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News: Crimea may mull breaking away from Ukraine

The head of the Crimean parliament, Vladimir Konstantinov, has not ruled out that Ukraine’s southern territory may break away from the conflict-ridden nation if the political crisis spirals further out of control.

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Voice of Russia (Date:02/20/2014 03:50)

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