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Intelligence official: Russia could have enough troops to invade Ukraine in 2-3 weeks

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A western intelligence official has told NBC News that if Russian forces continue to mass on the Ukrainian border, Russia will have enough troops to launch a full invasion within the next two to three weeks. NBC News’ Richard Engel reports from Mariupol, Ukraine.