March 27, 2014

Tymoshenko Is Back, Sans Braid & F-Bombs Blazing

Olga Rudenko, Global Post

The Associated Press

“Good day. I’m back. In every way.” That’s what Yulia Tymoshenko tweeted when she returned here from medical treatment in Germany last week.

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