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    Russia opens criminal case over indictment of the Head of RIA Novosti Ukraine

    Russian Investigative Committee (IC) responded to Ukraine’s detention of RIA Novosti Ukraine’s editor-in-chief, Kirill Vyshinsky. The IC opened a criminal case for obstruction of the journalists’ work and the criminal persecution of a person known to be innocent, as reported by IC’s press service on Wednesday, May 16....

    Prosecutor General’s Office to send ICC in Hague evidence about Russian aggression in Donbas

    The mercenaries destroyed four living houses in Mykolaivka II, Donetsk region …read more Source:...

    NATO to hold its largest military exercises in history in ‘response to Russian aggression’

    In November, NATO will hold the largest group of exercises in the last 30 years with the participation of more than forty thousand people, General Denis Mercier, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation of NATO said at a press conference on Wednesday following the meeting of the Allied Chiefs of Defense. Supreme Allied Commander Europe, American...

    International Vyshyvanka Day: Some facts from history

    Vyshyvanka dress has not only cultural meaning but also a political one; it is subjected to political instrumentalization, and its meaning changes according to the epoch …read more Source:...

    Ukraine urges OSCE ODIHR to duly assess illegal voting at Russian presidential election in Crimea

    The organization may have allowed violation of judgment standards in the previous assessment, MPs assume …read more Source:...

    Ukraine holds combat helicopter drills near the demarcation line in Donbas

    The press center of the Joint Forces Operation reported that the drills involving combat helicopters were held near the line of demarcation in the Donbas. “For the first time, as part of the operation of the Joint Forces, forward air controllers were trained to direct Mi-24 crews toward ground targets. The purpose of training is to maintain...

    Ukrainian Security Service summons 47 people for questioning in the RIA Novosti case

    Deputy Chairman of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU), Viktor Kononenko, told Ukrainski Novyny that the SBU has sent out 47 summons for questioning for people related to the case of high treason against Chief Editor of RIA Novosti, Kirill Vyshinsky. According to Kononenko, interrogations are scheduled to take place soon. He informed media that...

    Tennis: Svitolina qualifies for quarterfinals of WTA tournament on Rome

    The Ukrainian defeated Russia’s Daria Kasatkina in three sets …read more Source:...

    RIA Novosti news agency editor-in-chief arrested for two months

    Kyrylo Vyshynsky is accused of state treason …read more Source:...

    By 2050, Ukraine’s population to shrink to 36 million people, – UN

    Most of Ukrainians will live in cities by then …read more Source:...

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