Tearful scenes at Kyiv train station | USA TODAY

Tearful scenes at Kyiv train station | USA TODAY 1


  1. I will pray for Ukraine 🙏 I pray God will give the Ukrainians a Church home , I pray the Ukrainians have food, drinks , & clothes🙏🙏🙏

  2. Ukraine geography could be the battlefield for ww3 warzone across european countries. Hope this will not happen.


  3. Now they know how the people of Donetsk and Lugansk have been feeling for 8 years. Welcome To The Party.

  4. U.S. Invasions
    1914-1918 – a series of invasions of Mexico.
    1914-1934 – Haiti. After numerous rebellions, America introduces its troops, the occupation lasts 19 years.
    1916-1924 – 8-year occupation of the Dominican Republic.
    1917-1933 – military occupation of Cuba, economic protectorate.
    1917-1918 – participation in World War I.
    1918-1922 – intervention in Russia. In total, it was attended by 14 states.
    Active support was provided to the territories separated from Russia – Kolchakia and the Far Eastern Republic.
    1918-1920 – Panama. After the election troops are introduced to suppress unrest.
    1919 – COSTA RICA. U.S. troops are landed to “protect American interests.”
    1919 – U.S. troops fight on the side of Italy against the Serbs in Dolmatia.
    1919 – U.S. troops enter Honduras during elections.
    1920 – Guatemala. 2-week intervention.
    1921 – U.S. support for guerrillas fighting to overthrow Guatemalan President Carlos Herrera for the benefit of the United Fruit Company.
    1922 – intervention in Turkey.
    1922-1927 – U.S. troops in China during the People’s Revolt.
    1924-1925 – Honduras. Troops invade the country during elections.
    1925 – Panama. U.S. troops break a general strike.
    1926 – Nicaragua. Invasion.
    1927-1934 – U.S. troops are stationed throughout China.
    1932 – Invasion of El Salvador by sea. There was a rebellion there at this time.
    1937 – Nicaragua. With the help of U.S. troops, dictator Somoza comes to power, deposing the legitimate government of J. Sakasa.
    1939 – The introduction of troops into China.
    1947-1949 – Greece. U.S. troops participate in civil war, supporting fascists.
    1948-1953 – hostilities in the Philippines.
    1950 – Uprising in Puerto Rico is suppressed by U.S. troops.
    1950-1953 – Armed intervention in Korea by about one million American soldiers.
    1958 – Lebanon. Occupation of the country, counterinsurgency.
    1958 – confrontation with Panama.
    1959 – America enters Laos, the first clashes of U.S. troops in Vietnam begin.
    1959 – Haiti. The suppression of a popular uprising against the pro-American government.
    1960 – After José María Velasco is elected president of Ecuador and refuses to submit to U.S. demands to break relations with Cuba, the Americans conduct several military operations and organize a coup.
    1960 – U.S. troops enter Guatemala to prevent the removal of a U.S. puppet from power.
    1965-1973 – Military aggression against Vietnam.
    1966 – Guatemala. …U.S. troops enter the country, massacring Indians who were considered potential rebels.
    1966 – Military aid to the pro-American governments of Indonesia and the Philippines. . (60,000 people were arrested for political reasons, with the government officially employing 88 torture specialists).
    1971-1973 – bombing of Laos.
    1972 – Nicaragua. U.S. troops are brought in to support a government favored by Washington.
    1983 – Military intervention in Grenada by about 2,000 Marines.
    1986 – Attack on Libya. Bombing of Tripoli and Benghazi.
    1988 – invasion of Honduras by U.S. troops.
    1988 – U.S. warship Vincennes, in the Persian Gulf, shoots down an Iranian plane with 290 passengers on board, including 57 children.
    1989 – U.S. troops suppress riots in the Virgin Islands.
    1991 – large-scale military action against Iraq.
    1992-1994 – Occupation of Somalia. Armed violence against civilians, killing of civilians.
    1998 – Sudan. Americans destroy a pharmaceutical plant with a missile strike, claiming it produces nerve gas.
    1999 – Ignoring international law, bypassing the UN and the Security Council, U.S. NATO forces launched a 78-day campaign of aerial bombardment of the sovereign nation of Yugoslavia.
    2001 – invasion of Afghanistan.
    2003 – Bombing of Iraq.
    2011 – Libya.

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