WorldViews: People haven’t left Kiev’s Maidan. Here’s what it looks and feels like now.

By Anthony Faiola, Terri Rupar, March 7, 2014

KIEV -- In Ukraine, attention has shifted to the peninsular region of Crimea from Kiev and its Independence Square, home to the opposition's biggest, longest-lasting protest. The square was such a source of power that when the interim government picked its leaders, it brought the nominations there to get the crowd's approval. A new government is in place, but people are still in the square, also known as Maidan.

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