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Section: News from Ukraine

    U.S. Assistant Secretary of State to visit Kyiv in mid-November

    Wess Mitchell will negotiate with Ukraine’s top officials and reaffirm his country’s commitment to the support of Ukraine …read more Source:...

    Donbas: Militants use Grad missile launchers to shell Ukrainian positions

    Two Ukrainian servicemen were wounded in combat area over 24 hours …read more Source:...

    Foreign investors need answers to Ukraine’s major political issues

    Ukrainian transition economy restrains the arrival of large investors to our securities market …read more Source:...

    Paradise Papers: Ukraine’s gas top manager owned offshore company, which existed for 14 months

    Pioneer Foundation company was opened on Isle of Man in early 2016 …read more Source:...

    Blasts in residential areas of rebel-held Donetsk, Makiyivka

    Artillery guns fire in the residential areas of Donetsk and Makijyvka, and allegedly Ukraine army return shelling is reported by activists in the social networks, Ostriv writes Nov. 6. …read more Source:...

    Belgian court releases Puigdemont and his associates

    They cannot leave the country without court’s permission, – El Pais …read more Source:...

    German Foreign Minister: the controversy between the US and Russia is the greatest threat to the world

    Normalization of relations between Russia and the United States is necessary to improve the world situation, stated the Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs of Germany, Sigmar Gabriel, in an interview published in the German newspaper Bild am Sonntag on Sunday. “The completely undermined relationship between the US and Russia is the...

    Day in ATO: Militants violated ceasefire nine times

    Pro-Russian mercenaries used large-caliber artillery and MLRS …read more Source:...

    Another offshore scandal: ICIJ releases The Paradise Papers

    Tax revelations hit Ukrainian President together with another 10 Ukrainians, Candian MP, Apple, Uber, Nike, etc. …read more Source:...

    Massive enemy missile attacks in Donbas

    Nov. 5, pro-Russian rebels attacked Avdijyvka and Opytne using 122-mm Grad missile batteries. This is a flagrant violation of the Minsk agreements banning involvement of large-caliber artillery, Ukraine army reports Nov. 5. …read more Source:...

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