In this photo taken Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015, a lion cub is bundled up in a blanket to get warm during a power outage at the Taigan Safari Park, in Belogorsk, about 50 km (31 miles) east of Simferopol, Crimea. (AP Photo/Alexander Polegenko)
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Tensions between Moscow and Kiev increased further Wednesday as Ukraine decided to stop buying gas from Russia and closed its airspace to its giant eastern neighbor's airlines.Ukraine and its Western allies accuse Moscow of orchestrating and supporting the pro-Russian revolt in the east to avenge last year's ouster of Kiev's Kremlin-backed president and the new government's decision to align itself with the West.Kiev on Oct. 25 barred most Russian airlines from flying into Ukraine – a decision that prompted immediate reciprocal measures by Moscow.
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