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Complications Cloud Russia's Ukraine Ambitionsi
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April 07, 2014 5:12 PM
Pro-Russian protests in several eastern Ukraine cities over the weekend, and the takeover of a government building in one city, have heightened concerns Russia might try to take control of the region, as it took over Crimea last month. However, as VOA's Al Pessin reports, realizing any expansionist ambitions could result in significant challenges.

Complications Cloud Russia's Ukraine Ambitions

Published April 07, 2014

Pro-Russian protests in several eastern Ukraine cities over the weekend, and the takeover of a government building in one city, have heightened concerns Russia might try to take control of the region, as it took over Crimea last month. However, as VOA's Al Pessin reports, realizing any expansionist ambitions could result in significant challenges.


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