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Ukrainians Use Humor to Help Get Through Crisisi
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July 09, 2014 5:48 PM
As Ukrainians have lived through months of turmoil including the ouster of their president, a Russian invasion and a Russian-backed separatist uprising, they have used humor to help them get through. VOA’s Al Pessin found this out when he visited the southern Ukrainian city of Odessa, known as Ukraine’s “Capital of Humor.”

Ukrainians Use Humor to Help Get Through Crisis

Published July 09, 2014

As Ukrainians have lived through months of turmoil including the ouster of their president, a Russian invasion and a Russian-backed separatist uprising, they have used humor to help them get through. VOA’s Al Pessin found this out when he visited the southern Ukrainian city of Odessa, known as Ukraine’s “Capital of Humor.”


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