Crisis May Further Divide Eastern Ukraine In eastern Ukraine, political leaders appear to be backing away from the notion of breaking up the country. One referendum on increased autonomy for the industrial Donyetsk region that had been scheduled for this weekend is now postponed. NPR's Emily Harris reports.
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Crisis May Further Divide Eastern Ukraine

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Crisis May Further Divide Eastern Ukraine

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In eastern Ukraine, political leaders appear to be backing away from the notion of breaking up the country. One referendum on increased autonomy for the industrial Donyetsk region that had been scheduled for this weekend is now postponed. NPR's Emily Harris reports.