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What Real Russians Think About Ukraine Crisis

Around 700 miles from Crimea, Moscow residents ponder the impact its annexation will have on their lives. NBC News’ Albina Kovalyova reports.
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Vera Alekseyevna Solyankina, 80, used to work as a teacher, and later, on her pension, made up for a shortage of money by delivering mail. She thinks that Russia's acceptance of Crimea is the right decision but thinks Russia needs a unifying idea to keep the country strong.for NBC News