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Section: News from Ukraine

    Russia carries out naval exercises in the Baltic Sea

    The Russian Federation Navy’s Baltic fleet comprising 24 warships and various support vessels has been deployed in the Baltic Sea as part of its military exercises in the Kaliningrad region, ERR.ee reported. Naval aviation conducted training in the same area, conducting bomb strikes on ground targets. The maneuvers took place in the...

    Baltic Governments respond to growing Russian spy threat

    Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania face a larger danger from recruited individuals inside their populations—either within the ethnic-Russian minorities (which are still numerous in Estonia and Latvia) or among dissatisfied groups within the titular nationalities …read more Source:...

    Hacked military docs reveal how the Russian 18th motorized brigade invaded Crimea

    The Russian occupation of Crimea started back in 2014, four years ago, following the three-month long Euromaidan protests in Ukraine, which culminated in nearly one hundred protesters being shot by police special units, after which then-president Viktor Yanukovych fled Ukraine to Russia. Many top officials, including ministers, parliament...

    Industrial output increases by 3,0%, – Ukraine’s Statistics Service

    The industrial output decreased by 5% in April this year compared with the previous month. …read more Source:...

    Human Rights Watch calls for boycott of 2018 World Cup opening match

    Human Rights Watch, a prominent human rights organization, has called for a political boycott of the opening match of the World Cup, which will be held on June 14 in Russia. Kenneth Roth, the Executive Director of the organization, announced this in a special statement on Tuesday, May 22. “World leaders should signal to President Putin that...

    Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry claims threat to lives of Balukh, Sentsov

    MFA demands from Russia to release the Ukrainian political prisoners …read more Source:...

    Russia accused of war crimes during 2008 conflict

    Georgian Government claimed Russian troops rushed into Georgia’s two provinces – South Ossetia and Abkhazia when the conflict started. Around 30, 000 soldiers were deployed …read more Source:...

    Russia responds to media reports about failures of missile tests

    Information regarding the failed tests of Russian nuclear cruise missiles, which was disseminated earlier by American media, may not reflect the real situation, as stated by the member of the expert council of the Military and Industrial Commission, Viktor Murakhovsky. According to him, the US could have taken the “missile drop tests,” during...

    Ukraine’s reporter detained and sentenced in Belarus

    Pavlo Sharoyko, Ukrainian journalist, is accused of espionage …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s Prosecutor’s Office opens case due to militants’ intention to flood Yunkom mine

    Russia’s occupation administration is aware that such actions can lead to the environmental disaster …read more Source:...

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