FILE - In this photo taken on Friday Feb. 7, 2014 a member of pro-Kremlin Young Guards of United Russia photographs a monument to a Nazi soldier outside a building, where the CNN Moscow office is located, as a protest against the CNN poll on the most ugly monuments in the world, which included the WWII monument in Brest, Belarus. U.S. television network CNN caused a firestorm when it included a war monument in Brest, a city in the former Soviet republic of Belarus, in an article on the “world’s ugliest monuments” published Jan. 24. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko, file)

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FILE - In this photo taken on Friday Feb. 7, 2014 a member of pro-Kremlin Young Guards of United Russia photographs a monument to a Nazi soldier outside a building, where the CNN Moscow office is located, as a protest against the CNN poll on the most ugly monuments in the world, which included the WWII monument in Brest, Belarus. U.S. television network CNN caused a firestorm when it included a war monument in Brest, a city in the former Soviet republic of Belarus, in an article on the “world’s ugliest monuments” published Jan. 24. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko, file)
FILE - In this photo taken on Friday Feb. 7, 2014 a member of pro-Kremlin Young Guards of United Russia photographs a monument to a Nazi soldier outside a building, where the CNN Moscow office is located, as a protest against the CNN poll on the most ugly monuments in the world, which included the WWII monument in Brest, Belarus. U.S. television network CNN caused a firestorm when it included a war monument in Brest, a city in the former Soviet republic of Belarus, in an article on the “world’s ugliest monuments” published Jan. 24. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko, file)
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