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PBS NEWSHOUR

How Crimeans are reacting to move toward Moscow

  • Aired: 03/17/2014
  • 10:13
  • Rating: NR
After Sunday's referendum, Crimea's parliament dispatched a delegation to Moscow to work out details of joining Russia, reflecting the jubilation of that region's ethnic Russian majority. But not everyone in Crimea is happy about the results. Chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner talks with Judy Woodruff from Simferopol about the reactions on the ground.
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