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U.S. Joins in Questioning Ukrainian Election

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U.S. Joins in Questioning Ukrainian Election

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U.S. Joins in Questioning Ukrainian Election

U.S. Joins in Questioning Ukrainian Election

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In Kiev, thousands of protesters gathered for a third day.

A supporter of opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko waves campaign flags and shouts slogans during a rally in central Kiev. hide caption

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The White House says it is concerned about "extensive and credible evidence of fraud" in the Ukrainian election. The political crisis brought on by Sunday's disputed runoff election shows no sign of abating. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and NPR's Lawrence Sheets.

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