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    Bariev: 57 political prisoners are being held in Crimea

    There are currently 57 political prisoners in the Russian-annexed Crimea, as reported by the head of the Board of the Crimean Tatar Resource Center and member of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people, Eskender Bariev, during a press conference in Kyiv on November 6th. He noted that after Russia transferred Ilmi Umerov and Akhtem Chiyhoz, who...

    Weapon for Ukraine: What lies behing words of former US ambassador Pifer?

    Washington at an unofficial level makes it clear to Moscow that if it continues to balk on the Ukrainian issue, then the United States can indeed begin to supply arms to Ukraine. However, as long as this is a method of pressure, the White House can delay allocation of a grant for the purchase of defensive weapons for Ukraine due to fear that US...

    Putin and Erdogan to discuss the participation of Kurdish Democratic Union Party in Syrian settlement process during Erdogan’s visit to Russia

    During a visit to Moscow on November 13, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will discuss the participation of the Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) in the Syrian National Dialogue Congress with Russian leader Vladimir Putin, NTV news channel reported. Putin and Erdoğan will also discuss the fight against terrorism in Syria and Iraq. After...

    Ukrainian government should stop pushing anti-corruption activists, – Amnesty International

    The Cabinet plans to adopt new discriminative requirements for activities of non-governmental organizations …read more Source:...

    IMF-Ukraine cooperation program open to question, – EBRD

    The European Bank’s latest report hails the country’s return to international capital markets, stating, however, that the further cooperation with IMF may fail due to lack of progress in reforms …read more Source:...

    Volker: Russia has two options in the Donbas: frozen conflict or troop withdrawal

    US Department of State Special representative for Ukraine Kurt Volker has said that Russia has two options for action in the Donbas, but denies the possibility of the situation transforming into a long-term conflict. Volker said this during a briefing at the US Department of State, reports Voice of America. “Look, I think it’s a...

    Kremlin: media reports about the ban of Russian anthem at the Olympics in South Korea is ‘a provocation’

    The State Duma Deputy, Mikhail Degtyarev, has expressed the opinion that the report by the New York Times on the possible ban of the Russian anthem at the 2018 Olympics in South Korea is a “provocation” aimed at “demoralizing the Russian national team.” He stated it in a conversation with R-Sport. In his opinion,...

    Ukraine nearly doubles this year’s coal imports with the bulk of it coming from Russia

    From January to October 2017, Ukraine increased its imports of hard coal and anthracite that is 1.8 times greater than the same period last year. According to data from the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine, the increase iamounts to $2.15 billion worth of coal imports, UNIAN reports. According to the statistics of the State Fiscal Service, the main...

    “No more occupation! Russia wrestles away what we earned in Ukraine!” – Sevastopol entrepreneurs complain about pressure on business in Crimea. PHOTOS

    Entrepreneurs of the annexed Sevastopol complain about the pressure the Russian officials exert on business and recall the incomes they received before Crimea annexation. …read more Source:...

    CIA, FBI covertly recruit scientists to make North Korean and Iranian experts defect

    Agents of U.S. special services have been spreading their influence on such scientists across the globe, – The Guardian …read more Source:...

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