May 18, 2014

Can Tymoshenko Still Lead Ukraine?

Follath & Schepp, Der Spiegel

The Associated Press

Few figures in Ukraine are more divisive than Yulia Tymoshenko. Some see her as a martyr while others consider her to be part of the corrupt system. Now she wants to become president, but can she succeed?

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