April 7, 2014

The Return of 'Novorossiya'

Linda Kinstler, The New Republic

The Associated Press

Over the weekend, pro-Russian protesters rioted in the eastern Ukrainian cities of Donetsk, Luhansk, and Kharkov. They took over government buildings and arms caches, waving Russian flags and chanting things like "Novorossiya" ("New Russia").

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