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In Ukraine, Odessa Violence Threatens 'Jewel of the Black Sea'i
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Henry Ridgwell
May 09, 2014 11:02 PM
The violence between pro-Kyiv and pro-Russian groups in Odessa last week killed more than 40 people -- and sent shock waves across Ukraine and beyond. The city, founded by Catherine the Great in 1794, has long been a cosmopolitan port that has attracted tourists and traders from across the world. Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA.

In Ukraine, Odessa Violence Threatens 'Jewel of the Black Sea'

Henry Ridgwell

Published May 09, 2014

The violence between pro-Kyiv and pro-Russian groups in Odessa last week killed more than 40 people -- and sent shock waves across Ukraine and beyond. The city, founded by Catherine the Great in 1794, has long been a cosmopolitan port that has attracted tourists and traders from across the world. Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA.


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