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Crimean Tatar banner (left) beside the Ukrainian national flag. (Photo: John MacLeod)
Halya Coynash
16 May 14
Mustafa Jemilev unbowed by decades of Soviet, now Russian, repression.
Oleg Shynkarenko
16 May 14
Experts and intelligence service track complex arrangements that keep funds flowing to pro-Russian movement.
Pro-Russian separatist militants fill sand bags to reinforce a checkpoint on April 24, 2014 in Slovyansk, Ukraine. (Photo: Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images)
Halya Coynash
15 May 14
European governments fiddle as peace talks falter over Moscow's demands for inclusion of east Ukraine militants.
People cast ballots at a polling station on May 11, 2014 in Hartsizk, Ukraine. (Photo: Brendan Hoffman/Getty Images)
Halya Coynash
12 May 14
As the West looks on and frets, the Russian media narrative is all about a legitimate vote.
Although Kiev is far removed from the trouble in eastern Ukraine, many residents are quietly preparing for the worst. (Photo: John MacLeod)
Anya Tsukanova
7 May 14
Although unrest has been focused on eastern Ukraine in recent weeks, some in the capital live in fear of imminent conflict.
Espreso TV
2 May 14
Halya Coynash
2 May 14
Mustafa Jemilev stopped at Moscow airport and prevented from travelling to Crimea.

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