Monday, December 13, 2004

Not the first time?

Askold Krushelnycky in Kiev
The Independent, London, United Kingdom, Sun, Dec 13, 2004
There are historical precedents. Soviet intelligence agents were responsible
for the shooting in a Paris church in 1924 of the leader of a short-lived
Ukrainian state, Symon Petlyura. Ukraine's most prominent post-war
nationalist leader, Stepan Bandera, was assassinated in Munich in 1959
by a pistol firing a poisonous mist which brought on a heart attack.



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