information.” There have been fears that Russian might be planning to invade another portion of Ukraine, similar to when it invaded the Crimean Peninsula in 2014. Brig. Gen. Kyrylo Budanov, head of Ukraine’s defense intelligence agency, said about a week ago that Russia has about 92,000 troops amassed near the border, according to the Military Times. If Russia …