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    Ukrainian premier resigns
    Jul24

    Ukrainian premier resigns

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk has tendered his resignation. He said this after consultation with MPs from the rostrum of the Verkhovna Rada on Thursday. “I am announcing my resignation due to the collapse of the coalition and the blocking of government initiatives,” he said. ap 24.07.2014...

    Poroshenko disappointed by France’s decision to sell Mistrals to Russia
    Jul24

    Poroshenko disappointed by France’s decision to sell Mistrals to Russia

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said he is disappointed by France’s decision to continue cooperation with Russia in the sale of Mistral helicopter carriers. He said this at a meeting with members of the European People’s Party, the press service of the head of state said. “We are disappointed by France’s decision...

    Terrorists hold 150 orphaned children hostage
    Jul24

    Terrorists hold 150 orphaned children hostage

    About 150 children from orphanages are still being held hostage by pro-Russian terrorists, because as of July 24 they have not been evacuated from the ATO area in Donetsk region, the OstroV online edition reported on Thursday. “All children and childcare centers in Makiyivka and Donetsk and other cities remain in their places. Everything is...

    Party of Regions creates no coalition and thinks about elections
    Jul24

    Party of Regions creates no coalition and thinks about elections

    Leader of the Party of Regions faction Oleksandr Yefremov swears that he plans not a new coalition. However, the Party of Regions thinks about the upcoming early parliamentary elections. He said on the sidelines of the Verkhovna Rada, a Ukrinform correspondent reports. “It makes no sense to create a new coalition in this parliament. 67% of...

    Lithuania preparing sanctions against Russia
    Jul24

    Lithuania preparing sanctions against Russia

    Lithuania is considering introducing national sanctions against Russian citizens as a response to the escalating crisis in Ukraine. This was stated by Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite, the DELFI news portal reported. “The Foreign Affairs Ministry is dealing with this. I think that we will soon learn about the content of such...

    Ukrainian on board plane that crashed in Africa
    Jul24

    Ukrainian on board plane that crashed in Africa

    A Ukrainian citizen was on board an Air Algerie plane that crashed in Niger on Thursday, Burkina Faso Transport Minister Jean Bertin Ouedraogo has said, according to Fox News. “The list of passengers includes 51 French, 27 Burkina Faso nationals, eight Lebanese, six Algerians, five Canadians, four Germans, two Luxemburg nationals, one...

    Militants give experts access to Boeing crash site
    Jul24

    Militants give experts access to Boeing crash site

    Terrorists have allowed international experts to work without any hindrances at the crash site of the Malaysian Boeing 777 passenger jet in Donetsk region. OSCE Special Monitoring Mission spokesman Michael Bociurkiw, who is also at the crash site, said this during a conversation on Skype with the Ukrainian Crisis Media Center, the Ukrainska...

    Netherlands studying possibility of sending military-police mission to Ukraine, media reports say
    Jul24

    Netherlands studying possibility of sending military-police mission to Ukraine, media reports say

    The Dutch government is studying the possibility of sending a military-police mission to Ukraine, which would provide investigation into the Boeing 777 crash site. It is about the hundreds of military and forensic experts. The Dutch newspaper Volkskrant wrote this citing own sources. “There is a strong likelihood that such a mission will be...

    Coalition exists no more
    Jul24

    Coalition exists no more

    Speaker Oleksandr Turchynov said about the termination of the coalition European Choice in the parliament, which included 262 MPs at the beginning. He said from the rostrum of the parliament. “Today, July 24, at the plenary meeting, heads of factions of political parties UDAR and Svoboda said about the withdrawal of these factions from the...

    Two more planes with remains of Boeing crash victims leaves for Netherlands
    Jul24

    Two more planes with remains of Boeing crash victims leaves for Netherlands

    Two planes carrying the remains of 74 Malaysian Boeing 777 crash victims have left Kharkiv International Airport for the Netherlands, a Ukrinform correspondent has reported. “Seventy-four containers with the bodies and the fragments of the bodies of those killed in the plane crash have been sent. The planes will land in Eindhoven, the...

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