Professors, historians and others gathered in Riga recently to sort out the crimes of the Soviets and the Nazis, as Katya Cengel reports.Ask Paulis Klavins why he got involved with the Foundation for Promoting Democracy and you'll receive a firm, straightforward answer."Sixteen million killed under communism. Nobody doubts the number of victims, but nobody has been found guilty," Klavins says.Klavins is trying to change that - most recently, by playing the primary role in organizing a conference dedicated to victims of totalitarian regimes. At the conference, held recently in Riga, speakers...
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