In Pervomayskoye village, eight men from a crimean “self-defense” squad intimidated local Tatar activist Ilyas Ibrahimov.
“We are going home,” declared crimean Parliament Speaker Vladimir Konstantinov in the capital Simferopol on Sunday night.
Three other mules from the crimean city of Sevastopol were detained at a road checkpoint with $400,000 in cash on them.
All the staff have gathered together at the crimean Tatar TV channel ATR, hundreds of others have come.
“Most people are scared and lost,” says Vilora, a 20-year-old economics student, whose family is mixed Russian and crimean Tatar.
The only gun in place at the castle was an obsolete piece that had seen service in the crimean War.
The crimean Sonnets, however, rank among the famous sequences.
It was a crimean war medal which its owner was once proud to wear.
It was for this idea that she allied with England and Turkey in the crimean war.
The naval review at Spithead, upon the close of the crimean war in 1856, was the greatest up to that time.
Note: As a former part of the Russian empire, Crimea was one of the strongholds of opposition to the Soviet government after the Russian Revolution.
Note: It was occupied by German troops from 1941 to 1945.
Note: The Crimean War of the 1850s, fought between Russian forces and the allied armies of Britain, France, Turkey, and Sardinia, was the scene of the battle described in “The Charge of the Light Brigade.”