Eviction of Tatars may lead to violence rivaling the Gaza Strip

The Crimean Tatars are Turkic people who inhabited the Crimean peninsula, now a part of Ukraine, for over seven centuries. During World War II, the entire Tatar population was unjustly accused of being Nazi collaborators and deported en masse to Central Asia and other lands in the Soviet Union. In 1967 a Soviet decree removed […]

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