Holodomor news round-up – Nov 26 2009

Ukraine tears down controversial statue
It as carried out just days before Ukraine commemorates the victims of the famine, known as the Holodomor, or genocide. President Viktor Yushchenko issued a 

SASKATCHEWAN RECOGNIZES INTERNATIONAL HOLODOMOR REMEMBRANCE WEEK
This week, Saskatchewan residents will reflect upon the millions of Ukrainians who died as a result of the Holodomor, a man-made famine that took place in …

Lithuania is set to share its euro-integration experience and deepen economic 
As part the visit, President Dalia Grybauskaitė will also pay honours to victims of the Great Famine in Ukraine at the Holodomor Memorial. Later in the day, 

Ukraine’s forgotten famine
“She lived through the Holodomor.” The Holodomor, or “death by hunger”, was unleashed on the country in 1932-33 as part of Stalin’s drive to collectivise …

Examining Ukraine’s Great Famine
Luciuk is the editor of the 2008 book Holodomor — Reflections on the Great Famine of 1932-33 in Soviet Ukraine. The book features articles by journalists, 

Russia contented with work on PACE report on 1930s famine in USSR
“We are fully satisfied with the work on the draft report, which does not disproportionately overstress the so-called Holodomor in Ukraine, on which this …

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