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The tense standoff in Ukraine continues. Word of Russian troops antagonizing soldiers on a Ukrainian base.
As more than 60 military trucks moving in are believed to be Russian forces.
The trucks bear no license plates to identify them but all moving toward Crimea's Capital.
Ukrainians are also signing up and taking oaths to join a militia, supporting the Russians on the way in.
And becoming member of their own armed military units.
Fresh mounds of dirt, reportedly landmines just buried by pro-Russian forces along the border between Ukraine and Crimea, to seal it off.
That border today blocked for the 3rd day in a row to foreign observers, Pro-Russian troops firing warning shots.
Tension is rising, with reports of Russian troops growing.
Today we saw a rare and daring protest in Crimea's capital by Ukrainians against Russia's occupation here.
"We love Russian peoples but we don't like Russian Government."
That protest extending all the way to paralympics in Sochi where, in front of President Putin, Ukraine only sent out the flag-bearer in a show of defiance. And today Ukraine's first medalist dedicating her medal to peaceful and independent Ukraine.
Secretary of State John Kerry spoke with his Russian counterpart Saturday.
But so far all diplomatic efforts to de-escalate this crisis have failed.
Now, just one week before Crimea holds a referendum to decide whether it wants to be part of Russia.