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KIEV: The change could hardly have been more confrontational or symbolic.Ukraine's capital Kiev on Thursday renamed its Soviet-era Moscow Avenue after a Russian hate figure accused by the Kremlin of siding with the Nazis during World War II.Bandera is an especially controversial figure with a strongly disputed past whose honoring by Kiev may outrage Moscow further still.Bandera escaped into neighboring western Ukraine and soon became the head of the radical wing of the Organization of Ukranian Nationalists (OUN).Ukrainian parliament member Oleksandr Brygynets said Bandera Avenue marked only the start of a wholesale change in Kiev.
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