A woman lights a candle at one of the 107 wooden crosses, which honour victims of recent protests in Ukraine, in Prague April 23, 2014. REUTERS/David W Cerny
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Amid Ukraine's deepening crisis, the presidents of post-Soviet republics and EU member states are gathering in Prague to save a project to boost their ties.This eastward move by the EU has been put in doubt after Russia annexed part of Ukraine last month and warned it will not agree with any attempts by the West to expand into this strategic region.Some experts believe this EU program has already failed.Russia worked aggressively and successfully to derail the EU deal with Ukraine in November, setting off months of protests that toppled Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych.
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