Crimea exiles fight to keep their Ukraine unity message alive, bemoan lack of government help

March 18, 2015 7:38 AM

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Crimea exiles fight to keep their Ukraine unity message alive, bemoan lack of government help

In this photo taken Saturday March 14, 2015, Ukrainian activist Andrei Schekun speaks to The Associated Press in the family’s rented apartment outside Kiev, Ukraine. For 11 days, Andrei Schekun was locked him in a dank room and tortured. He said the torture took place as Crimea voted in a referendum to secede from Ukraine a year ago Wednesday. Schekun’s crime: campaigning to persuade his fellow Crimeans to reject absorption by Russia. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky) (The Associated Press)

In this photo taken Saturday March 14, 2015, Ukrainian activist Andrei Schekun, right, with his family speaks to The Associated Press in the family’s rented apartment outside Kiev, Ukraine. For 11 days, Andrei Schekun was locked him in a dank room and tortured. He said the torture took place as Crim...

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