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    Crimea is Touchstone for Russians, Ukrainiansi
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    Al Pessin
    March 25, 2014 5:36 PM
    As Russia’s annexation of Crimea played out in recent weeks, Ukrainians and Russians elsewhere shared in the drama and controversy - largely but not entirely along ethnic lines. VOA’s Al Pessin reports from London on how Russians and Ukrainians there are reacting to the change.

    Crimea is Touchstone for Russians, Ukrainians

    Al Pessin

    Published March 25, 2014

    As Russia’s annexation of Crimea played out in recent weeks, Ukrainians and Russians elsewhere shared in the drama and controversy - largely but not entirely along ethnic lines. VOA’s Al Pessin reports from London on how Russians and Ukrainians there are reacting to the change.


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