GENEVA, Switzerland — One evening in late October, the skies above Dnipropetrovsk whirled with the sound of helicopters. Below, armored vehicles and a 500-strong SWAT team moved in assault formation. Even by Ukrainian standards, it was a dramatic scene. As he was dragged from his doorstep, the target of the exaggerated raid — the businessman-turned-politician Hennadiy Korban — seemed as shocked as anyone. Regardless of what he might have done, it just wasn’t how things were done in Ukraine.
Korban was airlifted away, first to Chernihiv, a provincial town north of Kiev, and then to the capital itself. His allies immediately …read more
Source: European Voice