AP Exclusive: FBI thought Demjanjuk evidence faked

An FBI report kept secret for 25 years said the Soviet Union "quite likely fabricated" evidence central to the prosecution of John Demjanjuk — a revelation that could help the defense as closing arguments resume Wednesday in the retired Ohio auto worker's Nazi war crimes trial in Germany.

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Media Duped or Silenced? Why the Silence about Tens of Thousands Polish Citizens on the Street?

10 April 2011 Warsaw, Poland. Tens of Thousands of people commemorated the anniversary of death of then President Lech Kachinsky and 95 people killed in plane crash in Russia a year ago. The demonstration tightly filled the square before the presidential palace and the adjacent street and turned into a very strong political statement against the Polish government and it's pro-Russian politics.

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Do we need international observers for Ukrainian Parliament?

As regards to the immediate fraud committed in the video, international observers in the Ukraine Parliament is an excellent idea. In practicality that can take a year or more to implement if funding for such a project is not already in place, which it doesn't seem to be. This is a UN issue to be sure.

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Canadian Conference in Support of Ukraine (CCSU) Reaching Out to Members of Parliament

The Canadian Conference in Support of Ukraine (CCSU) continues to engage MPs in Ottawa and in their ridings with issues of concern to its members and the Ukrainian Canadian community as a whole, as represented by the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC).

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Ukraine: Dear Polish Delegation, We’re in Shock, Too

According to the report, the Polish visitors were shocked by the Ukrainian MPs’ practice of voting on behalf of fellow party members: in Poland, such a practice was illegal, one of the guests commented, and would lead to the loss of mandate by the MP in question

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Askold S. Lozynskyj: Whose Foreign Ministry Is This ?

Similarly if Mr. Hryschenko remains on top, there is no future for Ukraine’s current Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It should simply rename itself -- the Ukrainian Desk at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation. But then Victor Yanukovich would not be a president and Mr. Hryschenko would not be a minister. And so the farce continues.

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The Ukrainian World Congress (UWC) is deeply concerned over these actions by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine which have been initiated at a time when pressure is being exerted by Russian authorities on two prominent Ukrainian organizations in Russia, the Federal National Cultural Autonomy of Ukrainians in Russia and the Union of Ukrainians in Russia, who are preparing to defend the right to continue their activities before the Russian Federation Supreme Court.

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Over the last few years a pattern has emerged in the RF – an unrelenting war against perceived enemies of the state, including ethnic communities not kowtowing to govern- pressure and the executive branch exploiting the legislative and judicial to implement its policies. Ukrainians in Russia have felt this pressure. Murders of Ukrainian activists remain unsolved. A Ukrainian language class at a Moscow public lyceum has been discontinued and very recently a Moscow library of Ukrainian literature was ransacked, shut, reopened, then ransacked and its head librarian assaulted.

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Police search young blogger’s home for more than six hours

“We deplore the way that Bilozerska has again been treated as a suspect when all she did was inform the public as a journalist,” Reporters Without Borders said. “We call on the Ukrainian police to respect the law and return her professional equipment to her. Their actions pose a serious threat to media freedom and seem designed to intimidate journalists and encourage them to censor themselves.”

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How Hitler’s Shadow Is Turning into the KGB’s Shadow

The US National Archives’ sensational new report on the CIA’s complicity in protecting Nazi war criminals during the Cold War, including alleged Ukrainian war criminals, is shockingly similar to something that the Soviet KGB could have cooked up.
The authors of the report, the American historians Richard Breitman and Norman J. W. Goda, have performed a great service in revealing the CIA’s cooperation with the Nazis.

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