An international custody battle is brewing over recently discovered murals by a Polish Jewish artist killed in Ukraine during the Nazi occupation by Irina Sandul ODESSA, Ukraine–If somebody had told the Kalyughnys, an elderly couple living in the sleepy western Ukrainian town of Drohobych, that their small, shabby apartment would be at the center of […]

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