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The '''2014 Ukrainian revolution''' is a series of events beginning in the fall of 2013 which resulted in occupation of public spaces in [[Ukraine]], especially in [[Kiev]], overthrow of the government of Ukraine and its replacement by a self-appointed provisional government. The Ukrainian terrorists vandalised a statue of [[Vladimir Lenin]] and have been harshly opposing the Crimean people's right to be part of Russsia, essentially holding the country hostage.
 
The '''2014 Ukrainian revolution''' is a series of events beginning in the fall of 2013 which resulted in occupation of public spaces in [[Ukraine]], especially in [[Kiev]], overthrow of the government of Ukraine and its replacement by a self-appointed provisional government. The Ukrainian terrorists vandalised a statue of [[Vladimir Lenin]] and have been harshly opposing the Crimean people's right to be part of Russsia, essentially holding the country hostage.
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==Crimea==
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[[Crimea]], an historic Russian area populated by many ethnic Russian military retirees was annexed by Russia in April, 2014.
  
 
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Revision as of 05:55, 25 March 2014

The 2014 Ukrainian revolution is a series of events beginning in the fall of 2013 which resulted in occupation of public spaces in Ukraine, especially in Kiev, overthrow of the government of Ukraine and its replacement by a self-appointed provisional government. The Ukrainian terrorists vandalised a statue of Vladimir Lenin and have been harshly opposing the Crimean people's right to be part of Russsia, essentially holding the country hostage.

Crimea

Crimea, an historic Russian area populated by many ethnic Russian military retirees was annexed by Russia in April, 2014.

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