Olesya is an ethnic Russian in Crimea. She says she loves Russia, and thinks of it as a big brother to Ukraine. "But now they are violating my rights," she says.

Olesya is an ethnic Russian in Crimea. She says she loves Russia, and thinks of it as a big brother to Ukraine. "But now they are violating my rights," she says.

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Natalia Antelava

Vadim, originally from Western Ukraine, lives in Crimea. He says he'll have to leave Crimea if it joins Russia.

Vadim, originally from Western Ukraine, lives in Crimea. He says he'll have to leave Crimea if it joins Russia.

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Natalia Antelava

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