Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Crisis In Ukraine -- News Updates April 8, 2014

Ukraine Moves To Assert Control In East -- Wall Street Journal

Russia Warns That Use of Force Could Plunge Country into Civil War

Ukrainian police on Tuesday regained control of a government building occupied by pro-Russian separatists in one volatile eastern city, while similar protests in another appeared to be slipping into disarray.

As the new government in Kiev sought to demonstrate its authority, Russia warned that the use of force to dislodge demonstrators who had taken over government offices in eastern Ukraine could plunge the country into civil war.

Ukrainian officials and others have accused Russia of instigating the protests that began Sunday in Donetsk, Kharkiv and Luhansk, suggesting that their powerful neighbor is trying to orchestrate a takeover similar to its incursion and annexation of Crimea.

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More News On The Crisis In Ukraine

Live News on Ukraine -- Reuters
Ukraine turmoil LIVE UPDATES -- RT

Ukrainian Troops Move to Reassert Control in East -- New York Times
Ukraine Mounts Security Push as Russia Warns on Civil War -- Bloomberg
Major Operation against Protesters Underway in Kharkiv -- RIA Novsoti
Ukraine Clamps Down in Kharkiv as Kerry Says Russia Sows Unrest -- Bloomberg Businessweek
Kiev cracks down on eastern Ukraine after 2 regions proclaim independence -- RT
Pro-Russian demonstrators loot Ukraine buildings as lawmakers brawl in Parliament -- FOX News
Report: 60 people taken hostage in eastern Ukraine -- AP
Ukraine says separatists hold hostages; activists deny charge -- Reuters
Ukraine's defiant armed separatists prepare for long siege -- Reuters
We want out of Ukraine: Donetsk protesters dig in at government building -- CNN
East Ukraine city faces separatist split -- AFP
Russia warns of civil war if Ukraine uses force to quell eastern revolts -- CNN
Ukraine Could Be Plunged into Civil War, Warns Russia -- Wall Street Journal
Russian FM calls on Kiev, Washington to recognize interests of all Ukraine regions -- RT
Ukraine feels nervous as big powers debate fate -- AP

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