then do not follow this order and are found elsewhere will be shot. thirty three thousand seven hundred seventy one jews were killed in this two day operation of the nazis and ukrainian militia. another outrageous massacre was carried out by the ukrainian insurgent army and the bond era faction of the organization of ukrainian nationalists in german occupied polish foligno and eastern between one nine hundred forty three and one nine hundred forty four this genocide of poles was led by me colette that thirty five thousand to sixty thousand people in vali nya and twenty five to forty thousand eastern galaxia fell victim to this massive ethnic cleansing operation. sensing the inevitable loss of the german troops the organization of ukrainian nationalists gave up on their former ally and began fighting equally
against the germans and the soviet forces. in january nine hundred forty three u.s.s.r. troops started pushing the nazis back liberating one part of ukraine after another . western ukraine was the last ukrainian region held by the germans finally being liberated in october of one nine hundred forty four. bands continue to wage their guerrilla war against the soviet regime carrying out bloody raids on ukrainian villages and towns and leaving behind chaos and casualties. this war went on until the middle of the one nine hundred fifty s. when the last collaborators were either detained or fled the country. on may seventh one thousand nine hundred forty five germany unconditionally surrendered to the allies ukraine remained a part of the soviet union first for its. the peace after the
second world war was short lived. the united states and the soviet union nations who our had together along with england to defeat the nazis tragically became foes as the cold war began. for a world cup twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of alternatives but there was one more question and by the way who's going to be our coach. you guys i know you are nervous is a huge star among us and the huge amount of pressure come out you have to go i mean eighty percent of the shuttle we are with you and we will show the all the great the great if you are the rock at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get down going left go. alone.
and i am really happy to join that to fall of two thousand and three in the world cup in russia meet the special one it was also appreciate me to just take the radio p.r.t. teams latest edition to make up a bigger certainly better just look. ministries police forces and city administrations of many countries depend on one corporation and that's what mike was hoping the board doesn't want because. this is not the guns. into the sea it's a. proprietary software you don't know the source code isn't that it's such a security risk when you have a black box operating in the public eye to microsoft dependency puts governments under a cyber threat and not only that. zob
. selling the only one woke the most vocal line to almost. all of those the. bones this is. the host i've done this deal of patients stop when there was a sting on moles and funnies up in these guides on the fine. i've been saying the numbers mean something they matter to us is over one trillion dollars in debt more than ten white collar crimes happen each day. eighty five percent of global wealth you longs to be ultra rich eight point six percent market saw thirty percent rise last year for some with four hundred to five hundred trees per circuit first shot and bitcoin rose to twenty thousand dollars. china is building a two point one billion dollar a i industrial park but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only numbers you need
to remember is one in one business shows you can't afford to miss the one and only boom bust. the era of political and military tensions between the us and the u.s.s.r. lasted for nearly forty five years keeping humanity under the constant threat of nuclear war. in this battle the united states never lost sight of ukraine's importance. the u.s. intelligence kept a close eye on ukrainian nationalist organizations as a possible source of counter intelligence against the soviet union. cia documents that just recently have been declassified shows strong ties between u.s.
intelligence and ukrainian nationalists since one thousand nine hundred forty six from the cia agency report it is clear that they were not mistaken about the nature of ukrainian nationalists organizations or their leaders step on bond dare i himself according to an o.s.'s report of september one thousand nine hundred forty five bundy era had earned a fierce reputation for conducting a reign of terror during world war two after the second world war under another ukrainian nazi leaders fled to europe where the cia helped them hide. the cia later inform the immigration and naturalization service that it had concealed steffen bond darragh and other ukrainians from the soviets the operations involving ukrainians continued for many years the nuremberg trials of one thousand nine hundred forty five in one nine hundred forty six brought the political economic and military leaders of fascist germany to justice and revealed to the world the monstrous face of naziism and the crimes they committed but the ukrainian nazis
were spared the same fate and some were even granted indulgences by the cia by nine hundred fifty four the agency excused the illegal activities of the zero un security branch. in the name of cold war necessity in one nine hundred forty nine nicola levitt the man responsible for the massacres and alina was moved to the united states where he died in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine without ever being investigated or pursued as a war criminal the cia moved to protect ukrainian nationalist leader nicola legged from criminal investigation by the immigration and naturalization service in one nine hundred fifty two perhaps pantera lost his use to the us or maybe k.g.b. agents outsmarted the cia but in one nine hundred fifty nine step on bond era the leader of the ukrainian nationalists was killed in munich where he was hiding under the name of stefan pople it would be fair to say that bond became
a major symbol of ukrainian nationalism by sheer chance for he was neither its only leader nor its most powerful one dimitrov don't solve was the father of the far right to tell a tarion doctrine in ukraine andriy melnyk was the leader of another faction of the un romance you have it was a general of the ukrainian insurgent army and others contributed greatly to the movement bonder was dangerous ideology suppressed by the communist authorities but supported by external forces never really died the seeds of ukrainian nationalism were passed from generation to generation unfortunately it was just a matter of time before they would once again blossom. in one nine hundred fifty four ukraine's territory was expanded even more when nikita khrushchev the leader of the u.s.s.r. and ukrainian himself generously gave the crimean region to ukraine. historians would argue about the legitimacy of this transfer for many years to come and sixty
years after khrushchev's gift dramatic new events would take place in crimea was around the world are on ukraine as a crisis in crimea continues dozens of heavily armed men seize government buildings in crimea shot you crazy. just shrug it shell business say ok crimea is lost and the old arguments would heat up once again. the cold war would heat up and cool down by turns while both rivals were obsessive leave building up military capacity the turning point took place when the new era perestroika came to the u.s.s.r. with its new leader mikhail gorbachev in the middle of the one nine hundred eighty s. . perestroika meant restructuring towards liberalization and democratization it certainly had a positive impact on the international situation astonishing news from east germany by the sherman authorities have said that in essence of the berlin wall doesn't
mean anything anymore. but inside the u.s.s.r. the weakening of kremlin control had different consequences. in ukraine a nationalistic political organization. or people's movement emerged in one nine hundred eighty nine due to this mild openness. they advocated for independence of ukraine from the u.s.s.r. and became an incubator for leaders of ukrainian nazis. in one thousand nine hundred one one of them new book founded svoboda an openly radical nationalist party preaching the good old principles of bondage era.
per jew crane from the jews in russia ukraine for ukrainians and so on his statements got him fifth place in the simon visa and thought center top ten anti semitic world leader rankings of two thousand and twelve. but also sadly attracted numerous phone. dimitry are founded another extreme right organization treason or trident in one thousand nine hundred four. in april two thousand and thirteen became an assistant to a member of parliament from the opposition party who died. later that same year he would become the leader of the most radical ukrainian nazi group the right sector. andriy paro be would soon appear leading a whole army of ultra nationalist warriors. and the torch marches would once again light up the streets of ukrainian cities.
but. the world drastically changed in august one nine hundred ninety one when the u.s.s.r. de facto ceased to exist and the global political map welcomed many newcomers ukraine one of them in modern history it was the first time ukraine was truly independent and all on its own. the red flag came down over the kremlin tonight as president gorbachev resigned and or to an end seven decades of communist rule in the soviet union. the years after the disintegration of the u.s.s.r. became known as the crazy ninety's in all the post soviet territories. he's leaving behind fifteen independent states which share only
a disastrous economy and an uncertain future after having been under a government controlled economy the free market dramatically changed the rules of the game new business has emerged instantly in the firm. all the guards were born overnight. the former country with no class division suddenly became stratified the chosen few became rich while the rest had to fight to survive. so as opposed to new they said mr hershel as. they what does that say just going it was just two of us let us hope for this to win using your seat in the world. so well as of course it was and is a. good. a list in union to do little good reason you know and there's a in each you and me and as many of you know bumpus ideal of the system might be good idea sure this is an admission president going to michel therrien is going to
eventually you will still at the appraisal out of a socialist slush a chicago ped the people's growing discontent made ukraine more vulnerable to outside forces and a new kind of warfare was launched one not known before the color revolutions. most traders clashed with police hundreds of thousands protesting the results of the election and calling for a new vote. ukraine has had to color revolutions and it's twenty four years of independence in two thousand and four crowds of people descended upon kiev marking the start of the orange revolution. at that time ukraine became once again a battlefield of two forces the russian and western governments the culmination of this conflict took place during the presidential elections in november of two thousand and four. the two major candidates western backed victoria yuschenko and
russian leaning victoriano cove each almost equally shared the votes of ukrainians by the way calling viktor yuschenko western backed is not an exaggeration. his wife . catarina yuschenko is a former u.s. state department official and worked in the white house during the reagan administration the division was along geographic lines traditionally russian eastern ukraine voted for young age while western ukraine chose use genco by the announced result viktor yuschenko lost to victory on a co-feature but thousands of people didn't agree with it and they came to the central square of kiev on the twenty second of november. the situation received wide news coverage the country's election commission ignored reports of fraud declaring kremlin backed victory the winner international politicians such as former general secretary of nato. became frequent guests in kiev initiating
negotiations between parties in a full thirty odd it will. be able to come to. the results of the negotiations however were often reached only on paper thus you shan't go never told the supporters to stop blocking government buildings in central kiev. and therefore these nonviolent and very orange protests lasted for a month during which time the previous election results were no marred by massive corruption and new elections were announced an important nuance just three months before viktor yuschenko became a victim to a mysterious and still unsolved poisoning but it didn't prevent him from winning in the new election. though as we shall soon see there was much more than just the people's will that led to this victory this peaceful revolution and its leader were warmly welcomed by the international community but the euphoria didn't last long
yuschenko its government completely failed with reforms and lost its chance to establish democracy instead descending into infighting viktor yuschenko was not reelected for a second term but at. the end of his presidency he had the time to make one last gift to his supporters from western ukraine. the accounting firms the banks the rating agencies the government and the central bank it's called a racket the u.k. profits from it handsomely that's how the aristocracy keeps going and that's not going to stop. that i'm going to learn how to not better not ever not are not good at that i'm not
out of the i'm not of the money the daily planet at a time. this was a good time to. try to move there i'm. not up out loud to get my little money not why not act and then again why exxon and the whole people we believe just a little bit in. a lot of my kids i don't want them up with johnny who are of the moment i want to tell them what i have a little because i was a little out of them i'm a little white could not be old enough to want the pimp i don't want to put out a look at my worst party when i don't know them of the brother they. just. applied for many clubs over the years so i know the game and so i got. the ball
isn't only about what happens on the pitch to the funnel school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the super money killion a loan to spend spend be true to the twenty million player. who it's. experience like nothing else on here because i want to share what i think of what i know about the beautiful guy my great so one whole transfer. and thinks this minute. but. i was. right. in. what. was.
i the one who feels they keep on coming belgium and brazil are in the world cup quarter final as mexico japan sent home. i thank all eyes now that on the final pairings in the knockout round sweden is facing switzerland and colombia takes on a england. wife of football for a minute this tuesday dozens of secondary schools across england are going to and girls from wearing skirts as a part of a push towards gender neutrality in the classroom report on.
good morning i tell you on tuesday the third of july here in moscow bottoms kevin i win with a round up of this morning's for world news here on out. the latest world cup. so belgium secured its place in the quarter final and will face brazil this friday they sent mexico and japan back in the north stage here sometimes.
after the beginning of the second how it seemed that the belgian fags were destroyed because it looked as if their team were soon going to leave the world cup but just take a look at what these guys are going through right now. guys guys guys can you tell me. how did you how was it possible that your team made such a great comeback was it all because we have the best blazing then. we have who got to the field i need. less easy what do they offer they have nothing in them are going to do nothing. to do we are belgium. so
far. ok maybe ahead of let's say the argentina france game people thought that it was going to be that close but before and this belgian japan encounter what a surprise this was and i can tell you that when these guys come back home they will be sharing so many stories and they will tell that andres if you stand. by the way this is the team. that they are taking on as same require fire was five zero zero so going back to what i was saying when these guys come back home they will tell the folks that stayed back that it was absolutely amazing and you guys should have been here in rostov. the us.
i speak to dish a good game simple. we know the awfully good for it once for the world. and. beats to be due to be dressy that you need to be under it for some sleep even injured one hundred twenty percent of your capacity and mentally physically a. defining foresting for everybody in the team. from two zero down two or three two it's a beautiful moment for the country we need to. we need to. rest so we're screwed for the next year because we're going to be tough we are still. looking for. everybody who's a disappointment she does not mean one is continuous is someone of small to be interesting good for us.
i. we knew it was going to be tough. but i think we control defense and we were really strong and. the quality of our players they made a difference so we were really happy with the game and we just we have to be proud of the things we did well we had a great game again. germany was korea we dominated the ball all the time today was difficult but we have to learn from our experiences and i have to say we just had some sirens and police cars racing bike i suspect they're on the way to a rest name for some criminal play acting in this much oh my god name was even given man of the match by fever and the thing is we need to have fee for looking at this the way he behaved in this game is confines any other way than disgraceful it
really really annoys everyone who loves football and he looked like he was seriously on his way out of his life he was dying. but he was the next thing that would happen was he was going to be put on a stretcher put in an ambulance and we wouldn't see name again that that's the kind of play acting we're seeing at the moment we now must try and get rid of this play acting because we don't want that and the one thing that really annoys me here with this is that name checks so much attention so that means that all the kids in this world everybody thinks they might is a great player they see this and when i go and watch i have to an eight and ten eleven year old in my house i go and watch them play and you know work that's how they do every time they fall foul they look like and it's not on this is not what we want in football if i had a name i would honestly throw it in the bin after watching that game i think we saw the good the bad and definitely the ugly elf name genius best nothing wrong with
him the referees don't want to know about it he goes back on the pitch or phrases play on and walk to work you know they mustered up walked on the page it's not aren't what you see any of the other guys doing no we don't and i can see this is kind of stuff that's well i would be sending yourself quite a reputation even amongst the public now because we were talking about his play acting prior to this not to even put it to some of the fans to reproduce sort of name facial expressions and writhing. in apparent agony this is what they made of it in your face like him. to try. to sit. here all the albuquerque but i hear from.
to complete excited because and i'm sure this train will be full of mexicans and mexicans know how to party with this and then we'll make sure we get home we go as far as we can slowly and it. will be fine russian life this is there is it is the final day of that trip i'm already suffering to live is a beautiful country and this beautiful city i love. i definitely would come. back i love you will love you. i love i love russia. teams are a moscow i'm some papers for the last.