Ukraine Minister Accuses Russia Of 'Armed Invasion' In Crimea
February 28, 2014

Via AFP:

Ukraine's ousted president Viktor Yanukovych insisted Friday he had not been overthrown as he defiantly surfaced in Russia from a week in hiding and savaged the new pro-Western powers in Kiev.

The deposed pro-Kremlin leader spoke as a new crisis erupted over what the pro-EU interim authorities branded as an "armed invasion" of Ukraine's volatile Crimean peninsula by Russian troops.

The untested new team -- made up in part of leaders of the protests that gripped Kiev for three months -- is grappling not only with separatism fears but also the risk of a devastating debt default.

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