Below are photos, as well as an accompanying description from an exhibit that was organized by Canadians for Democracy in Russia and Euromaidan Canada Committee. In opposition to the war in Ukraine, the exhibit aims to reveal evidence of Russian support for anti-government militants, as well demonstrate the brutal and violent nature of the conflict (for more information, please visit http://thewarinukraine.info). In this […]
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Canadians for Democracy in Russia present striking photos in the aftermath of the downing of Malaysian Airline Flight 17 in the separatist-controlled Donestk region in Ukraine.