Reassembling Ukraine’s Secrets, Piece by Shredded Piece
Posted: 3/21/2014  |  By: Sherry Ricchiardi | AJR
In a small, two-story building in Kiev, ordinary citizens work side by side with journalists, piecing together piles of shredded documents they hope will shed light on the regime of ex-president Viktor Yanukovych who is under indictment for massive corruption.

Office workers skip lunch to glue tiny slivers of paper on colored sheets that are scanned and numbered. Students drop in after classes to help.