A Russian tank turned into a war memorial, in central Tiraspol, is seen March 23, 2014, in the soviet Republic of Trans-Dniester, a sliver of contested land that declared its independence from Moldova, Europe's poorest nation, back in 1990 but is yet to be recognized by any government around the world.
A Russian tank turned into a war memorial, in central Tiraspol, is seen March 23, 2014, in the soviet Republic of Trans-Dniester, a sliver of contested land that declared its independence from Moldova, Europe's poorest nation, back in 1990 but is yet to be recognized by any government around the world. MCT
A Russian tank turned into a war memorial, in central Tiraspol, is seen March 23, 2014, in the soviet Republic of Trans-Dniester, a sliver of contested land that declared its independence from Moldova, Europe's poorest nation, back in 1990 but is yet to be recognized by any government around the world. MCT

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