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181551183

ウクライナの都市ドネツク 親ロシア派のデモ隊が政府庁舎を襲撃


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作品番号
181551183
タイトル
ウクライナの都市ドネツク 親ロシア派のデモ隊が政府庁舎を襲撃
クレジット表記
動画:AP/アフロ
日付
2014年3月3日
撮影国
ウクライナ
コンテンツカテゴリー
戦争・紛争・軍事, ニュース
ライセンスタイプ
RM(ライツマネージド)
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なし 
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コーデック
H264
フレームレート
29.97 fps
長さ
198.73 秒
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Ukraine UK 2

Pro-Russian protesters storm govt building; expert says crisis could become a war
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タイムライン

Pro-Russian protesters occupied the regional government building in Donetsk in eastern Ukraine on Monday.

Chanting and waving Russian flags, protesters climbed the gate and entered the building through a smashed window.

Ukraine's military admitted on Monday that pro-Russian troops had surrounded or taken over "practically all" its military facilities in the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea - a move that Russia's foreign minister defended as a necessary protection for the ethnic Russians there.

Meanwhile, a security analyst in London warned on Monday that the crisis in Ukraine had the potential to become "a full-fledged war in the heart of Europe."

Dr Jonathan Eyal, Director of International Security Studies at Royal United Services Institute, said nothing had been more serious since the Balkans conflict in the early 1990s.

"It also shatters all our ideas about peace in our time on the European continent," he said.

Outrage over Russia's military moves has mounted in world capitals, with US Secretary of State John Kerry calling on Russian President Vladimir Putin to pull back from "an incredible act of aggression."

Kerry is to travel to Ukraine on Tuesday.

Putin has defied calls from the West to pull back his troops, insisting that Russia has a right to protect its interests and those of Russian-speakers in Crimea and elsewhere in Ukraine.

Eyal said if Russia were to stop in Crimea and not move elsewhere in the Ukraine - something he said was "one of the key objectives of Western governments" - that would "clearly be an encouraging sign"

But he warned: "Any spread of the conflict beyond Crimea to eastern Ukraine could immediately and almost inevitably involve a great deal of bloodshed."

AP TELEVISION

Donetsk

1. Wide of crowd protesting outside regional government building

2. Crowd surrounding the door

3. People trying to leave through the crowd

4. Pro-Russia posters and Russian Block party tent

5. Wide of protest

6. Crowd waving flags

7. Wide of building

8. Russian Flag (right) flying from flagpole

9. Wide of building

10. Wide of police guards at back gate

11. Gate blocked by police

12. Ukraine national symbol on gate

13. Wide of people breaking through gate

14. Wide of people climbing over fence

15. Wide of rear of regional government building

16. Wide of crowd outside back door of building

17. Wide of people climbing in the window

18. Wide of men carrying the broken gate to the back door

19. Policeman watching through window, zoom out to show crowd

20. Various of people climbing through windows

22. People pushing their way past barriers inside the building, shot through window

London

23. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr Jonathan Eyal, Director of International Security Studies, Royal United Services Institute:

"This has the potential to become a full-fledged war in the heart of Europe. Nothing has been more serious than that since the Balkans erupted in violence in the early 1990s. And it also shatters all our ideas about peace in our time on the European continent."

24. Cutaway, close of Eyal's eyes

25. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr Jonathan Eyal, Director of International Security Studies, Royal United Services Institute:

"It is highly unlikely that any European country or the United States will consider military options in order to help Ukraine. But there are other military options which could be quite painful for Russia. For instance, NATO has expanded to the former communist countries of Eastern Europe, but for the moment has not positioned any troops further east. It will be an inescapable conclusion now, after what has happened in Ukraine, that NATO will have to move troops to the borders with Poland and with Romania, the two biggest countries that have a border with Ukraine."

26. Cutaway of Eyal's hand

27. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr Jonathan Eyal, Director of International Security Studies, Royal United Services Institute:

"If Russia were to stop in Crimea and not move elsewhere in the Ukraine, that would clearly be an encouraging sign as far as the handling of the immediate crisis. One of the key objectives of Western governments has been precisely that. Any spread of the conflict to beyond Crimea to eastern Ukraine could immediately and almost inevitably involve a great deal of bloodshed."

28. Plaque on wall on Royal United Services Institute building

29. Exterior of Royal United Services Institute building
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