July 12, 2014

The Strange Case of Putin and the Ukraine Plot

Simon Shuster, Time

The Associated Press

Just when Russia seemed to be backing away from the conflict in eastern Ukraine, it finds a new means of supporting the rebel fighters – through its justice system

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TAGGED: Vladimir Putin, Russia, Ukraine


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