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Sharp divisions on show as Russia plans hasty annexation votes in Ukraine

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“They have to leave. No one wants them here,” insisted Olena, living in Kyiv after being displaced from the Kherson region. In Luhansk however, some people were strongly opposed to that view. “We think that the collapse of the Soviet Union was a mistake,” said one resident.