In Crimea, some now ask: go or stay?
SIMFERPOL, Crimea -- Vait Sitdzhemiliev brought his wife and three daughters to Crimea to honor a deathbed wish from his father six years ago. Now, waking Wednesday in a land officially annexed by Russia, the Crimean Tatar is worried about what is to come.
He fears for the eight tidy guestrooms he has built for sun-seeking vacationers. He worries about how Russian neighbors will behave now that they're in Moscow's embrace. Most of all, he frets over what lies ahead for his daughters, three hard-working students in their 20s.
"We Crimean Tatars have never gotten anything good from the... read more
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