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News: Crimean volunteers sworn in to build region's own army

Crimea's pro-Russian authorities are reported to be swearing in volunteer soldiers in a bid to boost the breakaway region's claim for independence from Ukraine. According to Crimea's PM Sergei Aksyonov, 186 volunteers have already vowed to "defend the people of Crimea." They have joined the ranks of some 1,500-strong self-defense forces that the premier described as the re...

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Voice of Russia (Date:03/11/2014 04:12)

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