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Ukraine Turmoil Raises Talk of Split

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Ukraine Turmoil Raises Talk of Split

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Ukraine Turmoil Raises Talk of Split

Ukraine Turmoil Raises Talk of Split

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Supporters of Ukraine opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko at a rally in Kiev.

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As Ukraine's Supreme Court prepares to address election fraud charges, opposition candidate Viktor Yushchenko tells his supporters to stay in Kiev's streets. Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, the declared winner, rallies supporters in eastern Ukraine, where local politicians are calling for a split from the central government. NPR's Emily Harris reports.

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