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Russia Celebrates 'Victory Day'i
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Michael Eckels
May 10, 2014 12:48 AM
"Victory Day" on May 9 celebrates the end of World War II for the Soviet Union and its former republics. This year, Russia marks the end of one war, as conflict heats up in its one-time Soviet sister republic Ukraine. Michael Eckels reports for VOA from Moscow.

Russia Celebrates 'Victory Day'

Michael Eckels

Published May 09, 2014

"Victory Day" on May 9 celebrates the end of World War II for the Soviet Union and its former republics. This year, Russia marks the end of one war, as conflict heats up in its one-time Soviet sister republic Ukraine. Michael Eckels reports for VOA from Moscow.


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