January 28, 2014

Morale High Behind Kiev's Frozen Barricades

David Blair, Daily Telegraph

The Associated Press

Ukraine's winter was harsh enough to stop Hitler's tanks in 1941, but not the mass protests now sweeping central Kiev. As I write, tens of thousands of people are packing Independence Square -- where the current temperature is minus 13C -- for a series of passionate speeches denouncing Ukraine's leaders.

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