30 March 2000 SIMFEROPOL-The upcoming referendum in Ukraine could have a dramatic effect on dynamics of power throughout the country and nowhere is that more true than in Crimea, the Black Sea peninsula in southeastern Ukraine, once a favored vacation resort for Soviet bigwigs. Crimea, which Niktia Krushchev handed over to the Ukrainian Socialist Soviet […]

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