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Russia masses 70 percent of forces needed for Ukrainian invasion

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U.S. officials are weighing the impact a Russian invasion of Ukraine could have Ukrainian citizens, saying up to 50,000 civilians could be hurt or killed within weeks if tensions reach a boiling point. NBC News’ Erin McLaughlin and Matt Bradley have the latest from Ukraine.