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a port city of south central Ukraine on an arm of the Black Sea


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a city in western Texas

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Tensions show no sign of abating in the Ukrainian city of Odessa, where opposition and journalists criticizing the authorities are especially in danger, according to an article by Ulrich Heyden published by the German online magazine Telepolis.
The city of Odessa is holding three days of mourning in honor of those who lost their lives in the clashes.
More than 130 people have been detained in Ukraine's southern port city of Odessa after dozens were killed in a fire and street fighting involving pro-Russian and groups supporting the government in Kiev, police said on Saturday.
Summary: Thirty-eight people died in an arson attack against a trade union building in Ukraine's southern city of Odessa late Friday, after a day of violent clashes between pro-Russian and pro-Ukrainian militants, according to officials.
Kull worked for and retired from the city of Odessa from 1959 to 1974 as an executive secretary in the Public Works Department.
He was a Jewish silversmith from Russia, who in his own lifetime was caught up in a forgery scandal and had to flee for his life from anti-Semetic violence in the city of Odessa where he lived, at the turn of the 20th Century.
In 2011, the developers created economic investment agreements with the City of Odessa, Ector County and Odessa College District.
The twin-engined Antonov turboprop was bringing 45 passengers and crew on a charter flight from the Black Sea coastal city of Odessa to Donetsk - most of them fans looking forward to attending a Champions League clash between the Ukrainian home team Shakhtar and Germany's Borussia Dortmund.
The city of Odessa, facing a dire drought situation, is looking to an unlikely example for help in finding water: the desert city of El Paso.
Simon and designer Mark Ecko launched Tikva, which builds Jewish orphanage in Ukrainian city of Odessa.
The pair have met just once before, in a Davis Cup tie in the Black Sea city of Odessa in 2006 when Murray emerged a straight-set victor on clay.
She is dating Ronaldo and she's very happy," said Marina Borisenko, 25, in her home city of Odessa in Ukraine.
KANSAS CITY, MO, March 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The City of Odessa, Missouri proclaimed March 12, 2008 "Ritchie Bros.
At age 3, Shevchenko started training in rhythmic gymnastics at the Olympic Reserve School in the port city of Odessa.
Although it's hard to tell deception from truth, records of the Soviet secret police peg Reilly's birth date as March 24, 1874, in the Ukranian port city of Odessa and allege that he was the love child of an army colonel's wife and her lover, a Jewish physician.
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