Apr 25th
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Crimea joins Russia after treaty signed


By Staff writer | Al Arabiya News

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Crimean leaders signed on Tuesday a treaty on Crimea officially becoming part of Russia.

Putin signed the treaty with Crimean Prime Minister Sergei Aksyonov and other Crimean leaders at a ceremony at the Kremlin attended by both houses of parliament. Lawmakers, who still have to ratify the treaty, broke into applause and cheers after the signing.


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