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    WARNING GRAPHIC VIDEO: ‘It’s raining bodies’ Shocking footage of MH17 seconds after crash
    Jul20

    WARNING GRAPHIC VIDEO: ‘It’s raining bodies’ Shocking footage of MH17 seconds after crash

    DISTRESSING new footage entitled ‘It’s raining bodies’ has emerged showing the moment parts of MH17 crashed into a Ukrainian field – one year on from the tragedy. …read more Source:...

    Police in Latvia seize millions in laundered money owned by Ukrainian businessman Kurchenko
    Jul20

    Police in Latvia seize millions in laundered money owned by Ukrainian businessman Kurchenko

    Following an investigation in collaboration with the Ukrainian Interior Ministry, the police in Latvia have frozen a large amount of funds in Latvian bank accounts that were laundered by Ukrainian businessman Serhiy Kurchenko, Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov said on his “Facebook” profile, cites LETA. …read more Source:...

    Bar exploded in downtown Odesa, one person injured
    Jul20

    Bar exploded in downtown Odesa, one person injured

    Another explosion rocked the downtown of Odesa. …read more Source:...

    Poroshenko and Abbott to coordinate actions on MH17 tribunal
    Jul20

    Poroshenko and Abbott to coordinate actions on MH17 tribunal

    The two officials agreed to closely coordinate actions on this important initiative, including at the level of foreign ministers. …read more Source:...

    $80 million tied to Yanukovych associate frozen in Latvian banks
    Jul20

    $80 million tied to Yanukovych associate frozen in Latvian banks

    In cooperation with their Latvian colleagues, Ukrainian investigators have uncovered and frozen more than USD 80 mln (EUR 73 mln) worth of funds in Latvian bank accounts. The funds were moved there by Serhiy Kurchenko, a well-known associate of ousted president Viktor Yanukovych, the Russian LSM site reported yesterday via rbc.ru. …read...

    USD 80 mln tied to Yanukovych associate arrested in Latvian banks
    Jul20

    USD 80 mln tied to Yanukovych associate arrested in Latvian banks

    In cooperation with their Latvian colleagues, Ukrainian investigators have uncovered and arrested more than USD 80 mln (EUR 73 mln) worth of funds in Latvian bank accounts. The funds were moved there by Serhiy Kurchenko, a well-known associate of ousted president Viktor Yanukovych, the Russian LSM site reported yesterday via rbc.ru. …read...

    USD 80 mln funds of Yanukovych associate arrested in Latvian banks
    Jul20

    USD 80 mln funds of Yanukovych associate arrested in Latvian banks

    In cooperation with their Latvian colleagues, Ukrainian investigators have uncovered and arrested more than USD 80 mln (EUR 73 mln) worth of funds in Latvian bank accounts. The funds were moved there by Serhiy Kurchenko, a well-known associate of ousted president Viktor Yanukovych, the Russian LSM site reported yesterday via rbc.ru. …read...

    Malaysia demands international tribunal in downing of flight MH17
    Jul20

    Malaysia demands international tribunal in downing of flight MH17

    Kuala Lumpur (dpa) – Malaysia called Monday for an international tribunal in the downing of a commercial airliner over Ukraine that killed 298 people a year ago.“It is important for the (UN) Security Council to take clear and decisive action… …read more Source:...

    Dacic sees no alternative to Minsk agreements on Ukraine
    Jul20

    Dacic sees no alternative to Minsk agreements on Ukraine

    “With the Minsk Agreements we have a blueprint for reaching peace,” said Ivica Dacic. He stressed the importance of full implementation of the agreed provisions, from ceasefire to constitutional reforms. “Now we are at a crucial point in the process. I urge our hosts to take advantage of the OSCE capacities in assisting reforms, especially in the...

    Ukraine crisis: Shelling resumes in residential districts of Donetsk as rivals blame each other for breaking fragile ceasefire
    Jul19

    Ukraine crisis: Shelling resumes in residential districts of Donetsk as rivals blame each other for breaking fragile ceasefire

    An outbreak of shelling in residential districts of Donetsk, the eastern Ukrainian city under pro-Russian separatist control, has led to renewed claims by both sides that the other has violated the gradually disintegrating ceasefire. …read more Source: The...

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