Two years after revolution, corruption plagues war-torn Ukraine

A USA Today article discusses the state of Ukraine two years following the ouster of Russian-backed president Viktor Yanukovych. Corruption remains rampant, and it could cause the pro-Western government in Kiev to crumble and Ukraine to lose billions of dollars in financial support from the U.S, EU and IMF. Also, Russia has created a frozen conflict in Eastern Ukraine, and this week, the Russian-backed separatists again ramped up the fighting.


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