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Ukraine / Crisis / Klitschko Interview / Crimea #1061217

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 06, 2014
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(Kiev: Anderson Cooper) An earlier interview held with Ukrainian opposition leader Vitali Klitschko† about the crisis in Ukraine. [KLITSCHKO†- talks about the goal of political and economic stability for Ukraine.]

(Kiev: Anderson Cooper, Ben Wedeman) The situation in the Ukraine with the Ukrainian-speaking and Russian-speaking people: an underlying tension about what comes next with what could be the breakup of a country discussed. [Former CNN reporter Jill DOUGHERTY - says there could be violence if Crimea votes to align with Russia; notes Europe offered Ukraine a long-term deal without money.]

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