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Selected Samples

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January 2023

Para Taekwondo offers unprecedented opportunities for its athletes - from prestigious awards and financial prizes to travel to exotic locales and competing at the Paralympic Games. No matter what your goals are in sport - Para Taekwondo has you covered.


December 2022

Nepal's Para Taekwondo team continues its history-making path as Shrijana Ghising becomes Nepal's first-ever international champion at the season-ending Para Grand Prix Finals in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 

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November 2022

Extreme poverty, family tragedy, and personal disaster could not keep Thailand's Khwansuda Phuangkitcha from becoming the best in the world - twice. 

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Summer 2021

This Summer 2021 editorial celebrates Lviv Today's first issue back since COVID-19 temporarily suspended the print journal. The editorial covers how Lviv coped with COVID-19 and how the city is springing back to life - and how Lviv Today's return marks an important step in that recovery.

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May 2020

As we look through the history of Soviet Ukraine, we'll get to know Ukraine's two most famous directors - Oleksandr Dovzhenko and Serhiy Paradjanov - and discover what made them so revered. We'll also look at some of the most harrowing events in Ukraine's entire history - from the horrors of the Holodomor to the struggles of Soviet dissidents to the catastrophe at Chornobyl. 

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November 2017

Ever had to transfer money into or out of Ukraine? Complicated, isn't it? This article breaks down the best ways to get your hard-earned cash into your bank accounts - wherever you may be living.

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September 2015

This September 2015 editorial covers concerns about the safety of travel to Ukraine following Russia's annexation of Crimea and the ongoing War in Donbas, arguing that for visits to Lviv - "Safe Treks" is more appropriate than complete abstinence.


March 2017

City bets fans and journalists will spend $20 million in May to attend Europe's big music contest; barring any hitches, the publicity could be priceless. 

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February 2015

This cover article covers Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to Budapest in February 2015.

Thousands of people came out on Monday to protest Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to the Hungarian capital. The protests preceded just his second appearance in the European Union since his illegal annexation of Crimea in March 2014.

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