May 23 (Bloomberg) -- Ukraine's elections this Sunday should herald a fresh start after the last few troubled months. But with violence wracking parts of the country's east, voting for some citizens could become a rather dangerous endeavor and in the separatist regions, low turnout may undermine the entire democratic process. Bloomberg's Willem Marx reports from the separatist city of Donetsk about barriers to braving the ballot.
35:14 - The Iranian diaspora is large; many left at the time of the Islamic Revolution and went on to lead successful careers abroad. Now though, with the promise of sanction removal, some smell opportunity back home. Bloomberg's Golnar Motevalli has more.
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