Ukraine reports Russian 'invasion' on eve of Crimea vote Kiev (AFP) - Ukraine accused Russia on Saturday of invading a region bordering Crimea and vowed to use "all necessary measures" to repel an attack that came on the eve of the Black Sea peninsula's breakaway vote. Crimeans vote over 90 percent to quit Ukraine for Russia Reuters Kerry: US won't recognize Crimea vote Associated Press Crimea edges closer to vote, as US-Russia talks fail AFP Russia defends Crimea referendum, agrees to more observers Reuters Lavrov: No common vision with US on Ukraine Associated Press The invasion reported by the Ukrainian foreign ministry was small in scale and concerned a region that lies just off the northeast coast of Crimea called the Arabat Spit. The dramatic escalation of the most serious East-West crisis since the Cold War set a tense stage for Sunday's referendum on Crimea's secession from Ukraine in favour of Kremlin rule -- a vote denounced by both the international community and Kiev. http://news.yahoo.com/ukraine-braces-crimea-breakaway-vote-043501185.html;_ylt=AqJuvzQ2ILRkB2rlroCXJqrQtDMD;_ylu=X3oDMTBsaGVqY3E0BGNvbG8DYmYxBHBvcwMxBHNlYwNzcg-- 80 Russian troops makes for an invasion? I thought it would take at least a hundred to seize a country the size of Ukraine.