In industrial Donetsk, locals see the ongoing protests as economically dangerous. In tourist-friendly Lviv, it's a fight for self-preservation.
The short answer: We don't know.
The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development says he's optimistic about the homelessness trends in many places.
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The soldiers wear 7-pound shoes and stand motionless for more than 100 hours a month.
The mapping system has some serious shortcomings.
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And he still faces a civil lawsuit.
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Blame cars, and coal-fired burners.
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Newly released documents also allege that the Mayor used heroin.
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