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    24 hours in Donbas: militants shot 13 times

    None Ukrainian soldier was injured as a result of shootings …read more Source:...

    Russian demands London reveal chemical weapon production program

    Russian Embassy Spokesperson on March 19 said that Boris Jonson, British Foreign Minister, alluded that samples of chemical weapon actually exist …read more Source:...

    Trump to expel Russian envoys

    It was mentioned that some of Russian diplomats under the semblance of Embassy officers are believed to be officers of the intelligence service …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian President: $5 billion in bank assets remain in occupied territory

    During a meeting in Volyn Oblast, President Petro Poroshenko said that bank assets valued at $5 billion remain in the occupied territory. “One number that has never been made public is that bank assets worth $5 billion have remained in the occupied territory,” the President said. Poroshenko added that these funds cannot be withdrawn...

    Russia may lose $3 billion over tariffs imposed by Trump

    The losses of Russian companies from the introduction of duties on imported steel and aluminum by the US may amount to about $3 billion, Russian Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade, Viktor Evtukhov stated on the Rossiya 24 TV channel. “As for the losses to our businesses, our companies, according to preliminary estimates, it is at least...

    Ukraine’s SBU releases video about its part in Donbas conflict

    It was the officer of Ukraine’s security service who became the first fatality on the Ukrainian side in the entire conflict …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian Security Service shuts down the operation of the office of ‘pro-Kremlin hackers’ in Kyiv

    The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) claims to have unmasked the activities of the office of “pro-Kremlin hackers” in Kyiv. The SBU press center says that “the hacker group controlled by the FSB of Russia organized cyberattacks, in particular against critical infrastructure facilities, state, and bank institutions.”...

    Ukrainian trooper dies on Donbas due to mishandling of ammunition

    Another serviceman was injured and taken to hospital …read more Source:...

    Putin’s cousin elected to Gazprom board

    Gazprom’s Board of Directors has elected Mikhail Putin as a Deputy Chairman of the company for a period of five years, Interfax reports, citing Gazprom’s press service. He has taken the position of Alexander Kozlov, who passed away last year. Mikhail Putin is the first cousin once removed of Russian President Vladimir Putin. He was...

    Remains of Soviet terror victims re-buried in Ivano-Frankivsk

    70 men, 53 women and two children were identified as those killed by Soviet execution squads in the 1930s …read more Source:...

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