: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: News from Ukraine

    Over 1,000 detained in anti-corruption rally in Moscow

    As of 6:43 a.m. today, 1,030 participants of an anti-corruption rally in Moscow had been brought in. …read more Source:...

    Mi-2 helicopter crash near Kramatorsk. PHOTOS+VIDEO

    Collision with a power line is cited as a preliminary cause of the tragedy. …read more Source:...

    Dead reported in Mi-2 helicopter crash near Kramatorsk. PHOTOS+VIDEO

    Collision with a power line is cited as a preliminary cause of the tragedy. …read more Source:...

    Heavy artillery, mortars, tank and Grads: Russian militants attacked Ukrainian positions 88 times yesterday, Ukraine troops retaliated, – Staff

    Over the past 24-hour period Russian militants opened fire upon Ukrainian positions in the anti-terrorist operation area (ATO) 88 times. …read more Source:...

    Mi-2 helicopter crashes near Kramatorsk. PHOTOS+VIDEO

    On Sunday, March 26, a Mi-2 military helicopter crashed near the village of Malynivka outside Ukraine’s eastern town of Kramatorsk. …read more Source:...

    Mass detentions in Russia are insult to democratic values, – US Department of State

    State Department spokesman Mark Toner called on the Russian authorities to immediately release the detainees …read more Source:...

    Three Ukrainian soldiers killed, eight wounded in combat yesterday, – ATO Staff

    Three Ukrainian military were killed in combat, eight wounded in the course of the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) in the east of Ukraine on March 26. …read more Source:...

    Number of detainees at anti-corruption rallies in Moscow reached 1 thousand people

    Mass protests were held in Moscow, St. Petersburg and dozens of Russian cities …read more Source:...

    Militants shelled Ukrainian positions in ATO zone 88 times

    As a result, three soldiers were killed and eight wounded …read more Source:...

    Media: Chinese companies are actively investing in the Crimea

    Chinese companies (including state-owned enterprises) are secretly entering the annexed Crimea as investors, providing services for the Crimean authorities and supplying the peninsula with the latest industrial equipment, according to an article written by Valentina Samar for ZN.UA. According to Samar, the Kherson office of the Security Service...

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