Mismanagement and heavy debts put Ukrainians in the dark KYIV-Ukraine has lived through much of this winter in darkness. In some cities electricity was switched on for only six hours a day, and doctors in hospitals were forced to operate on patients under candlelight. Elsewhere, power outages prevented bakeries from producing enough bread, causing people […]

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