Eight years after the Orange Revolution, a look back at English-language media

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Nov. 22, 2012, 1:46 p.m. | Ukraine | Politics — by Annabelle Chapman

Kyiv Post looks back at the historic days when Viktor Yushchenko ultimately triumphed over Viktor Yanukovych.

Annabelle Chapman

On Nov. 22, the eighth anniversary of the Orange Revolution that overturned a rigged presidential election, the Kyiv Post revisits some of the English-language reporting and analysis from those historic days when Viktor Yushchenko ultimately triumphed over Viktor Yanukovych – only to see their fortunes reversed again in 2010.

Going back to the winter 2004-2005…

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