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US: All Options on Table in Ukraine , 2014: VOA Video News March 3, 2014.





US: All Options on Table in Ukraine
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Published on Mar 2, 2014
The crisis in Ukraine is consuming Washington's attention, with the Obama administration issuing stark warnings to Russia over its seizure of Crimea, while Ukraine mobilizes military reservists and accuses Moscow of declaring war. VOA's Michael Bowman reports.

NYT | Asian Morning Today's Headlines March 3, 2014.

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Top News
Tug of War Over Ukraine Intensifies

By STEVEN ERLANGER

Russia's security forces strengthened their hold on the Crimean peninsula, while American and European leaders warned the Kremlin of economic penalties for its actions.
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Kerry Warns Russia of Possible Eviction From G-8

By MICHAEL R. GORDON

Secretary of State John Kerry's warning came as the United States and Western allies aimed to prevent a further push by the Kremlin into Ukraine.
President Obama, in Washington on Friday, has been weighing options to respond to Russian military moves in Ukraine.

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Making Russia Pay? It's Not So Simple

By PETER BAKER

President Obama has warned Russia that "there will be costs" for a military intervention in Ukraine. But the U.S. has few options for imposing such costs, and recent history has shown that Russia has been willing to absorb any such fallout.
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NYT | Breaking News Ukraine Mobilizes Reserve Troops.

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BREAKING NEWSSunday, March 2, 2014 7:41 AM EST
Ukraine Mobilizes Reserve Troops
Russia’s move to seize control of Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula on Saturday led Ukraine to call up its military reserves on Sunday and warn Moscow against further incursions as Western powers scrambled to find a response to the crisis.
A day after the Russian Parliament granted President Vladimir V. Putin broad authority to use military force in response to the political upheaval in Ukraine that dislodged a Kremlin ally and installed a new, staunchly pro-Western government, the Ukrainian government in Kiev threatened war if Russia sent troops further into Ukraine.

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NYT | Today's Headlines March 2, 2014:Top News: Kremlin Deploys Military in Ukraine, Prompting Protest by U.S.

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Top News
Russian army vehicles in the Crimean town of Balaclava on Saturday.
Kremlin Deploys Military in Ukraine, Prompting Protest by U.S.

By ALISON SMALE and DAVID M. HERSZENHORN

As Russian forces effectively seized control of Ukraine's Crimean peninsula, the Russian Parliament granted President Vladimir V. Putin the authority he sought to use military force in response to the instability in Ukraine.
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President Obama, in Washington on Friday, has been weighing options to respond to Russian military moves in Ukraine.

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"The presence of Russian troops in Crimea now is unacceptable."
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