In Ukraine, Two Men Claim To Be The Leader Of Donetsk

Friday, May 09, 2014

The region in eastern Ukraine currently has two governors. One is appointed by the interim government in Kiev, the other is the self-appointed leader of pro-Moscow separatists.

Source: NPR


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