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    Sobchak’s statement on Crimea has profound consequences for the future, Portnikov says

    Kseniya Sobchak’s statement that Crimea is Ukrainian under international law may not matter too much in the short term, Vitaly Portnikov says. On the one hand, it may all be part of a Kremlin game to appear tolerant. And on the other, she won’t have the chance to implement it because she isn’t going to … The post Sobchak’s...

    Donbas refugees offered free courses to learn Ukrainian

    Activists launched free courses in Ukrainian for refugees from Donbas, Lviv city council informs Oct. 26. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian MP wounded after explosion In Kyiv: What we know as of now

    On 25 October, at 22:15, a bomb went off near the car of Ihor Mosiychuk, Ukrainian MP from Radical Party. As a result, 3 people were wounded and 2 died. Mosiychuk’s bodyguard and a passer-by died in a hospital on 26 October due to the wounds. It has already been classified as a terrorist act. … The post Ukrainian MP wounded after explosion...

    Ukraine and Poland signs declaration guaranteeing the right of national minorities to study in their language

    Ukraine and Poland signed a declaration guaranteeing the rights of national minorities in the two countries to receive an education in their native language, as reported by the press service of the Ministry of National Education of Poland. “On Wednesday, October 25, Minister Anna Zalewska reported that the Ministers of Education of Poland...

    Ukraine submits a claim against Russia to European Court of Human Rights over ‘aggression in the Donbas in 2014’

    Ukraine filed a legal claim with the European Court of Human Rights or ECHR as part of the lawsuit against Russia, which relates to the events in the Donbas in 2014, as stated by the Minister of Justice of Ukraine Pavlo Petrenko, Korrespondent.net reports. Petrenko explained that Kyiv filed a “big legal position” with testimonies of...

    Military pilots in Bulgaria refuse to fly Russian MiG-29 fighters

    Some military pilots in Bulgaria are refusing to fly Russian MiG-29 fighters during training flights, citing security issues of the obsolete airplanes, stated Atanas Zapryanov, the Deputy Minister of Defense of Bulgaria, Radio Liberty reports. “Minister of Defense Krasimir Karakachanov accused the pilots who refused to fly the Russian aircraft of...

    Putin portrayed as ‘new tsar of Russia’ on The Economist’s cover

    The October issue is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Russia’s Bolshevik Revolution …read more Source:...

    Ihor Lyashenko appointed Yanukovych’s new government attorney

    The lawyer replaces Maksym Herasko, whom the court considered to have failed in performing his duties …read more Source:...

    Russia urges Ukraine to provide evidence of Kremlin’s involvement in assault on Mosiychuk

    Moscow ‘ready to consider’ any facts as long as they are proven, – Deputy Foreign Minister Karasin …read more Source:...

    Volker to visit Ukraine on October 27

    Kurt Volker met Counselor of the President of Russia Vladislav Surkov in Belgrade on October 7 …read more Source:...

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