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    Crimean Tatar Leader: only 42 percent of Crimeans voted in Russian presidential elections

    Voter turnout in the Russian presidential election in the Crimea on March 18, 2018 was 42% of voters and 8% of them spoiled ballot papers during voting, as stated by Member of Parliament and Leader of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People Refat Chubarov on his Facebook page, citing the data of the Russian Federal Security Service. “There were...

    Ukrainian military to study social sentiment in southern Russia

    The Ukrainian military has decided to conduct a sociological survey of the population of southern Russia. A tender for those wishing to fulfill this contract is open on the Ukrainian Prozorro public procurement website. The documentation for the tender shows that the customer is military unit A4398. The Ukrainian Navy’s Center for...

    Moratorium on land sale deprives Ukraine of profit, – World Bank

    The agriculture sector developed in the Soviet Union, being a leader in the sunflower export, cannot be developed properly and stop corruption …read more Source:...

    Release of hostages and taking control over buildings: Kyiv policemen preparing to liberate Donbas

    The joint detachment of the city policemen during field exercises showed the practical skills necessary to work as part of the police mission in the temporarily occupied territories of Donbas …read more Source:...

    DNR militant arrested for 60 days

    When detained, the man was wearing a military uniform of a Russian sample and a bulletproof vest produced in Russia …read more Source:...

    Chubarov: Aksyonov tried to bribe Putin’s representatives to inflate the voter turnout for the Russian elections in Crimea

    The Kremlin-controlled head of the Crimea, Sergey Aksyonov and other representatives of the local authorities tried to bribe officials of the Russian presidential administration to inflate the turnout for the Russian elections in the Crimea held on March 18, 2018, the head of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people, People’s Deputy of...

    Climate change: How global warming threatens Ukraine

    Recently, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) voiced a shocking forecast for Ukraine – according to its data, our country can soon lose up to 70% of the crop due to increasingly frequent droughts. 112.ua talked with experts of FAO and the head of agrometeorology department of the Ukrainian Hydrometeorological...

    Macron explains what he expects from Putin and Russian politics

    French President Emmanuel Macron stated that it was France’s goal to allow Russia to strengthen its position in Europe and not to fall into isolation. He said he would like to maintain “historic dialogue” with Russian President Vladimir Putin. “Putin dreams of Russia reemerging as a great power under the influence of humiliation...

    Bookmakers announce new favorites of Eurovision 2018: Israel, Norway, and Estonia

    After eight days of rehearsals in Lisbon, the bookmakers have changed their three favorites to win Eurovision Song Contest 2018: Israel, Norway, and Estonia – Eurovisionworld …read more Source:...

    SBU determines identities of 26 Russian officers who trained Wagner Group

    SBU determined the identities of Oleh Demyanenko, lieutenant colonel of Russian Armed Forces, who is responsible for the training of the so-called company task group Karpaty, which mostly consisted of Ukrainian citizens – members of the armed gangs in Donbas …read more Source:...

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