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Mood remains dark in Crimea as Russian convoy enters base

The mood was dark on Saturday in Ukraine's Crimea. A convoy of about 50 unmarked Russian trucks drove into a base near the provincial capital Simferopol. Russian forces in unmarked uniforms have surrounded Ukrainian bases in the peninsula since seizing the area last week. Crimea's pro-Russian separatist leadership has declared the area a part of Russia. It's ordered Ukrainain soldiers loyal to the government newly formed last month to surrender. In Moscow, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Russia is ready for dialogue with Ukraine. But, he complained that the government in the capital Kiev is led by radicals supported by the West. (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) RUSSIA'S MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS SERGEI LAVROV, SAYING: "This conflict is of an inner-Ukrainian nature, inspired from outside, and not from our side. The temporary government, as you called it, is not independent. Unfortunately, it depends on radical nationalists, who took pow

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