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Ukraine Cuts Electricity to Crimea
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Ukraine Cuts Electricity to Crimea

Ukraine cut off electricity and train services to Crimea on Friday, moves that could raise tensions with Russia, which annexed the peninsula in March. The power cutoff is the second this week by Ukraine, which says it has electricity shortages of its own because rebels have halted shipments of coal to its power plants. The cutoff in railroad services, however, could indicate Ukraine is stepping up its pressure on the peninsula, worldbulletin reported.

 

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