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May 24, 2014 6:14 PM

As Ukrainians vote, legacy of Odessa fire that killed 48 has port city on edge

As voters go to the polls Sunday to choose their first president after a street revolution ousted Viktor Yanukovych in February, Ukraine is on a knife’s edge. It is sure to grow closer to Europe, the aim of the uprising, but it also could come apart in a civil war that would invite a Russian intervention.

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