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Section: News from Ukraine

    Yanukovych high treason trial begins in Ukraine

    On May 4, the first preliminary session charging former president Viktor Yanukovych with high treason took place in Ukraine. Ukrainian media called this case “trial of the century”. Viktor Yanukovych is being accused of committing crimes according to the criminal code of Ukraine, most notably “High treason”, “Complicity in intentional actions,...

    Ukraine to receive $560M of US assistance in 2017

    The U.S. Congress approved the 2017 consolidated appropriations act allotting at least $560 million of assistance to Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Ruslana to be headliner of Eurovision-2017

    The first Ukrainian winner at Eurovision will present a new song …read more Source:...

    “We’ll be grazing goats and sheep,” – terrorist Khodakovsky dwells on his vision for Donbas future

    Leader of the Vostok illegal armed group Alexander Khodakovsky says the current developments in the occupied Donbas indicate that the governance model implemented in the so-called “DPR”/“LPR” is similar to the one used in the Russian-controlled Abkhazia and South Ossetia. …read more Source:...

    Russia, Turkey and Iran sign memorandum on the establishment of security zones in Syria

    At the plenary session of the 4th Astana meeting, devoted to the peaceful settlement of the Syrian conflict, Russia, Turkey and Iran signed a memorandum on the establishment of de-escalation zones in Syria, Interfax news agency reported. During the signing of the document, two members of the delegation from the Syrian opposition left the meeting....

    Presidential race in France: Macron leads, – polls

    With only two days left before the second leg of the election, En Marche leader beats his far-right rival Le Pen …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s statement at OSCE Permanent Council session (abridged)

    Kyiv decisively condemns the ongoing Russian aggression and occupation of Crimea …read more Source:...

    5-year entry ban for Russian anchor – Security Service of Ukraine

    SBU has banned a Russian TV anchor, Katerina Varnava, to travel to Ukraine for 5 years, saying her presence in Ukraine will endanger the security of the country. …read more Source:...

    Ten Ukrainian army servicemen wounded May 4

    The Ukrainian army reports 10 wounded in fighting in Donbas on May 4 …read more Source:...

    Stripping MP Artemenko of Ukrainian citizenship triggers his removal from elected office, – lawmaker Friz

    President’s decision to revoke Ukraine’s nationality of Radical Party faction MP Andrii Artemenko automatically entails his removal from the elected office and does not require Rada to vote for the early termination of his powers. …read more Source:...

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