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Section: News from Ukraine

    Hearing on Martynenko case postponed until April 22, he spends night in cell

    The trial hearing to choose a preventive measure against former People’s Front MP Mykola Martynenko was postponed to 10 a.m. on April 22. …read more Source:...

    Marinka after mortar shelling: Photo

    More than 5 residential houses destroyed in the city, part of the city was de-energized due to power line damages …read more Source:...

    Two Ukrainian soldiers wounded, 41 militants’ attacks reported, – ATO HQ

    The situation in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) zone remains tense. …read more Source:...

    Court hearing on choosing preventive measure for Martynenko to resume at 10 a.m.

    Prosecutors, who expressed the need to review the statements of people’s deputies, requested to postpone the session …read more Source:...

    41 attacks reported in ATO zone, two Ukrainian soldiers wounded

    Ceasefire violations continue …read more Source:...

    US Secretary of State ambassador Tina Kaidanow travels to Ukraine to discuss security issues

    Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs Ambassador Tina Kaidanow will travel to Germany, Estonia, and Ukraine April 23-29 for discussions on a variety of international security issues. …read more Source:...

    Avakov shaping up power agencies. He needs loyal sidekicks – Donbas volunteer

    Interior Minister Arsen Avakov may use ex-riot police accused of shooting Maidan protesters in 2014 to quash public actions in the future. The dirtier their service record is the better as it will be easier to keep them on the hook, Donbas volunteer Roman Donik said Apr. 21, Gordon reports. …read more Source:...

    15 lawmakers, 4 ministers urging court to release Martynenko on bail

    Mykola Martynenko, detained Apr. 21 on charges of gross corruption and embezzlement of huge sums of money, must be released on bail, his defense lawyers say. The prosecution, meanwhile, insists on pre-trial custody, saying Martynenko is a flight risk, Ukrinform reports Apr. 22. …read more Source:...

    Putin reaffirms Stalinist version of origins of World War II, Pavlova says

    No issue is as sensitive in Russian society as World War II, a conflict Russians call “The Great Fatherland War,” and consequently no shift in its interpretation by senior officials provides a better indication about the priorities and directions that Moscow will pursue in the future. Until Nikita Khrushchev’s secret speech in 1956...

    Ukraine connects all international checkpoints to Interpol base

    Ukraine connected all of its international checkpoints to the Interpol base on the state border. This was reported by Deputy Interior Minister Vadim Troyan during a briefing at the Boryspil airport on Thursday. “Ukraine connected to the Interpol database in August 2015. For a year and a half we managed to connect all the international...

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