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    Ukraine's Protest Movement Fueled by Social Mediai
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    Daniel Schearf
    March 15, 2014 3:12 PM
    Ukraine's domestic political crisis has been overshadowed by Russia's moves on Crimea. But the social media that fueled anti-government protests are still active. VOA's Daniel Schearf has more from Kyiv.

    Ukraine's Protest Movement Fueled by Social Media

    Daniel Schearf

    Published March 15, 2014

    Ukraine's domestic political crisis has been overshadowed by Russia's moves on Crimea. But the social media that fueled anti-government protests are still active. VOA's Daniel Schearf has more from Kyiv.


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