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· The most chilling aspect of Trump’s Monday night crackdown on law-abiding protestors →
If you’d asked congressional Republicans a year ago if they thought it was a good idea to withhold military aid to Ukraine unless the Ukrainian government agreed to cook up a bogus investigation into Joe Biden, they’d all have said no.
· History Will Judge Trump’s Enablers Harshly →
So while Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman found the courage to report on the president’s improper telephone call with his Ukrainian counterpart, and Trump’s former deputy assistant Fiona Hill testified against him, top-ranking Republicans remain silent.
· History Will Judge the Complicit →
Fiona Hill—an immigrant success story and a true believer in the American Constitution—was not afraid to testify at the House’s impeachment hearings, nor was she afraid to speak out against Republicans who were promulgating a false story of Ukrainian interference in the 2016 election.
The New York Times
· Trump and Putin Discuss Russia’s Attendance at G7, but Allies Are Wary →
As for the cause of its expulsion from the Group of 8 — the annexation of Crimea — Mr. Trump has long shown little sympathy for the Ukrainian government’s outrage, suggesting in mid-2016 that Crimea is rightfully Russian territory.
The New York Times
· William Barr’s State of Emergency →
Barr has established a special “intake process” to deal with materials that Rudolph W. Giuliani says he has obtained from Ukrainian sources, which, Giuliani has claimed, implicate Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.
· La Liga to resume with Real Madrid playing matches at their training centre →
The second division will resume June 11 with the second half of the game between Rayo Vallecano and Albacete, which was suspended at halftime in December after Ukrainian Roman Zozulia of Albacete was subjected to Nazi taunts by opposing fans.
· Living in the past: lifestyles from bygone eras →
“My parents are Ukrainian and a bit bemused by my choices, but they’re very supportive,” explains Koropisz.
The China Post
· With masks and gloves, Ukraine’s priests return to duties →
Yaroslav Rokhman is hard to recognize as a priest when he visits terminally ill patients at a Ukrainian care center.
· Today in Korean history →
2019 -- The Ukrainian captain of a cruise ship was formally arrested after a Hungarian court issued an arrest warrant involving a deadly collision that left 25 South Koreans dead and one missing.