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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the fighting in Ukraine re-introduced; CNN exclusive scenes shown from Kiev of fires, explosions and shootings; details given about a declared truce. [President OBAMA - says the US will monitor the situation and there will be consequences.] [CNN's Phil BLACK- shows homemade artillery.] [Ukraine minister of foreign affairs Leonid KOZHARA- comments on the protests.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Nick Paton Walsh and Jim Acosta and former CNN reporter Jill Dougherty about the uprising in Kiev; scenes shown from Kiev of the fireworks. [WALSH - reviews the situation in Kiev and the split between West and East in the country.] [From Mexico, ACOSTA - reviews what President Obama said about Ukraine with a warning to the government.] [DOUGHERTY - comments on the role of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who wants to keep Ukraine as part of some kind of union and on the East-West division within Ukraine.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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