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Section: News from Ukraine

    Good day for Russia in Europe

    Gazprom had “agreed to play by European rules” and was now locked into “a structured process …read more Source:...

    Bus with Ukrainians got in car accident in Budapest, 28 people suffered

    Eight people hospitalized with severe injuries …read more Source:...

    Ukraine borrows money from the West without holding accountability

    MP Mustafa Nayyem on the fate of Anti-Corruption Court, western pressure, and corruption in Ukraine …read more Source:...

    German President Steinmeier to visit Ukraine today

    The politicians will discuss the cooperation, situation in Donbas and UN peacekeeping mission in the conflict zone …read more Source:...

    19-year-old Ukrainian soldier who went missing near Mariupol captured by militants

    Video of questioning of the missing soldier of the 30th Individual Mechanized Brigade of Ukraine’s Armed Forces Volodymyr Voskoboinik was posted on May 28 by the “Ministry of State Security of DPR” …read more Source:...

    Ukraine among top 10 countries that spend the most on food

    According to the United States data, in 2016, Ukrainians have spent 38% of their income on food …read more Source:...

    Militants shell 37 times in Donbas, six Ukrainian soldiers injured

    According to intelligence, three occupants were eliminated and five were wounded …read more Source:...

    Gazprom declares interference in court’s work in case against Naftogaz

    Russian gas company demands complete cancellation of Stockholm arbitration decision on a transit contract …read more Source:...

    Canada’s Conservative Party calls to give Ukraine weapons for $9.5 million

    Armaments previously assigned to the Iraqi Kurds are stored several months in the depots of Canadian Armed Forces …read more Source:...

    Jordan backs out of plans to build large nuclear plant with Russia

    Jordanian authorities have decided to back out of plans to build a large nuclear plant with Russia. The reason was that Amman considers it too expensive, reportss the Jordan Times. Russia won the tender to build the plant in Jordan in 2013. The agreement between the two countries was signed in 2015. Original plans called for the station to become...

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