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#1: Lepa Radic Yugoslav communist was 17 when she was hanged on 8 Feb. 1943 for taking arms against the Nazis. To the Nazi officer who offered her life save if she agreed to give the names of the members of her network she replied calmly "my comrades will give their names when they avenge my death." | 30 comments
#2: After the Chernobyl disaster, Cuba offered to take in 24,000 Soviet children from the Chernobyl area so that they could recover more quickly from the effects of radiation pollution in a warm, tropical climate. They spent 350 million dollars on this, & never asked to be reimbursed. | 89 comments
#3: India unveils 12ft Lenin statue on his 95th death anniversary | 44 comments
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