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Section: News from Ukraine

    France, Norway do not recognize Russian presidential election in Crimea

    Official statements were released on Monday …read more Source:...

    Spy poisoning case: The Skripals could be poisoned via air conditioner in car

    The powdered nerve agent could have been inserted into the vehicle’s ventilation system …read more Source:...

    Tax amnesty: What’s it and why does Ukraine need it

    Ukraine has already tried to create some conditions for the shadow income legalization. But without restoring strong business confidence, this attempt to “whitewash” the economy is doomed to failure …read more Source:...

    Klimkin offers 23 ousted British diplomats work in Ukraine

    The servicemen who used to work in Russia were sacked after the diplomatic scandal, caused by the high-profile spy poisoning case …read more Source:...

    Presidential election in Russia: Putin leads with over 76 percent of votes

    The incumbent leader enjoys the largest voters’ support in his entire career …read more Source:...

    Ukraine expels journalist of TV channel Russia-24

    Officers of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) detained and deported to Russia the journalist of Russia-24 TV channel, Natalia Goncharova. According to SBU’s statement, she was preparing to shoot of anti-Ukrainian video showing an untrue image of Ukraine, misinforming the audience and harming the international image of Ukraine. SBU...

    Day in Donbas: One attack of pro-Russian militants, no losses during the day

    In the Donetsk direction militants used grenade launchers in the Avdiivka area …read more Source:...

    Attempt on Skripal threatens Gazprom’s business in the UK

    The attempt on the life of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal in the British town of Salisbury threatens Gazprom’s business in the UK, the Russian edition of DW writes. The publication notes that Britain is Russia’s fourth largest gas export market. Moscow has considered the country one of the most promising and important for the Nord...

    First results of Russian presidential elections voting in occupied Crimea appeared

    International partners and Kyiv do not recognize Russian elections in the annexed Crimea …read more Source:...

    Trump may negotiate with Putin for the same reasons he’s talking with Kim Jong-Un, Novoye Voennoye Obozreniye suggests

    The editors of Novoye voyennoye obozreniye, the military affairs supplement to Nezavisimaya gazeta, suggest that the trajectory of relations between North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un and US President Donald Trump may be a model for possible talks between Washington and Moscow at the highest level. For some months, North Korea’s Kim escalated...

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