Corey Flintoff Corey Flintoff is NPR's international correspondent based in Moscow, Russia.

Ukraine's Double Woes: War And Runaway Inflation

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Ukrainian national guardsmen practice protecting and recovering wounded comrades as American military trainers watch. Corey Flintoff/NPR hide caption

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U.S. Army Begins Training Ukrainian Soldiers

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Mikheil Saakashvili (center) is the former president of Georgia, which waged a brief war with Russia in 2008. Last month, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko (left) named Saakashvili the governor of Odessa, the port city in Ukraine, a country waging its own battle with Russia. The two are shown in Odessa on May 30. Mykola Lazarenko/Presidential Press Service Pool/AP hide caption

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A Thorn For Russia, Georgia's Ex-President Pops Up In Ukraine

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Drop In Demand Leads To Layoffs In Russia's Auto Market

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Visitors check out the Soviet-era metro cars exhibited at the Partizanskaya subway station in Moscow, as part of festivities marking the subway system's 80th anniversary. Pavel Golovkin/AP hide caption

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Glory Of Moscow's 80-Year-Old Subway Tainted By Stalin Connections

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Fighting In Eastern Ukraine Appears To Be Heating Up Again

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Chechen Leader Is A Hero Or A Villain Depending On The Movie

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Ice Cold U.S., Russia Relations Put Strain On Nuclear Agreements

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Nemtsov Report Alleges Russian Military Forces Fought In Ukraine

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Russia Marks WWII Victory Day With Biggest Parade Since Soviet Era

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Russian military personnel march in Moscow's Red Square during a rehearsal Thursday for the Victory Day military parade that will take place Saturday to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the victory over Nazi Germany in World War II. Ivan Sekretarev/AP hide caption

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At Russia's Huge WWII Remembrance, An Absence Of Western Leaders

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Bomb Attacks Increase In Ukraine's Second-Largest City, Kharkiv

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Refugees from different cities of the Donetsk region controlled by pro-Russia separatists stay March 12 in a center for refugees in the eastern Ukrainian city of Slavyansk. The cease-fire in eastern Ukraine between Kiev's forces and pro-Russian rebels has been tenuous at best, and residents of the region continue to flee; 1.2 million have been displaced by the fighting. Sergei Supinsky/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Local Volunteer Groups Lead Effort To Help Ukraine's Displaced Citizens

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Ukrainian Protestants Say Religious Intolerance Rising In Donetsk

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Cars drive past the Kremlin along the Moscow River last December. Foreign automakers had been ramping up production in Russia, but the country's economic woes have caused car sales to drop sharply. Several foreign automakers have cut back production, and General Motors is pulling out of Russia. Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP hide caption

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Foreign Carmakers Shift Into Reverse In Russia

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