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UK says some progress made in talks on Ukraine

A tense stand-off continues across Ukraine's Crimea region. Pro-Russian forces remain in control. Here the United Nations special envoy in Crimea is surrounded by a pro-Russian crowd, besieged inside a cafe and threatened. He was forced to get back on his plane and leave the country. On Wednesday, foreign ministers from the UK, Germany, France and the US attended talks in Paris to find a resolution to the crisis. But British Foreign Minister William Hague said the meeting was difficult and more discussions were needed. (SOUNDBITE)(English) BRITISH FOREIGN SECRETARY, WILLIAM HAGUE, SAYING: "We have to remember of course that the situation on the ground remains the same, remains tense, remains very dangerous so this remains very urgent work and it remains clear that if these issues cannot be resolved, there must be and there will be costs and consequences for Russia, of having taken this action and having violated the independence and sovereignty

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