Turmoil in Ukraine Brings a Challenge to Russia

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Over the weekend, the Ukrainian Parliament ousted President Viktor Yanukovych, who fled to the Eastern part of the country, raising fears that the country might come apart, with half leaning toward Western Europe and half toward traditional ties with Russia. We get an update from Andrew Kramer, who is in Kiev for the New York Times, and from Fred Weir of the Christian Science Monitor, who's in Moscow, which is questioning the new government's legitimacy.