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Crimeans back Russian reunification: If they try to take it back, 'I will fight' | 05 Jan 2017| Nearly three years after Russia reclaimed Crimea from Ukraine, many in this rugged Black Sea peninsula seem pleased to be back in Russian arms. The airport in the capital of Simferopol, about 60 miles north of here, was given a face lift, and a passenger terminal will be added by the end of 2018. Roads have been improved…There is popular support for Russian President Vladimir Putin's plans to build a bridge across the Kerch Strait to integrate Crimea with mainland Russia. “People feel at home in Russia. That is the main point. It doesn't matter what government was here,” said Dariya Nemenko, 23. “If you know your history, you know Crimea is Russian and always has been.