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epa04109563 Ukrainians look on a burned during protests building near of the Independence Square in Kiev, Ukraine, 04 March 2014. Russian President Vladimir Putin met with journalists at his Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow to explain his position on the Ukrainian events, saying that he sees no need to send Russian troops to Ukraine now, calling it a 'last resort.' The Russian army reportedly had occupied key sites in the autonomous region of Crimea, where a majority of the population is ethnic Russian two days earlier. Troops surrounded several small military outposts and demanded Ukrainian troops disarm. EPA/SERGEY DOLZHENK

epa04109563 Ukrainians look on a burned during protests building near of the Independence Square in Kiev, Ukraine, 04 March 2014. Russian President Vladimir Putin met with journalists at his Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow to explain his position on the Ukrainian events, saying that he sees no need to send Russian troops to Ukraine now, calling it a ‘last resort.’ The Russian army reportedly had occupied key sites in the autonomous region of Crimea, where a majority of the population is ethnic Russian two days earlier. Troops surrounded several small military outposts and demanded Ukrainian troops disarm. EPA/SERGEY DOLZHENK