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Anxious Ukraine-Americans Worry About Homeland

At Veselka, a diner in New York City's East Village favored by Ukrainian expatriates, Pavlo Kaidan admits that his anxiety over the fate of his homeland 7,000 kilometers away is hard to bear.      “I am calling over there sometimes two times, sometimes three times a day just to ask how everything is and to what is going to be," he said.  "Because every day my mom says ‘okay maybe tomorrow they [are] going to cut down the Internet; they’re going to shut...

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