April 11, 2014

Did Putin Kill a Polish President?

Will Cathcart, The Daily Beast

The Associated Press

A plane crash at Smolensk in Russia four years ago wiped out the Warsaw leadership. It used to be seen as an accident. Now, after Putin’s games in Ukraine, people aren’t so sure.

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TAGGED: Russia, Poland, Europe, Vladimir Putin, Lech Kaczynski

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