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    March 07, 2014 10:30 AM
    Witnesses and Western analysts say thousands of Russian military personnel crossed into Crimea since last week, setting off a groundswell of Western condemnation against Russian President Vladimir Putin, and warnings of stiff penalties if Moscow fails to withdraw. VOA's Elizabeth Arrott reports.

    Crimean Referendum Stirs Passions

    Published March 07, 2014

    Witnesses and Western analysts say thousands of Russian military personnel crossed into Crimea since last week, setting off a groundswell of Western condemnation against Russian President Vladimir Putin, and warnings of stiff penalties if Moscow fails to withdraw. VOA's Elizabeth Arrott reports.


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