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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 05, 2014
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(Kiev: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on new developments in the crisis in Ukraine introduced; scenes shown from Kiev, still an active site for protesters and of shrines in Independence Square; a clash between pro- and anti-Russian demonstrators, the cornering of U.N. envoy Robert Serry in Crimea by armed gunmen, the Russian navy. [With CNN, Ukrainian Prime Minister Anseniy TAYSENYUK†- tells Russia not to invade Ukraine.] [Russian Prime Minister Sergey LAVROV†- {thru translator} says it is self-defense forces.] [Secretary of State John KERRY - says Russia made the wrong choice by moving in troops.]

(Kiev: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jim Sciutto) The last-minute decision by Russian President Vladimir Putin to send in troops and what officials are saying about Russia discussed. [Former CIA agent Bob BAER - says there was a failure of US intelligence in not foreseeing the invasion; notes in the '90s we closed down intelligence in Russia.]

(Kiev: Anderson Cooper; Crimea: Ben Wedeman) What is happening in the standoff in Crimea at military installations and how normal life appears to be except at the bases discussed.

(Kiev: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former CNN reporter Jill Dougherty and former Secretary of Energy Bill Richardson about the crisis in Ukraine. [RICHARDSON - comments on the diplomatic efforts to defuse tensions and what needs to be done to put the pressure on him; states Lavrov is a tough negotiator.] [DOUGHERTY - questions Richardson about Putin; states the Russians refuse to talk to the new Ukrainian regime.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Sciutto, Jim;
Wedeman, Ben

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