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    SBU detains group of people suspected of plotting acts of terror, sabotage in Odesa
    May02

    SBU detains group of people suspected of plotting acts of terror, sabotage in Odesa

    Ukraine`s SBU Security Service together with Alpha special force in Odesa has detained today, May 2, a group of local residents who are reasonably suspected of plotting terrorist attacks, acts of sabotage, and provocation, according to the SBU`s press center, an UNIAN correspondent reports. Operational and investigative actions are ongoing. Law...

    Merkel arrives in Sochi for talks with Putin
    May02

    Merkel arrives in Sochi for talks with Putin

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has arrived in the city of Sochi to discuss with Russian President Vladimir Putin the fight against terrorism, the situation in the Middle East, and the implementation of the Minsk agreements, according to TASS. The meeting will be held in preparation for the G20 summit, which will be hosted by Hamburg this July....

    Two civilians blown on trip-wire set up by occupiers in Luhansk region
    May02

    Two civilians blown on trip-wire set up by occupiers in Luhansk region

    One civilian killed and another wounded in an explosion due to triggering a trip-wire actuating device planted by the Russian-backed militants, the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine`s Defense Ministry posted on Facebook. ”May 1, local residents were blown up by a trip-wire actuating device in the vicinity of the settlement of Mykhailivka,...

    Ukraine, Canada, UK mission to perform survey flight over Russia
    May02

    Ukraine, Canada, UK mission to perform survey flight over Russia

    The joint mission of Canada, the UK, and Ukraine will carry out an observation flight over the territory of Belarus and the Russian Federation on May 2-6, as part of the Open Skies Treaty, head of the Russian National Nuclear Risk Reduction Center Sergey Ryzhkov said, according to RIA Novosti. The flight will be executed onboard the Canadian...

    West must be aware of Russia fomenting crises in Balkans – expert and former National Security Agency analyst
    May02

    West must be aware of Russia fomenting crises in Balkans – expert and former National Security Agency analyst

    Southeastern Europe is entering renewed crisis—and Moscow is fomenting more chaos at a dangerous time, John Schindler, who is a security expert and former National Security Agency analyst and counterintelligence officer, wrote in an op-ed for Observer, titled ”We Need to Putin-Proof the Balkans.” Montenegro parliament`s official approval of the...

    U.S. Congress to allocate $560 mln to Ukraine
    May02

    U.S. Congress to allocate $560 mln to Ukraine

    The Consolidated Appropriations Act 2017, which stipulates at least $560 million in aid programs for Ukraine, has been submitted to the U.S. Congress, the Ukrainian embassy to the United States posted on Facebook. In particular, at least $238 million are planned to be allocated for military assistance and security policy of Ukraine before the end...

    Deficit of Ukraine`s budget shrinks by almost 8% in Q1 2017
    May02

    Deficit of Ukraine`s budget shrinks by almost 8% in Q1 2017

    The deficit of Ukraine`s national budget in January-March 2017 was estimated at UAH 9.741 billion, or US$366.75 million, which was 7.8% lower than the deficit recorded over the same period in 2016 at UAH 10.567 billion, or $397.85 million, according to Ukraine`s Treasury Service. Revenues of the state budget over the period under review amounted...

    Seven suspected Ukrainian illegal immigrants detained in UK
    May02

    Seven suspected Ukrainian illegal immigrants detained in UK

    Seven suspected Ukrainian illegal immigrants were arrested after their yacht ran aground on the Suffolk coast on Sunday, according to Ipswich Star. The UK Coastguard, RNLI lifeboat crews, Suffolk police and UK Border Agency were all called to the scene on the banks of the River Ore, at Orford, as reported by Ipswich Star. Seven people, thought to...

    France election: Macron says EU must reform or face “Frexit”
    May02

    France election: Macron says EU must reform or face “Frexit”

    The front-runner in the French presidential election has told the BBC that the EU must reform or face the prospect of ”Frexit”. Pro-EU centrist Emmanuel Macron made the comments as he and his far-right rival Marine Le Pen held rallies in the last week of campaigning, the BBC reported. French voters go to the polls on Sunday to decide between the...

    Ukraine reports 54 Russian shellings in Donbas in last day: 1 soldiers killed, 7 wounded
    May01

    Ukraine reports 54 Russian shellings in Donbas in last day: 1 soldiers killed, 7 wounded

    Russia`s hybrid military forces attacked Ukrainian army positions in Donbas 54 times in the past 24 hours, with one Ukrainian soldier reported as killed in action (KIA) and seven as wounded in action (WIA), according to the press service of the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) Headquarters. View map in full size In the Mariupol sector, the enemy...

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