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“I just want to die in Ukrainian Ukraine, not Putin’s one.”

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“I just want to die in Ukrainian Ukraine, not Putin’s one.”

OLEH LUTSAI, 70, explaining why he did not intend to leave his recently liberated town of Hrakove, Ukraine, where he lived with his neighbors in the basement of a bombed-out apartment complex for four months during a Russian occupation.

“It really is filling that gap that our society has not filled.”

SONYA BORRERO, a pro-abortion professor of medicine at University of Pittsburgh, referring to how pro-life pregnancy resource centers assist pregnant women with practical needs.

“They want to seal off Chinese churches from the outside world.”

Pastor PAN YONGGUANG, who fled China with his congregation due to increasing persecution from Communist authorities there. Now in Thailand, the church members say they and their family members have continued to experience harassment from Chinese agents.

“It felt like a 10-pound pinecone hit the back of my head.”

University of Richmond biochemistry professor MICHAEL LEOPOLD, who was attacked twice on the Virginia school’s campus by an owl. “My wife says to walk with an umbrella,” he told WRIC-TV.


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