Ukrainians in Utah form group to aid those in turmoil

Posted on AllSides March 28th, 2015

A year ago, Alexey Gavrilov addressed a gathering in the main square of Kerch, a small Crimean city.

Out of nowhere, 300 angry men filled the square, denouncing Gavrilov as a traitor for opposing Russian annexation of the Ukrainian peninsula jutting into the Black Sea.

"I had never seen them before. We just wanted to discuss the situation and stop people from being angry and stop listening to Russian news," Gavrilov said. "They were screaming at us that we were fascists. 'Now kill them.'"

A week later Gavrilov an

Read full story

More News about World from the Left, Center and Right

From the Left

From the Center

From the Right