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    Terrorists stage provocation at Maiorsk checkpoint, make civilians seek refuge in Ukrainian positions, – HQ

    On Sept. 20, Russian occupiers once again demonstrated their attitude to the civilian population by launching yet another provocation against the elderly, women and children. …read more Source:...

    Board of Judges chief makes 21 mistakes in application

    Activists supervising the selection of candidates for top positions in Ukraine’s courts posted an application letter by Valentyna Simonenko, Board of Judges of Ukraine chief, with 21 grammatical, lexical and stylistic mistakes, Center for Countering Corruption writes on its Facebook page Sept. 21. …read more Source:...

    Naftogaz: The rematch is going on

    Why resignation of foreigners from the Supervisory Board of Naftogaz Ukraine is a very bad sign …read more Source:...

    Poroshenko urges UN Security Council to deploy Blue Helmets in Donbas. VIDEO

    President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko delivered a speech at a meeting of the U.N. Security Council, in which he stressed the need to deploy peacekeepers in the occupied area of the Donbas. …read more Source:...

    Large-scale multinational Dragon-2017 military exercises begin in Poland

    The large-scale Dragon-17 military exercises, in which more than 17 thousand servicemen from Poland, NATO countries, and other countries are taking part, began in Poland, Radio Poland reported. According to the Deputy Minister of Defense of Poland Michael Dvorchik, the purpose of the exercises is to work on joint actions of Polish and foreign...

    Court releases Sloviansk ex-mayor Shtepa from jail, orders 24h house arrest

    A Kharkiv court has changed the preventive measure against ex-mayor of the city of Sloviansk (the Donetsk region) Nelia Shtepa who is accused of separatism. …read more Source:...

    UN Security Council approves reform on peacekeeping operations

    The budget of the UN peacekeeping missions for 2017-2018 amounts to 6.8 billion dollars …read more Source:...

    Pat Cox: There is a new mood of self-confidence in the EU

    Irish politician, former President of the EP: The unifying forces of the EU are standing closer together rather than pushing them further apart …read more Source:...

    “In Eastern Europe, Russia continues to compromise the sovereignty of its neighbors,” – Pence

    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence wrapped Russia together with the worst state actors in the world in his speech at the United Nations General Assembly Sept. 20, naming it among the countries and terror groups “who seek to undermine the sovereignty, prosperity, and security.” …read more Source:...

    Future US ambassador to Russia: Relations with Russia is one of the major challenges for the US

    At the U.S. Senate hearings, which were held to review his appointment as new U.S. Ambassador to Russia, the former Governor of Utah, Republican Jon Huntsman Jr., who was nominated by the President of the United States Donald Trump, called the relations with Russia “among the most consequential and complex foreign policy challenges” the US faces....

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