Pro-Russian activists gather at barricades as they guard a regional administration building that they had seized earlier in Donetsk, Ukraine, Friday, April 11, 2014. Ukraine's prime minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk on Friday told leaders in the country's restive east that he is committed to allowing regions to have more powers. Yatsenyuk flew into Donetsk Friday morning, where pro-Russian separatists are occupying the regional administration building and calling for a referendum that could prefigure seeking annexation by Russia. (AP Photo/Max Vetrov)
Pro-Russia Ukrainians are promised more power but remain dubious
Protesters remain skeptical about the pledge made by the head of the new Kiev government.
By ANDREW HIGGINS
and ANDREW E. KRAMER
| The New York Times
First Published Apr 11 2014 02:10 pm • Last Updated Apr 11 2014 08:20 pm
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