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Ukraine crisis: UK's Hague warns Russia of 'consequences'

3 March 2014 Last updated at 14:25 GMT

The UK foreign secretary has warned Russia of possible "consequences" for its actions in sending troops into parts of Ukraine.

Speaking from Kiev, where he laid flowers at a shrine for those who died in the conflict, William Hague called for a strong response - but ruled out military support.

Moscow has insisted it is acting to protect Russian-speakers in Crimea.

Sarah Rainsford reports from Kiev.

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