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Toy soldiers march on Russia's Putin

Children post figurines as an anti-war message, while foreign powers meet to find a solution to Ukraine's crisis.

Last updated: 05 Mar 2014 20:22
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Children in the Ukraine are sending toy soldiers to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The unique anti-war message says, "if you want to play soldiers, here they are. But leave my father alone."

Top diplomats of both Russia and the US also met for the first time over the crisis in Ukraine on Wednesday.

Al Jazeera's Tim Friend reports from Kiev.

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