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    Lutsenko issues annual report on probe into Yanukovych regime crimes: “49 verdicts passed, stolen funds confiscated”

    Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yurii Lutsenko has published the annual report on progress of the investigation into the crimes against the Ukrainians committed by the regime of fugitive ex-President Viktor Yanukovych. …read more Source:...

    Poshtova Square archeological sensation: Business vs. historical heritage

    The remains of the wooden buildings, dated back to Kyivan Rus, can be destroyed by the mall construction activity in the very heart of Kyiv …read more Source:...

    Murderers of Euromaidan protesters Nigoyan, Zhyznevsky and Senyk still not found

    As Ukrainians mark the fourth anniversary of the beginning of Euromaidan movement, Prosecutor General’s Office held a briefing in Kyiv, focusing on investigation into related cases …read more Source:...

    Internal conflict in Luhansk People’s Republic

    Leader of self-styled ‘republic’ Plotnitsky stands against ‘Interior Minister’ Kornet; masked gunmen versus armed police …read more Source:...

    Filmmaker David Lynch visited Kyiv to help Ukrainian veterans fight post-traumatic stress disorder

    On 18 November, the world-famous director David Lynch has visited Kyiv for a charity dinner, aimed at gathering money to help teach Ukrainian veterans of war the Transcendental Meditation technique, which is promoted by David Lynch and his Foundation. According to Petro Poroshenko, Ukrainians can make use of this technique for psychological...

    Poland facing considerable fines for logging in Bialowieza Forest

    The European Court of Justice demanded that Poland immediately halt logging in the Białowieża Forest, the reserved primeval forest, or Warsaw will have to pay a very large fine. “Poland must immediately halt all deforestation works in the Białowieża forest with the exception of areas where the deforestation is needed in order to ensure public...

    SBU to expel Russian journalist

    Igor Petrashevich, a Russian journalist working in Kyiv, will have to leave Ukraine, SBU says Nov. 21. He will be banned to return to Ukraine for three years. …read more Source:...

    Poland dismantles Monument of Gratitude to Soldiers of the Red Army

    A monument of gratitude to the Soviet army was dismantled in the center of the Polish city of Szczecin, as stated by the Szczecin city administration, Polskie Radio reports. “The dismantling of the monument began on Wednesday. The column has been dismantled and within the next few days the foundation of the monument will be...

    ‘LPR’ terrorists’ chieftain Plotnitsky says ‘government reshuffle’ brought ‘green men’ on Luhansk streets

    Leader of the “Luhansk People’s Republic” terrorist organization better known as the “LPR” Igor Plotnitsky called ‘illegitimate’ the actions of the so-called ‘Interior Minister’ Igor Kornet, who was removed from his post on Nov. 20. …read more Source:...

    Turf battles in rebel-held Luhansk

    With TV and radio off the air and armored vehicles on the streets of the rebel-held Luhansk, the rumors are thick that it may be the result of the on-going turf battles among the rebel leaders. …read more Source:...

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