Former Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, seen in Kiev, March 27, 2014, leader of the Orange Revolution, says that when looking at Russian aggression today, it would be wise to remember German aggression in 1939.
Former Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, seen in Kiev, March 27, 2014, leader of the Orange Revolution, says that when looking at Russian aggression today, it would be wise to remember German aggression in 1939. MCT
Former Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, seen in Kiev, March 27, 2014, leader of the Orange Revolution, says that when looking at Russian aggression today, it would be wise to remember German aggression in 1939. MCT

Yushchenko, hero of Ukraine’s Orange Revolution warns Europe that Putin won’t stop at Crimea

March 27, 2014 5:47 PM

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