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  1. Change of leadership in Crimea means property grabRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2014 | Deseret News

    In this photo taken on Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014, a warehouse full of movie set props. Yalta Film Studios is one of dozens of businesses to be forcibly taken over this year since Crimea's new pro-Moscow leaders came to power in March.

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  2. In Crimea now under Russia, change of leaders, nationhood means large-scale grab for propertyRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2014 | Fox News

    One day in October, a dozen armed men in masks drove up to the gates of Yalta Film Studios. They weren't actors, and this was no make-believe.

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  3. Change of leadership in Crimea means property grabRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2014 | The Washington Post

    One day in October, a dozen armed men in masks drove up to the gates of Yalta Film Studios. They weren't actors, and this was no make-believe.

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  4. "If a diplomat does not know his country, what and whom can he represent?"Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2014 | The Day

    DEN'S EDITOR-IN-CHIEF LARYSA IVSHYNA PRESENTED MYKOLA KULINYCH WITH OUR NEW BOOKS. THE SHEER SCOPE OF THESE PROJECTS SURPRISED HIM.

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  5. Washington's Frozen War Against RussiaRead the original story

    Dec 9, 2014 | Counterpunch

    HOW DID ABORTION RIGHTS COME TO THIS? - Carol Hanisch charts how the right to an abortion began to erode shortly after the Roe v. Wade decision; Uber vs. the Cabbies: Ben Terrall reports on the threats posed by private car services; Remembering August 1914: Binoy Kampmark on the enduring legacy of World War I; Medical Marijuana: a Personal Odyssey: Doug Valentine goes in search of medicinal pot and a good vaporizer; Nostalgia for Socialism: Lee Ballinger surveys the longing in eastern Europe for the material guarantees of socialism.

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  6. NATO warned about 'wrongly assessing' Russian policyRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 11, 2014 | B92

    Russia "does not want Ukraine to be split up," NATO intelligence officials say, according to the Russian media outlet RT. RT said it was quoting a report in the German magazine Der Spiegel written by intelligence officers from several NATO countries.

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  7. UEFA bans Crimean clubs from playing in Russian leagueRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 5, 2014 | World Soccer

    Ukraine's fans wave national flags before an international friendly soccer match against the U.S. in Larnaca, March 5, 2014. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis Picture Supplied by Action Images UEFA's statutes bar clubs from switching countries without agreement from both all parties, but Russia insists that three clubs from the region - TSK Simferopol, SKChF Sevastopol and Zhemchuzhina Yalta - are all new entities and unconnected with the old teams that played in the Ukrainian league.

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  8. UEFA bars Crimean clubs from Russian competitionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2014 | USA Today

    UEFA has barred football clubs in the disputed Crimea region from playing in competitions organized by the Russian Football Union. Three Crimean clubs - SKChF Sevastopol, Tavria Simferopol and Zhemchuzhina Yalta - have played this season in the Russian third-tier league, which is currently in a midwinter break.

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  9. UEFA bans Crimea clubs from Russian competitionsRead the original story

    Dec 4, 2014 | Yahoo!

    Crimean football clubs were on Thursday banned by UEFA from taking part in Russian competitions starting from January 1, the governing body's secretary general Gianni Infantino announced. UEFA vice-president Grigoriy Surkis, who is also an honorary president of the Ukrainian Football Federation , said in a television interview that "the verdict shows that UEFA really cares about the development of football across the entire European continent."

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  10. UEFA bars Crimean soccer clubs from playing in Russian competitionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2014 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    UEFA has barred football clubs in the disputed Crimea region from playing in competitions organized by the Russian Football Union. Three Crimean clubs - SKChF Sevastopol, Tavria Simferopol and Zhemchuzhina Yalta - have played this season in the Russian third-tier league, which is currently in a midwinter break.

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  11. Change of leadership in Crimea means property grabRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2014 | KHQ-TV Spokane

    In this photo taken on Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014, a warehouse full of movie set props. Yalta Film Studios is one of dozens of businesses to be forcibly taken over this year since Crimea's new pro-Moscow leaders cam... .

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  12. Crimea change of leadership means property grabRead the original story

    Dec 2, 2014 | Washington Times

    One day in October, a dozen armed men in masks drove up to the gates of Yalta Film Studios. They weren't actors, and this was no make-believe.

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  13. World in Brief for Tuesday, December 2, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2014 | Daily-Jeff.com

    One day in October, a dozen armed men in masks drove up to the gates of Yalta Film Studios. They weren't actors, and this was no make-believe.

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  14. In Crimea now under Russia, change of leaders, nationhood means large-scale grab for propertyRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2014 | Nanaimo Daily News

    One day in October, a dozen armed men in masks drove up to the gates of Yalta Film Studios. They weren't actors, and this was no make-believe.

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  15. AP News in Brief at 5:58 a.m. ESTRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2014 | The Miami Herald

    One day in October, a dozen armed men in masks drove up to the gates of Yalta Film Studios. They weren't actors, and this was no make-believe.

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  16. Inside 'prison cell' Crimea after Russian invasionRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 27, 2014 | Daily Mail

    Teenagers murdered, women hounded on the street and money so tight even the strippers can't get paid: Inside 'prison cell' Crimea after Russian invasion Murdered for speaking their mother tongue, kidnapped for their religion, harassed for daring to question Vladimir Putin - and money so tight even the strippers can't get paid: welcome to the tourist jewel of Crimea almost nine months on from Russia's military annexation. The Black Sea peninsula has some of the most stunning mountain and sea scenery in Europe yet has suffered a catastrophic summer after the Moscow invasion in February.

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  17. Teenagers murdered, grannies hounded on the street and money so...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 27, 2014 | Daily Mail

    Teenagers murdered, women hounded on the street and money so tight even the strippers can't get paid: Inside 'prison cell' Crimea after Russian invasion Murdered for speaking their mother tongue, kidnapped for their religion, harassed for daring to question Vladimir Putin - and money so tight even the strippers can't get paid: welcome to the tourist jewel of Crimea almost nine months on from Russia's military annexation. The Black Sea peninsula has some of the most stunning mountain and sea scenery in Europe yet has suffered a catastrophic summer after the Moscow invasion in February.

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  18. EU condemns Russia-Abkhazia agreementRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 11, 2014 | B92

    Federica Mogherini has condemned the agreement signed by representatives of Russia and the leaders of the breakaway Georgian region of Abkhazia. Russian President Vladimir Putin and leader of Abkhazia Raul Khadzhimba meet in the Bocharov Ruchei residence in Sochi, RF , "The signing of the so-called pact on alliance and strategic partnership between Russia and Abkhazia hinders the efforts to stabilize the security situation in the region," the EU foreign policy chief said in a statement.

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  19. NATO chief: Serbia decides on its alliancesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 11, 2014 | B92

    Serbia is "a sovereign country that makes its own decisions on cooperation with other countries," NATO's secretary general has said. Jens Stoltenberg said that the military alliance's cooperation with Serbia and other countries of the Western Balkans is "of great importance" and expressed "readiness for further development and improvement of such cooperation."

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  20. Duma speaker: EU is rude towards SerbiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 11, 2014 | B92

    Duma Speaker Sergei Naryshkin said on Monday that an EU official's statement that Serbia must to join the sanctions against Russia was 'rude and caddish.' 'Just several days ago we heard a rude and, I should say, a caddish statement from one of the EU high-ranking officials in regard to the independent sovereign state of Serbia," ' the Russian official told an international conference in Astana, Kazakhstan, and added: "It was stated so: you should join the so-called anti-Russian sanctions or otherwise there is no place for you in the European Union," the Russian official told an international conference in Astana, Kazakhstan.

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