Ukrainian officials have banned the movie "The Match" about a historic soccer game in 1942 between Ukrainian athletes and German soldiers occupying the country. They say the movie could spark tensions between the countries when their national teams play in the 2012 European Championships, which Ukraine is co-hosting. Officials also object to the movie's depiction of many Kiev residents as Nazi collaborators.
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