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    Canadian judges to help Ukraine boost court`s public trust
    Oct26

    Canadian judges to help Ukraine boost court`s public trust

    Three Canadian judges will travel to Ukraine next week to continue a four-year project to help the conflict-ridden country`s judicial system, CBC reported.T heir challenge: much of the Ukrainian population doesn`t trust their own legal system. ”Where do you begin with a system that doesn`t have the support or the confidence of the public?” said...

    Poroshenko, Biden discuss U.S. engagement in Minsk agreements
    Oct26

    Poroshenko, Biden discuss U.S. engagement in Minsk agreements

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has had a telephone conversation with U.S. Vice President Joe Biden during which they discussed the importance of further policy of active engagement of the U.S. side in facilitating the implementation of the Minsk peace agreements on Donbas and restoration of Ukraine`s territorial integrity, according to the...

    Russia Supreme Court doesn`t free Ukrainians Karpiuk, Klykh
    Oct26

    Russia Supreme Court doesn`t free Ukrainians Karpiuk, Klykh

    The Russian Supreme Court`s criminal judicial panel has not upheld an appeal against a Chechnya court verdict on Ukrainian citizens Mykola Karpiuk and Stanislav Klykh, who were sentenced to 22.5 and 20 years in prison, respectively, according to an UNIAN Moscow-based correspondent. The ruling against the two Ukrainians charged with involvement in...

    U.S. intelligence names main goal of Putin`s actions
    Oct26

    U.S. intelligence names main goal of Putin`s actions

    U.S. National Intelligence Director James Clapper explained the motives of Russian President Vladimir Putin, RBC reported. ”I think he is somewhat of a throwback not so much to the… Communist era or the Soviet Union but rather a throwback to the Czar era. I think he has this vision of a great Russia as a great power… It`s extremely important to...

    Reuters: 25 migrants found dead in rubber boat in Mediterranean
    Oct26

    Reuters: 25 migrants found dead in rubber boat in Mediterranean

    Twenty-five migrants were found dead in the bottom of a rubber boat in the Mediterranean, aid group Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said on Wednesday, as sea deaths look set to break last year`s record, according to Reuters. Rescuers found the dead, who had apparently suffocated after inhaling fuel, in a packed boat 26 miles from the coast of Libya...

    U.K. to send formidable force to Eastern Europe
    Oct26

    U.K. to send formidable force to Eastern Europe

    The U.K. said it would deploy tanks and drones alongside 800 troops in Eastern Europe, the first of several expected moves by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to help counter growing fears about Russia in the region, according to The Wall Street Journal. The U.K. troops will deploy in the spring and will be joined in Estonia by forces from...

    Strengthening NATO presence in Black Sea would be incomplete without participation of Ukraine, Georgia – diplomat
    Oct26

    Strengthening NATO presence in Black Sea would be incomplete without participation of Ukraine, Georgia – diplomat

    Acting Head of Ukraine`s Mission to NATO Yehor Bozhok is convinced that the increase in NATO`s presence in the Black Sea region in order to strengthen security will be incomplete without the participation of Ukraine and Georgia in this process. ”In my opinion, any actions that will be implemented in the Black Sea in the context of strengthening...

    Anger as Spain prepares to let Russian warships refuel on way back to Aleppo bombing – The Guardian
    Oct26

    Anger as Spain prepares to let Russian warships refuel on way back to Aleppo bombing – The Guardian

    Spain is facing criticism for reportedly preparing to allow the refueling of Russian warships en route to bolstering the bombing campaign against the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo, according to The Guardian. Warships led by the aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov are expected to take on fuel and supplies at the Spanish port of Ceuta after passing...

    Ukrainian Cabinet lifts restrictions on spending in preparation for Eurovision-2017
    Oct26

    Ukrainian Cabinet lifts restrictions on spending in preparation for Eurovision-2017

    The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine at its Wednesday meeting abolished the restrictions on spending in preparation for Eurovision-2017 international song contest in Kyiv, an UNIAN correspondent reports. ”The project is proposed to establish that the National Broadcasting Company in the implementation of expenditures allocated for the preparation...

    Feygin on Savchenko visit to Moscow: ”It looks very strange”
    Oct26

    Feygin on Savchenko visit to Moscow: ”It looks very strange”

    Mark Feygin, former lawyer of MP Nadia Savchenko, is convinced that before flying to Moscow for trial of Mykola Karpiuk and Stanislav Klykh, Savchenko received top-level assurances that she would be allowed to travel back to Ukraine. ”She would not have entered [into Russia] had she not received relevant guarantees at a high level. No doubt....

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