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    Former UPA liason officer receives copy of her criminal case as recorded by Soviet NKVD

    97-year-old Olha Ilkiv, accompanied by her son Volodymyr, arrived at the SBU headquarters in Lviv to pick up three volumes of copies of her criminal case. Olha was arrested by the NKVD in 1950 and incarcerated in the Prison on Lontskoho. “This is a clear victory over the man who beat me and … The post Former UPA liason officer receives copy of...

    LPR authorities admit it is impossible for some separatist fighters to obtain ‘passports’ in the ‘republic’

    The Luhansk People’s Republic (LPR) refuses to issue its passports to employees of the people’s militia who are registered in territory under Ukraine’s control, as stated by Dmitry Sidorov, a member of the People’s Council of the LPR. “The servicemen of our people’s militia are not provided with passports...

    Diplomatic incomes: How much does Ukraine pay its ambassadors abroad

    112.ua continues a series of materials on the income of high-ranking Ukrainian officials. This time we will discuss the salaries of ambassadors and permanent representatives of Ukraine in various countries and authoritative international organizations abroad …read more Source:...

    UN: Donbas has become the region with the most land mines in the world

    Donbas has become the region with the most land mines in the world, as stated at a briefing on the humanitarian situation in Ukraine by U.N. Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Ursula Mueller. “Eastern Ukraine is facing problems with protection. It is rapidly becoming one of the region with the most land mines in the world, and...

    Kyiv subway, Odesa airport suffered hacker attack

    Both the subway and the airport already recovered and are now operating normally …read more Source:...

    Russia to conduct two tests of its new ‘Satan’ ballistic missile

    Before the end of the year, the Russian Ministry of Defense plans to hold two tests of the liquid-fueled intercontinental ballistic missile, RS-28 Sarmat, at the Plesetsk Cosmodrome, as reported on October 23rd by Kommersant, citing sources close to the department and the missile industry. The program is planning to launch a rocket from a silo at...

    Ukrainian Ministry of Defense: Separatists trying to capture grey zone near Shyrokyne

    Pro-Russian separatists continue provocations and are trying to occupy the “grey zone” near the town of Shyrokyne in the Donetsk region, as reported on the Facebook page of the Anti-Terrorist Operation (ATO) headquarters’ press center. “The enemy regularly tests the strength of Ukrainian soldiers, regularly fires on our...

    Border Service to collect fingerprints of Russian citizens and create own database

    In 2016, more than 1.5 million Russians entered Ukraine, while this year the number has already reached 1.4 million. …read more Source:...

    Early elections out of question, Poroshenko says

    There will be no early elections in Ukraine, according to President Petro Poroshenko. …read more Source:...

    Donbas: Four Ukrainian servicemen killed over 24 hours

    Another three were wounded …read more Source:...

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