INTERVIEW/As China looms, ex-Ukraine minister warns 'invasion has a price'
Armed and hunkered down in his country's capital city Kyiv, former Ukrainian government minister Volodymyr Omelyan hopes Russia's faltering attempts to topple his country's democracy serves as a warning to authoritarians: "The best explanations are the dead bodies."
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