December 12, 2013

Are We Witnessing the Rebirth of Ukraine?

The Economist, The Economist

The Associated Press

THE bells of Mikhailovsky Cathedral in the ancient heart of Kiev began to ring in alarm just after 1am on December 11th. As in medieval times this was a sign that the city was under siege, and a call to citizens to come to its defence.

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TAGGED: Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine

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