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Ukraine / Crisis / US-Russia Relations #1061134

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 04, 2014
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The faceoff between the US and Russia in the chess game over Ukraine introduced; map shown.

(Simferopol, Ukraine: Terry Moran) The crisis in Ukraine featured; scenes shown of Ukrainian troops in Crimea confronting the Russians before withdrawing; details given of criticisms of Ukraine and the US from Russian President Vladimir Putin. [In Kiev, Secretary of State John KERRY - praises the call for freedom.] ["The New Republic" editor Julia JOFFE†- characterizes Putin, the Soviet/Russian.]

(Studio: Diane Sawyer; Paris: Martha Raddatz) How Putin, the bully, negotiates and wants Crimea, Kerry's hopes to get this settled &, how the US may let Putin have Crimea rather than go to war discussed.

(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The impact of the uncertainty in Ukraine on the stock market noted.

Sawyer, Diane;
Moran, Terry;
Raddatz, Martha

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