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    76-year-old Crimean Tatar arrested for ten days for demonstration

    The day before Simferopol court fined him for 167 dollars …read more Source:...

    “This initiative is not on time,” Justice Minister Petrenko on mandatory registration of cell phone numbers

    Justice Minister Pavlo Petrenko negatively assessed the initiative by the State Special Communications Agency to tie cell phone numbers with ID data of their holders. …read more Source:...

    Department of State reacts on Putin visit Abkhazia

    The United States urges Russia to respect Georgia’s sovereignty and territorial integrity …read more Source:...

    Last plea of Crimean Tatar political prisoner Akhtem Chiygoz

    I am destined to accept this sentence as a verdict for the whole Crimean Tatar people on behalf of the Russian Federation – Chiygoz …read more Source:...

    Kerch bridge and Tavrida highway: Russian occupants demolish houses and evict people. VIDEO

    Russian authorities are demolishing property of residents of the occupied Crimea to construct the Kerch bridge and federal highway Tavrida that leads to it. …read more Source:...

    Unarmed Russian Tu-154 jet flies over Pentagon, Capitol, CIA

    The flight was part of the Treaty on Open Skies …read more Source:...

    Hearing in high treason case again former President Yanukovych. Live updates

    On Aug. 10, at 10 a.m., Obolonskyi district court of Kyiv is holding its sixth hearing in the case of high treason by former president of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych, who is charged with high treason, assistance in waging aggressive war, assistance in violation of Ukraine’s territorial integrity and immunity that lead to human casualties or...

    Woman shot, man injured in brawl between civilians and military servicemen

    According to preliminary data, the incident occurred because of routine dispute between military personnel of one of the divisions of Ukraine’s Army and civilians …read more Source:...

    Suspects in Wall project embezzlement served indictments, – NABU

    On Aug. 9, prosecutors of the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office (SAP) and detectives of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU) served indictments to seven persons detained a day before as suspects in criminal investigation into embezzling funds for the Wall project, aimed at enhancing Ukraine-Russia border and in the...

    Pentagon has plan to strike 20 DPRK’s missile sites, – media

    Priority targets will be about two dozen sites for launching missiles, test facilities and auxiliary buildings in North Korea, the report says …read more Source:...

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