The story of John Demjanjuk, the Ukrainian-American convicted in Germany on May 11, dominated international newswires on the heels of 25th anniversary coverage of the Chornobyl nuclear disaster.

Meanwhile, Ukraine’s domestic conflicts over World War II played out violently on May 9.

Again, the world is peppered with grim Ukrainian history amid the fluff about the latest saucy, semi-nude protests of the homegrown Femen women’s group.

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