Svoboda dismisses allegations of anti-Semitism

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Oct. 29, 2012 18:56
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A file picture taken on Oct. 14 in Kyiv shows leader of Svoboda (Freedom) party Oleh Tyagnybok during celebration marking the 70th anniversary of the formation of the UPA ("Ukrayins’ka Povstans’ka Armiya"), or the Ukrainian Insurgent Army, an armed nationalist group.
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 The Oct. 28 election results putting the nationalist Svoboda Party into parliament for the first time have shocked many in Ukraine and abroad. But Svoboda’s leader, Oleh Tiahnybok, said people have nothing to fear.

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