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UCCLA
Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association: Non-partisan and not-for-profit group.
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HolodomorAware Apr 1
Ще один штат США визнав Голодомор геноцидом українців
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HNAT - Holodomor Apr 2
The Holodomor Mobile Classroom visited the Parliament of British Columbia! The Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology, MLA for Surrey-Whalley: Hon. Bruce Ralston made a statement on the Holodomor famine-genocide. We want to thank him for helping raise awareness.
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Myroslav Petriw Mar 25
'Undesirable Elements': How Stalin Deported Nearly 100,000 From The Baltics
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HNAT - Holodomor Mar 26
Step 1 of 6 in Stalin’s plan to break Ukraine: By 1928, Stalin had won the power struggle within the Communist Party and became the sole and undisputed leader of the USSR. His rule was ruthless, eliminating anyone and anything he perceived as a threat to his power.
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ArianaGic/Аріянॳць Mar 19
"Five years ago, when invaded , Moscow Conservatory hosted a concert-celebration at the Great Hall. My alma mater was celebrating the beginning of the war against my country and the slaughter of my countrymen." - Ukrainian pianist, Pavel Gintov.
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UCCLA Mar 18
Attn Vernon B.C. and area followers! stories to be shared in Vernon March 26, a century after First World War -
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Euromaidan Press Mar 18
Up to "800,000 Russian citizens have already been relocated to Crimea so that no one on the peninsula remembers Ukraine; no one of the pro-Ukrainian population, who lived in Ukraine is left there. Especially, so that there will be no activists"
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Business Ukraine mag Mar 18
Reminder that the Kremlin seizure of Crimea was not bloodless, despite Moscow’s claims to the contrary. Serhiy Kokurin was the first Ukrainian serviceman killed during the takeover.
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Harjit Sajjan Mar 16
Canada's support for Ukraine is unwavering. As we mark the fifth anniversary of Russia's invasion and ongoing occupation of Crimea, we stand with the Ukrainian people against Russian aggression as they work to enhance Ukraine's security and stability.
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Anders Åslund Mar 13
Why doesn't anybody discuss Manafort's possible international crimes? Was he part of the decision to kill 125 protesters in Ukraine in peaceful Ukraine in January-February 2014. That should be an issue if the US cared about human rights.
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UCCLA Mar 14
"У 1916 році Форчуку прийшла повістка. Потрібно було з’явитися з речами. Форчук був заарештований, оголошений “ворогом-іноземцем” і відправлений на каторжні роботи в Скелясті гори."
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ArianaGic/Аріянॳць Mar 11
The academics who continue to argue against facts that the Holodomor - part of Moscow's genocide of the Ukrainian people - does not constitute any such crime against humanity should be regarded no differently from Holocaust deniers and treated as such.
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UCCLA Mar 10
New Film Shows Kazakhs Suffered a Holodomor Too, Infuriating Moscow
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Katyń 1940 Mar 5
5 March 1940: Beria's order to execute 14,552 Polish POWs held in the camps of Kozielsk, Starobielsk & Ostaszków, as well as another 7305 civilians held in prisons in Belarus & Ukraine is approved by Stalin and the Politburo. The victims were later murdered in April-May 1940.
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UCCLA Mar 5
Big Brother Really has Returned to Russia
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Darth Putin Mar 3
OTD in 2014 i denied the masked, armed men in Crimea were Russian soldiers. I lied.
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Darth Putin Mar 5
OTD in 1940 Stalin signed the order to murder 22,000 Polish officers in Katyn. We blamed nazi Germany. We lied. This is Stalin writing "approved" on their death warrant.
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Yaroslav Baran Mar 4
How the distorts the past to divide us – ⁦⁩ ⁦
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UCCLA Mar 3
Attn Brandon residents! Author to speak on Manitoba camps
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Lukas Trakimavicius Mar 1
" state media published 138 contradictory accounts of the nerve agent attack on former double agent Sergei last year, a new report has found, lending fresh weight to claims of a Moscow backed campaign," writes .
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