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On The Scene: Elizabeth Arrott in Yalta, Crimea

The fight over Crimea’s future has pitted Russia against Ukraine.  But loyalties are not so clear cut on the multi-ethnic peninsula. In Yalta, a seaside resort on the Crimean coast where Allied leaders began redrawing the map of Europe near the end of World War II, the map may be about to change again. Pro-Russian forces have taken control across Crimea and on March 16, a referendum could help move the Ukrainian region to full Russian rule. But despite being a region on the...

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