Feb 10, 2014
The Beaumont Enterprise
How Russia hits back at slights over WWII victory
In this Wednesday June 22, 2011 file photo, lanterns fly over one of the Soviet WWII war monuments marking the heroic resistance of the Soviet Army against the surprise Nazi German attack during a ceremony marking the 70th anniversary of Nazi invasion in the town of Brest, 360 kilometers southwest of Minsk, Belarus.
CNN thoughtfully insults memory of war heroes
CNN published the list of world's ugliest monuments on January 24th. The list included the monument called "Courage" in the city of Brest, Belarus, that was opened in memory of the fighters killed in the Great Patriotic War.
CNN Apologizes For Calling Russia's Brest Memorial One Of World's Ugliest
CNN has apologized for what it called the "unintended offense" caused by an article that included a revered World War II monument in Brest, Belarus, on its list of the "world's ugliest monuments."
The world's ugliest monuments
"Courage" possibly indicating what it takes to gaze upon this bulging concrete Belarusian who looks either very angry or just constipated.
Begin monument erected in Belarusian hometown
One hundred years after he was born in the Belarusian city of Brest, Menachem Begin , the sixth prime minister of Israel, was commemorated with a memorial in the city center last week.