March 13, 2014

Why Barbarity Wins in Syria, Crimea

Michael Young, Daily Star

The Associated Press

News that Syrian President Bashar Assad had been accepted into the Russian Academy of Sciences makes us wonder about the institution.

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TAGGED: Ukraine, Crimea, Syria

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