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Wednesday Apr 16 | Transitions Online

We Don't Know Anything About Our Future'

We are in a surreal situation. In Yalta everything seems normal, children go to kindergarten and school, we go to work, and there are no Russian soldiers.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Charter97

Occupants prepare storm of military base near Donetsk

About 100 militants, who introduced themselves as Berkut officers, ordered the Ukrainian soldiers to surrender by 13:30.

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Wed Apr 09, 2014

The Daily Star

The idea of a federal Ukraine only serves Russian hegemony

The quiet period between the declaration of war in September 1939 and the Nazi blitz against Belgium and France in May 1940 is often referred to as "The Phony War."

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Tue Apr 08, 2014

The Independent

Crimea watch: how travel guides are handling Ukraine's break-up

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Ledger-Enquirer.com

Ukraine feels nervous as big powers debate fate

People gathered near of a barricade with razor wires at the regional administration building in Donetsk, Ukraine, Monday, April 7, 2014.

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Mon Apr 07, 2014

Time

Moscow Says Bottoms Up for Crimean Wine

French actor Gerard Depardieu and Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko look at a collection of ancient bottles of wine in a cellar of a wine factory Massandra near Yalta, May 6, 2005.

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Korea Herald

[Yuliya Tymoshenko] Resisting Yalta temptation

The quiet period between the declaration of war in September 1939 and the Nazi blitz on Belgium and France in May 1940 is often called "The Phony War."

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Sun Apr 06, 2014

Customer Interaction Solutions

McDonald's Closes Its Doors in Crimea [Moscow Times (Russia)]

Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) McDonald's has suspended operations at its three restaurants in Crimea indefinitely "due to manufacturing reasons independent of McDonald's," the Ukrainian branch of the U.S. fast-food giant said.

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Transitions Online

We Don't Know Anything About Our Future'

We are in a surreal situation. In Yalta everything seems normal, children go to kindergarten and school, we go to work, and there are no Russian soldiers.

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Related Topix: World News, Ukraine

Sat Apr 05, 2014

Art Daily

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A trolleybus rides from the peninsula's main city Simferopol to the Black Sea coastal resort of Yalta, on March 28, 2014.

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The Age

McDonald's closes restaurants in Crimea

Fast good giant McDonald's closes three restaurants in Crimea citing "manufacturing reasons" and offers employees work at locations in Ukraine.

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Project Syndicate

The Yalta Temptation

The quiet period between the declaration of war in September 1939 and the Nazi blitz on Belgium and France in May 1940 is often called "The Phony War."

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Fri Apr 04, 2014

West Australian

McDonald's closes its Crimea stores

US fast food giant McDonald's said on Friday it was temporarily shutting its three stores in Crimea following the Ukrainian peninsula's annexation by Russia.

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Thu Apr 03, 2014

The Day

"We are not refugees. Refugees leave their country for another one. And the Crimea is Ukraine"

Stories of those who were forced to leave their houses, work, friends, and family on the peninsula.

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Wed Apr 02, 2014

AlertNet

Battles loom over Crimea's cultural heritage

From the 16th-century Tatar Khans' palace in Bakhchisaray to the former tsarist residence that hosted the World War Two Yalta conference, Crimea's heritage sites have become a source of bitter contention since Russia seized the region from Ukraine.

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Tue Apr 01, 2014

Christian Science Monitor

The US-Russia 'great game' over Ukraine

Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, right, delivers a speech alongside a supporter during a March 29 rally in Kiev as she prepares to run for president in the May 25 election.

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The Day

President of the Ukrainian Defense Technology Association speaks...

Ukraine lost its last warship in Crimea on March 25, as separatists captured minesweeper Cherkasy.

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Mon Mar 31, 2014

Iol.co.za

Once storied resort, Crimea tourism in doubt

A few months ago, 2014 looked like it might shape up as a decent year for Crimean tour operator Gulzade Odamanova, who even had a few dozen overseas bookings on her calendar from Germans, Poles and the occasional Italian.

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Sun Mar 30, 2014

Reuters

Ukraine's 'Chocolate King' could edge new-look Yulia for president

Gone is the trademark peasant-style hair braid, though the familiar voice and the assured, rapid-fire delivery tell you Yulia Tymoshenko is back as a political force in Ukraine.

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Sat Mar 29, 2014

The Washington Post

Crisis in Crimea? Officials say Yalta is ready for visitors.

People enjoying a walk in Yalta, Crimea, on March 29. The referendum that led to Russia's annexation of the Crimean Peninsula has dealt a wild card to the local economy, which depends on tourism as its backbone.

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