Loyalties divided in Ukraine's Odessa

Thousands march in the Black Sea city to show solidarity with Kiev and protest against further Russian incursions.

    The Black Sea city of Odessa is Ukraine's last remaining major seaport since Crimea became part of Russia.

    As ethnic Russians and the Kremlin call for the federal break up of Ukraine, pro-Kiev Ukrainians in Odessa unfurl a giant Ukrainian flag and protest against further Russian incursions.

    Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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