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A Year After Annexation by Russia, Crimea Remains Bitterly Divided

Vladimir Putin, steel in his eyes, strides purposefully through a field of corn. In the distance, the Kremlin’s elaborate towers, and the onion domes of Red Square. Floating above the Russian president, in the azure sky, are the words: “Congratulations on your return to your native harbour!”
This eye-catching painting takes up the entire side of a five-floor, residential building in Sevastopol, a sun-kissed port city on the southern coast of the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea. Like other works of similarly-themed art – most of them, admittedly, on a far smaller scale – the painting was created by pro-Putin activists …read more

Source: Newsweek

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