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Section: News from Ukraine

    Governor Zhebrivskyi says talks to cease fire in Avdiivka on Feb. 2 underway

    Chairman of the Donetsk regional military and civil administration Pavlo Zhebrivskyi says the parties started negotiations to establish cease-fire in the Donbas on Feb. 2. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainians cry foul over accusations of neo-Nazi links against striker Zozulia

    Ukrainian users of social networks have had their say in defense of striker Roman Zozulia, 27, who had to return to his former club, Real Betis, from Rayo Vallecano whose Vallekas right-wing fans have groundlessly accused the footballer of neo-Nazi links in his native Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    OSCE reported highest number of explosions in Donetsk region in observation history

    Most of the violations were recorded in Avdiivka-Yasynuvata contact line …read more Source:...

    Stoltenberg: NATO will strengthen its presence in the Black Sea region

    NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that the NATO countries’ Ministry of Defence representatives are going to adopt a package of measures to strengthen the military presence in the Black Sea region at a meeting in February, as reported at a meeting with the new president of Bulgaria, Rumen Radev. “We see a more aggressive...

    Militants shelled evacuation route from Avdiivka

    The intensity of attacks increased …read more Source:...

    Crimean artillery observer detained in Avdiivka

    Presently he is reported suspected and is being brought to Kyiv for choosing a preventive measure …read more Source:...

    NABU raids office of Ukraine’s major oil company Ukrnafta, agency chief says

    On Wednesday, Feb. 1, the members of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) conducted search in an office of Ukrnafta, the country’s largest oil company. …read more Source:...

    Radio Poland: Poland to lodge complaint in Hague tribunal over Russian Smolensk inquiry

    Poland will shortly file a complaint at the International Court of Justice against the way Russia conducted an investigation into the 2010 presidential plane crash in Smolensk, according to Radio Poland. …read more Source:...

    In the midst of hostilities: How Avdiivka lives under constant bombardment

    As at February 1, ceasefire in Avdiivka is violated, and the shelling does not stop …read more Source:...

    The debts of major Ukrainian businessmen are far more than Kyiv plans to borrow from the IMF

    The debts of major businessmen are a million times more than Ukraine plans to borrow from the International Monetary Fund until 2018, as stated in the article “Business Behind the Curtain” by Andrey Kaut in a business periodical. The edition assessed the amount of debt of major businessmen to domestic and foreign-owned banks and other creditors...

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