Monument Commemorating Journalist Sheremet Unveiled On Fourth Anniversary Of His Murder.

A monument commemorating journalist Pavel Sheremet, a Belarusian-born Russian citizen who had made Kyiv his permanent home, has been unveiled in the Ukrainian capital to commemorate the fourth anniversary of his killing.

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