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With All Eyes On The East, A Seige Mentality Settles On Kiev
As the Crimean referendum approaches and Russia conducts military maneuvers near the border, many in Kiev say they feel under siege. They're convinced that Russian ambitions extend beyond Crimea.
Two Days Before Secession Vote, Crimea Is Starkly Divided
With Sunday's referendum in Crimea fast approaching, people there are split into two sharply divided camps. Both are convinced that their side is right.
The Poorest In Caracas Stay Reluctant To Join Venezuelan Protests
Protests are still roiling Venezuela after a month, but the opposition is having trouble attracting demonstrators from poor neighborhoods. The protests continue to struggle to find broader support.
Kurdish Ambitions Get A Rude Awakening From Baghdad
A flashy hotel just opened in Iraqi Kurdistan, reflecting the region's ambitions. But the Arab-led government in Baghdad has given the region an economic jolt, putting its outsized dreams in doubt.
A Fond Farewell For The Voice That Welcomed Viewers To Theaters
Voiceover artist Hal Douglas died recently at age 89. Filmmaker Casimir Nozkowski discusses the life and work of the prolific speaker, who narrated thousands of movie trailers in a gravelly baritone.
Rapper, Mother, Superstar: Ana Tijoux Finds Her Words
In her latest album, French-Chilean rapper Ana Tijoux finds inspiration in the birth of her child and the complexities of womanhood. She shares her thoughts on making music that's universal.
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