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Fear Is in the Air Among Crimean Tatars

At first glance, the village of Fontany 5 exudes a sleepy suburban calm. But below the surface of this Crimean Tatar settlement of about 500 people, there is fear.

 Russian troops are stationed just a few kilometers away on the streets of the Crimean capital, Simferopol. And rumors are in the air of looming attacks against Tatars.

 Mudasir Kafodar, a 55-year-old ethnic Tatar, holds his young granddaughter in the garden of his two-story stone house as his other six grandchildren...

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