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    Ukraine court sentences Russia soldiers to 14-years in prison
    Apr18

    Ukraine court sentences Russia soldiers to 14-years in prison

    A court in Ukraine has sentenced two Russian soldiers, captured in 2015, to 14 years in prison for crimes, including fighting in the conflict in the country’s troubled east. …read more Source: Iran...

    Syrians in Ukraine celebrate 70th anniversary of Independence Day
    Apr18

    Syrians in Ukraine celebrate 70th anniversary of Independence Day

    …read more Source: Syrian Arab News Agency

    Ukraine marks 30 years after Chernobyl disaster
    Apr18

    Ukraine marks 30 years after Chernobyl disaster

    Thirty years ago, a safety test at a nuclear power plant in the small city of Pripyat, Ukraine, turned into a disaster that the world …read more Source: World...

    New Ukraine finance minister wants wriggle room in IMF talks
    Apr16

    New Ukraine finance minister wants wriggle room in IMF talks

    Ukraine could ask the International Monetary Fund to revise the criteria under which it disburses loans to Kiev, the new finance minister, Oleksandr Danyliuk, said in a newspaper interview published Saturday, without providing specifics …read more Source: The Daily...

    Turkey welcomes more Ahiska Turks from eastern Ukraine
    Apr16

    Turkey welcomes more Ahiska Turks from eastern Ukraine

    Over 300 Ahiska Turks arrive in Erzincan province, where they will be provided with furnished apartments by Turkish government …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Kiev seeks jail

for suspected

Russian spies
    Apr15

    Kiev seeks jail for suspected Russian spies

    KIEV: Ukraine’s military prosecutors on Friday demanded 15-year jail terms for two suspected Russian surveillance soldiers captured in the war-torn separatist east last May. Moscow argues that sergeant Aleksander Aleksandrov and captain Yevgeny Yerofeyev had delisted from the armed forces by the time they crossed the Ukrainian border into...

    Russia to tell NATO Baltic buildup ‘absolutely unjustified’
    Apr15

    Russia to tell NATO Baltic buildup ‘absolutely unjustified’

    Russia will use rare talks with NATO next week to protest the alliance’s “absolutely unjustified” military buildup in the Baltic states, Moscow’s ambassador to Brussels said Friday, adding the alliance was using the Ukraine crisis as a pretext. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Read, don’t war: Jewish education for Ukrainian Jewish refugees
    Apr15

    Read, don’t war: Jewish education for Ukrainian Jewish refugees

    Jewish community provides shelter, employment, and education for Ukrainian refugees. Refugees: We feel safe here. …read more Source: Arutz...

    Paris, Berlin urge ‘rapid’ action by new Ukraine gov’t
    Apr15

    Paris, Berlin urge ‘rapid’ action by new Ukraine gov’t

    ‘The day after the formation of the new Ukrainian government, France and Germany expressed their full support for President Poroshenko and the new prime minister, Volodymyr Groysman’ …read more Source: World...

    Ukraine seeks 15 years in jail for suspected Russian troops
    Apr15

    Ukraine seeks 15 years in jail for suspected Russian troops

    Ukraine’s military prosecutors Friday demanded 15-year jail terms for two suspected Russian surveillance soldiers who were captured in the war-torn separatist east last May …read more Source: The Daily...

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