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  1. Con el término literatura rusa se alude no solo a la literatura de Rusia, sino también a la literatura escrita en ruso por miembros de otras naciones que se independizaron de la extinta Unión de Repúblicas Socialistas Soviéticas (URSS) o por emigrados que fueron acogidos en ella.

  2. Carpatho-Ukraine or Carpathian Ukraine (Ukrainian: Карпа́тська Украї́на, romanized: Karpats’ka Ukrayina, IPA: [kɐrˈpɑtsʲkɐ ʊkrɐˈjinɐ]) was an autonomous region within the Second Czechoslovak Republic, created in December 1938 by renaming Subcarpathian Rus' whose full administrative and political autonomy was confirmed by the Constitutional law of 22 November 1938.

  3. The first government headed by Arseniy Yatsenyuk was created in Ukraine on 27 February 2014 in the aftermath of the Revolution of Dignity. The cabinet was formed as a coalition of the Batkivschyna, UDAR and Svoboda political parties, the Economic Development and Sovereign European Ukraine parliamentary factions, and a number of unaffiliated MPs.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › TV_RainTV Rain - Wikipedia

    TV Rain was founded in 2010 by two women, Natalya Sindeyeva, media entrepreneur and owner, and Vera Krichevskaya, a TV and documentary film director. It has focused on news, discussions, culture, politics, business reports, and documentaries.

  5. Ivan Tsarevich and the Gray Wolf 3 also commonly known as Prince Ivan and the Grey Wolf 3 (Russian: Иван Царевич и Серый волк 3, romanized: Ivan Tsarevich i Seriy volk 3) is a 2016 Russian full-length traditionally-animated film directed by Darina Schmidt.

  6. Early life. Viswanathan Anand was born on 11 December 1969 in Mayiladuthurai, Tamil Nadu, India, and moved to Chennai, Tamil Nadu where he grew up. His father, Krishnamurthy Viswanathan, was a general manager of Southern Railways who had studied in Jamalpur, Bihar; and his mother, Sushila, was a housewife, chess aficionado, and an influential socialite.

  7. General Yefremov had been sent on a suicide mission by none other than Zhukov, and the statue seemed to be Stalin's way of publicly saying that Zhukov was evil for sending a brave general to his death. See also. Coronation Park, Delhi, where many British Indian monuments are stored. Grūtas Park, in Lithuania, known colloquially as "Stalin World"