Aug 02, 2015

Crimea crisis: With no orders from Kiev, Ukraine's besieged forces are starting to feel let down - Europe - World - The Independent

The headquarters were surrounded again, by a far larger contingent than before. Some of the separatists wore mismatched uniforms and carried Kalashnikovs; all wore the red, white and blue emblem of the newly formed Crimean army bearing the motto “Prosperity Lies in Unity”.

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