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Section: News from Ukraine

    Trump not to forgive Putin one thing – Ohryzko

    One thing the US Senate won’t forgive Vladimir Putin is meddling with the US elections, hence, it will rubberstamp new sanctions against Russia, Ukraine’s ex-foreign minister Volodymyr Ohryzko told The Gordon, July 2. …read more Source:...

    Mass poisoning in Kyiv: only four of 103 monitored sushi restaurants had no violations

    Employees of the State Committee for Technical Regulation and Consumer Policy conducted checkups in 103 Sushi Land Evrasia and Sushi Life restaurants after several dozen people were hospitalized with food poisoning after eating in a Sushi Land Evrasia restaurant in Kyiv circus area. …read more Source:...

    Lessons, Ukraine should learn from recent large-scale cyber attack

    June 27, virus-extortionist Petya has disabled the sites and internal systems of dozens of Ukrainian companies and even of Ukraine’s Cabinet …read more Source:...

    ’14 million Russians don’t have enough money even for food’ and other neglected Russian stories

    The flood of news stories from a country as large, diverse and strange as the Russian Federation often appears to be is far too large for anyone to keep up with. But there needs to be a way to mark those which can’t be discussed in detail but which are too indicative of broader developments … The post ’14 million Russians don’t...

    Belarus celebrates Independence Day

    Ukraine’s President Poroshenko congratulated his Belarusian counterpart Lukashenko …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s SBU says Russian secret services involved in Petya.A attack

    The most recent cyberattack upon Ukrainian state agencies and companies with Petya.A malware was aimed at destabilization of current situation in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Hamburg police forbid protesters to stay overnight at local camping site

    Law enforcers maintain activists get in the way of preparations for the approaching G20 summit …read more Source:...

    Shooting incident in Avignon

    Four people were wounded during the attack; the police do not consider the attack a terrorist act …read more Source:...

    Donbas: 20 attacks on Ukrainian positions

    Two servicemen were wounded over the last 24 hours …read more Source:...

    Putin approved amendments to Russia’s ‘Martial law’ bill

    Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the federal constitutional law “On amending the federal constitutional law ‘On martial law’.” The corresponding document was published on the Kremlin’s website on Saturday. “The federal constitutional law ‘On martial law’ is a supplement to Article 101, which allows for...

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