In several eastern Ukrainian cities, pro-Russian demonstrators seized government buildings yesterday. In demonstrations that appear to be coordinated, they're demanding a referendum like the one that stirred international outrage last month in Crimea. At the White House today, Press Secretary Jay Carney said there is evidence the demonstrators were paid and not local residents. We hear more from David Herszenhorn, who's in Moscow for the New York Times.
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