• Ukrainian collaborators who sided with Russian occupation were given top jobs and fancy titles. Now they're being hunted down

    11 days ago - By Business Insider

    Accused collaborator Galina Danilchenko, who was installed as Melitopol mayor by the Russian occupation, on August 22, 2022 Galina Danilchenko/Telegram
    In occupied parts of Ukraine, some locals decided to side with the Russians.
    Unable to get far before the war, they've gained power and as part of the occupation.
    But being a collaborator is a dangerous business - and some have a price on their heads.
    Galina Danilchenko, the "mayor" of Russian-occupied Melitopol, is trapped. Around half the city has fled since Russia occupied the city in February, according to its elected mayor, Ivan...
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