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    Ukrainian-made ammunition successfully tested, – Turchynov

    Also, Turchynov noted that the large-scale production of the ammunition will begin after the state testing of the ammunition …read more Source:...

    No casualties recorded yesterday, Russian proxies breached truce 13 times, – ATO HQ

    No Ukrainian soldier was killed or injured in 13 attacks committed by the combined Russian and terrorist forces in the occupied Donbas yesterday, Nov. 6. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian-speaking tour launched in Berlin

    Andry Melnik, the Ambassador of Ukraine to Germany and Michael Gräfe, the Director General of the tourist company solemnly glued the Ukrainian flag at the first bus …read more Source:...

    Another Russian journalist banned from entry to Ukraine

    He was taken off the train Moscow-Odesa …read more Source:...

    Militants hit Ukrainian position in Nevelske from grenade launcher

    From the beginning of the day, the enemy violated ceasefire regime once …read more Source:...

    I.O.C. can ban Russian anthem at Olympics 2018

    Decision on sanctions against Russian Federation for doping at the Olympics in Sochi are going to be announced on December 5 …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s education law discussed in NATO HQ

    Liliya Hrynevych explained the article on languages to the experts of Venice Commission …read more Source:...

    Inflation, unemployment, and deep crisis of Ukrainian economy

    According to the results of 2017, Ukraine will have the highest levels of inflation and unemployment in the world …read more Source:...

    Russia keeps 60 political prisoners in Crimean jails, Eskender Bariev

    Speaking to journalists in Kyiv, a member of the Crimean Tatars Mejlis Eskender Bariev said there are about 60 political prisoners in Crimea, Krym.Realiji reported Nov. 6. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine going Ukrainian

    The circulation of books printed in Ukraine in Russia has dropped twofold over the past 5 years, said the Book Chamber of Ukraine Nov. 6. …read more Source:...

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