December 16, 2013

Poor Ukrainians Rally for Russia

Anna Nemtsova, The Daily Beast

The Associated Press

At a rival protest in Kiev this weekend, impoverished workers from eastern Ukraine turned out to show their support for the government and stronger ties with Moscow even as the pro-EU crowd grew ever more jubilant.

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