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    Polish Ukrainian Mutually Intelligible? Languages Comparison

    Are Polish and Ukrainian mutually intelligible? 🇵🇱💬🇺🇦 In this week’s Slavic languages comparison we talk about animals in Polish and Ukrainian. My guest from Ukraine will have to guess 6 animals that I’ll describe to her in Polish. She doesn’t speak any Polish so it’s going to be an interesting challenge. More

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    Kiev no more: AP Stylebook changes spelling of Ukrainian capital to Kyiv

    The AP Stylebook, one of the most prominent English-language style and usage guides created by American journalists, has changed its spelling of Ukraine’s capital from Kiev to Kyiv. The decision came into effect on Aug. 14. Now, many newspapers, magazines and public relations offices across the United States will follow suit, as they use the AP…

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    Ukraine’s gorgeous goats compete for beauty crown

    A town in Ukraine is so besotted with its goats it holds a beauty contest every year for them. It makes for quite a sight: goats in bright dresses, embroidered shirts, skirts and floral crowns. One is even dressed up as a bride. This year’s festival was the fourth to be held in the town […] More

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    The Real Heart of Kiev? This Quiet Street

    Wander down Reitarska Street just about any midsummer weekend evening, and you might forget you’re deep in Eastern Europe. Sharply dressed hipsters sip cocktails and share bruschetta on elegant outdoor patios. Tattooed skate punks clack through huddles of black-clad art kids checking out a gallery show. Wineglasses clink like wind chimes as a soiree spills out of a chic salon…

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    Chernobyl vodka made in exclusion zone

    Scientists have concocted the first consumer product from the Chernobyl exclusion zone since the nuclear explosion—it’s an “artisan vodka” distilled from water and “slightly contaminated” rye from the site.

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    MR. JONES Film by Agnieszka Holland

    Welsh journalist Gareth Jones experiences at first hand the famine in Ukraine in 1933 – a catastrophe triggered by Stalin’s policies. But will he succeed in making the truth known to the world at large? A cinematic portrait based on real events. More

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    Cossacks

    Free warriors, who created self-governed military communities for men, which existed since the 15th century on the territory of Ukrainian Wild Fields, a border between Christian and Muslim worlds

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    Life, Up Close, in a Ukrainian Village

    Entranced by magical tales of her parents’ Ukrainian homeland, Lida Suchy traveled there almost 25 years ago to find a reality far removed from their stories. Nevertheless, it held a magic of its own for her.

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