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Three women reportedly kidnapped in Crimea are alive, well

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Mar. 12, 2014 11:35
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AutoMaidan says two of its activists, Oleksandra Ryazhtseva and Kateryna Butko, as well as Tyzhden.ua journalist Olena Maksymenko have been freed after being held since March 9. AutoMaidan organized motorist protests during the EuroMaidan Revolution. The organization promises more information about what happened to the women at a press conference.
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Two EuroMaidan Revolution activists, Kateryna Butko and Oleksandra Ryaztseva, as well as Tyzhden.ua journalist Olena Maksymenko -- are alive and well.

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