Why Mila Kunis Didn’t Say She was From Ukraine

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Actor Mila Kunis used to tell people she was a Russian because it was easier than explaining she was born in Ukraine. She never felt she was crossing the line because the boundary between Ukraine and Russia never really felt like a boundary for many.

But their world has been turned upside down in the last three weeks. When Maria Shiver asked Mila Kunis if she will ever do that again…

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Shankar Narayan

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Just another Political Writer. Nothing Special. I have an opinion and love to share it with you. And I read comments and respond!

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