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    Oil rebounds from two-month lows, outlook seen volatile
    Jul08

    Oil rebounds from two-month lows, outlook seen volatile

    Oil prices rebounded on Friday, bouncing off two-month lows hit in the previous session when prices fell 5% on news that the U.S. weekly crude draw missed some forecasts, Reuters reported.Traders said that the outlook looked volatile as a refined product glut and slowing economic growth weighed on markets while the risk of supply disruptions...

    Eyewitnesses stream video of Dallas shooting
    Jul08

    Eyewitnesses stream video of Dallas shooting

    Eyewitnesses in Dallas post on social networks footage of the shootout that killed at least five police officers overnight Friday.One of the videos shows a man with an automatic rifle, who first shoots while hiding behind the columns of the building, then shooting a police officer pointblank. The video was filmed from the rooftop of a nearby...

    Rada appoints NBU Council members under its quota
    Jul08

    Rada appoints NBU Council members under its quota

    The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, the country`s parliament, has appointed members of the Council of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) under its quota.The NBU Council includes Head of the Economic Theory Department at Ternopil National Economic University Victor Koziuk (elected for the period of seven years), ex-Director of the NBU General...

    Parubiy to Kerry: Despite war in Donbas, Ukraine continues reform
    Jul08

    Parubiy to Kerry: Despite war in Donbas, Ukraine continues reform

    Despite great challenges and political tensions in Ukraine, the Verkhovna Rada adopts revolutionary decisions for reforming the country, Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Andriy Parubiy said during a meeting with U.S. State Secretary John Kerry on Thursday.”Quite recently, the parliament has passed amendments on the reform of the...

    Dallas sky closed as five officers killed, six hurt by snipers
    Jul08

    Dallas sky closed as five officers killed, six hurt by snipers

    Five Dallas police officers have been killed and six wounded by sniper fire during protests against the shooting of black men by police, authorities say, according to the BBC`s updated information.Five Dallas police officers have been killed and six wounded by sniper fire during protests against the shooting of black men by police, authorities...

    U.S. stands by open-door policy for Ukraine, but ”long way to modernization” lies ahead – Kerry
    Jul08

    U.S. stands by open-door policy for Ukraine, but ”long way to modernization” lies ahead – Kerry

    The United States will maintain an open-door policy for membership in the Alliance if Ukraine is ready to join it, but it is too early to talk about it, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said in Kyiv during a joint press conference with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, according to an UNIAN correspondent.”The United States stands by our...

    NABU gets technical equipment, software from U.S. Gov`t
    Jul08

    NABU gets technical equipment, software from U.S. Gov`t

    In accordance with the agreements on international technical assistance, the U.S. Government transferred technical equipment, software, and office furniture to Ukraine`s newly-created anti-corruption watchdog, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU).”Within the framework of the project titled ”Capacity development of the newly established...

    Ukroboronprom supplies over 1,000 pieces of weapons, equipment to Ukrainian army
    Jul08

    Ukroboronprom supplies over 1,000 pieces of weapons, equipment to Ukrainian army

    Ukraine`s major state-owned arms manufacturer Ukroboronprom has handed over 1,067 items of weapons and military equipment to the Ukrainian army since the beginning of the year, the company`s press service reported.The Ukrainian military have received 646 units of new and upgraded machines, including rocket and artillery weapons, missiles and...

    Sanctions to continue if Russia refuses to address Donbas, Crimea issues – Kerry
    Jul08

    Sanctions to continue if Russia refuses to address Donbas, Crimea issues – Kerry

    The sanctions imposed on Russia by the U.S. and other western powers will remain in place if Moscow fails to resolve the situation in Donbas and Crimea, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry stated at a joint presser with Ukraine`s president Petro Poroshenko in Kyiv, Ukraine Today reported.”So, make no mistake, if Russia chooses the path of...

    Pro-Russian militants continue shelling ATO forces in Donetsk region
    Jul08

    Pro-Russian militants continue shelling ATO forces in Donetsk region

    The combined Russian-separatist forces attacked the Ukrainian army positions in eastern Ukraine 56 times in the past 24 hours, using banned weapons, according to the press center of the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) Headquarters.”In the Donetsk sector, 30 episodes of enemy shelling were reported. The occupiers fired 122mm artillery systems on...

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