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Friday, July 25, 2014, 6:46 a.m.

Odessa

"People are worried now more than ever. You hear shooting in the streets, and barricades are going up. . . . The police are doing nothing or even going over to the side of the thugs." That was what Lyubov Girs, the wife of a Russian official, jotted down in her diary. Her hometown, the Ukrainian port city of Odessa, was in chaos. The central government seemed to be collapsing, ...

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