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"I got nothing to do with it." — Dorian Prentice Satoshi Nakamoto, the 64-year-old man identified by Newsweek as the founder of the beleaguered digital currency Bitcoin, in an exclusive two-hour interview with The Associated Press.
"This is our response to the disorder and lawlessness in Kiev. We will decide our future ourselves." — Crimean lawmaker Sergei Shuvainikov, as the parliament voted to hold a referendum March 16 for residents to decide if they want to become part of Russia.
"When Robert died we were thinking maybe nothing will ever happen, maybe someone is just going to get away with what they did to him. It's been a long road." — Colleen Middleton, mother of a boy who was set on fire and died from the burns 13 years later, on learning his attacker can be tried as an adult for murder.
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