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Section: News from Ukraine

    Human rights watchers concerned about searches, detention of RIA Novosti director

    Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group released the commentary on the high-profile state treason case …read more Source:...

    How to make sense of Japan’s delicate balance between Russia and Ukraine

    After Russia’s 2014 invasion of Ukraine, Japan imposed sanctions on Russia …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister says he will watch 2018 World Cup in Russia

    Ukraine’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin announced that he would undoubtedly be watching the world soccer tournament that will be held in Russia, but that he would not view it on Russian TV channels. “I will be watching World Cup broadcast because I believe that sport is sport. It is not soccer’s fault that in 2018,...

    400 Mykolaiv pupils were evacuated due to dispersal of gas with stench

    32 schoolchildren were taken to hospitals for examination …read more Source:...

    Shelling in Toretsk, civlians evacuated from rehab centre

    The attack commenced on Monday morning; the building took minor damage, no casualties reported …read more Source:...

    Trains between Chernivtsi and Romania’s Suceava to be launched in early 2019

    Ukrainian operators will receive another 4,500 transit permits, as well as 1,000 bilateral permits in the nearest future …read more Source:...

    IMF, Venice Commission to meet over Anti-Corruption Court in Ukraine

    Ukraine’s Parliament Speaker Andriy Parubiy announced this, saying the parties will try to agree on some issues to lessen the disputes when the Verkhovna Rada will be adopting the document …read more Source:...

    Sushchenko had no journalist visa when entering Russia in 2016, – Russian foreign ministry

    Ukrainian political prisoner remains in custody, charged with ‘espionage’; Russian aw enfrocers detained him in autumn 2016 …read more Source:...

    UK Parliament report says ‘dirty’ Russian money damages Britain

    Russian money are hidden in British assets …read more Source:...

    Russia busts Crimean Tatar ‘extremist group’ in occupied peninsula

    The FSB consider ex-leader of Mejlis Mustafa Dzhemilev to be behind the group’s activity …read more Source:...

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