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Crimea Secession Vote: How, Why and What Next?
SIMFEROPOL, Ukraine (AP) — The Ukrainian region of Crimea votes Sunday in a hastily organized referendum to break away and join Russia, in defiance of broad condemnation from the international community, which has described the process as illegitimate.
Upstate NY girl, 5, spends day at wrong school
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (AP) — Officials at an upstate New York school district say a kindergartner spent a day at the wrong school after getting on the wrong bus.
Russian propaganda war in full swing over Ukraine
MOSCOW (AP) — This is Ukraine today, at least as seen by most Russian news media: the government is run by anti-Semitic fascists, people killed in protests were shot by opposition snipers and the West is behind it all.