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Crimea declares independence, seeks UN recognition
Posted: Monday, March 17, 2014

Crimea declares independence, seeks UN recognition
The Republic of Crimea has addressed the UN seeking recognition as a sovereign state and called on Russia to integrate it into the Russian Federation. 96.77 percent of the Crimean population voted 'for' the integration in a referendum.

Russia's Vladimir Putin recognises Crimea as nation
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree recognising Crimea as a sovereign state, paving the way for it to be absorbed into Russia.

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Obama imposes sanctions on 7 Russians after Crimea vote
President Obama announced Monday that he is leveling new sanctions against seven Russian officials the White House says have contributed to the crisis in Ukraine.

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Putin is set to respond to Obama's sanctions of Russian officials with his own list. Several U.S. Senators and officials will be banned from visiting Russia, including Sen. Dick Durbin.

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Crimea's parliament declares independence, moves to make it real
The Crimean parliament on Monday declared the region independent of Ukraine, a first step toward the goal backed by 96% of voters during a weekend referendum: becoming part of Russia.

'Anyone with sense of fairness should accept the choice of the Crimeans'
The referendum in Crimea was well-organized, there is nothing to be said against the vote as everything was up to international standards, Aymeric Chauprade, senior foreign affairs adviser for Marine Le Pen and observer at the Crimea referendum, told RT.

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