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©SERGEY DOLZHENKO/EPA/MAXPPP - epa07092943 Activists and supporters of Ukrainian nationalist parties burn flares, torches and smoke grenades during their march to mark the 76th anniversary of the creation of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA), in downtown Kiev, Ukraine, 14 October 2018. The UPA acted mainly in the west of Ukraine until the beginning of the 1950s and had more than 40,000 soldiers in its strongest period. The UPA fought for Ukrainian independence against the Soviet Red Army and the Nazis during the Second World War.