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Ukraine, Russia, United in Faith, Divided in Politicsi
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Michael Eckels
April 19, 2014 11:46 AM
There is a strong historical religious connection between Russia and Ukraine. But what role is religion playing in the current conflict? In the run-up to Easter, Michael Eckels in Moscow reports for VOA.

Ukraine, Russia, United in Faith, Divided in Politics

Michael Eckels

Published April 19, 2014

There is a strong historical religious connection between Russia and Ukraine. But what role is religion playing in the current conflict? In the run-up to Easter, Michael Eckels in Moscow reports for VOA.


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by: LieutenantCharlie from: USA
April 20, 2014 8:51 PM
The Neo Nazi Government of the Ukraine, is about to go financially bust, plus the Pro-Russian Citizens of the Ukraine are tired of being abused.