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    Russian Fighter Jets in Crimea Make Emergency Training Flight
    Jun06

    Russian Fighter Jets in Crimea Make Emergency Training Flight

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The standby fighter jets of Russia’s Southern Military District carried out an emergency training flight in Crimea for checking the jets’ combat readiness, Astafiyev said. “The pair of Su-27 fighter jets on standby of the fourth formation of the air force and air defense of the Southern military district deployed in...

    Across the frontlines in Eastern Ukraine
    Jun05

    Across the frontlines in Eastern Ukraine

    A survey taken on both sides of the Eastern Ukraine frontline has surprised researchers in Berlin. A reflection of the complex conflict landscape, the results contain messages for both Kyiv and Moscow. …read more Source:...

    In Kiev: Ukrainians bid last farewell to Greek Catholic leader
    Jun05

    In Kiev: Ukrainians bid last farewell to Greek Catholic leader

    Thousands of Ukrainians gathered in Kiev on Monday to bid a final farewell to the former leader of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, Lubomyr Husar. Thousands of Ukrainians gathered in Kiev on Monday to bid a final farewell to the former leader of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, Lubomyr Husar.Husar, who was also seen as a spiritual leader...

    Nigerian student emerges best overall in Ukraine medical school
    Jun05

    Nigerian student emerges best overall in Ukraine medical school

    The student was first admitted to the Osun State University. The post Nigerian student emerges best overall in Ukraine medical school appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria. …read more Source: Premium Times...

    In Russia: Ukrainian library boss in Moscow found guilty of ‘extremism’
    Jun05

    In Russia: Ukrainian library boss in Moscow found guilty of ‘extremism’

    Natalya Sharina, 59, was given a four-year suspended sentence for allegedly inciting ethnic hatred against Russians. A Russian court on Monday found the former head of a Ukrainian library in Moscow guilty of “extremism” in a high-profile case critics labelled a political witchhunt.Natalya Sharina, 59, was given a four-year suspended...

    Crimea to Receive Over $5Bln in Investments in 2-3 Years
    Jun04

    Crimea to Receive Over $5Bln in Investments in 2-3 Years

    SIMFEROPOL (Sputnik) — Investors are ready to invest 290 billion rubles ($5.1 billion) in the Crimean economy in the near future, Andrey Melnikov, the minister of Economic Development of the Russian Republic of Crimea said Saturday on the sidelines of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF). “This is more than 290 billion rubles,...

    Germany’s top diplomat hopes for new Ukraine talks after meeting Putin
    Jun03

    Germany’s top diplomat hopes for new Ukraine talks after meeting Putin

    German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has reiterated German support for the Normandy format. He told Russian President Vladimir Putin clashes would go on until an international settlement is reached in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Putin urges end to ‘harmful chatter’ over Russian meddling 
    Jun03

    Putin urges end to ‘harmful chatter’ over Russian meddling 

    Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during a session of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum on June 2, 2017 © AFP / Olga MALTSEVASaint Petersburg, Russian Federation, Jun 2 – Russian President Vladimir Putin launched a blistering attack Friday on what he said were baseless accusations that Moscow was behind a hacking and influence...

    eNCA | Ukraine commander wounded, assassination attempt
    Jun03

    eNCA | Ukraine commander wounded, assassination attempt

    Officers said that the attacker carried a Ukrainian passport in the name of Alexander Dakar. …read more Source:...

    Six Countries to Join UN Security Council for Temporary Terms
    Jun02

    Six Countries to Join UN Security Council for Temporary Terms

    U.N. member states elected six countries Friday to temporary seats on the Security Council, the U.N. body responsible for maintaining international peace and security. Starting January 1, 2018, Ivory Coast, Equatorial Guinea, Kuwait, Poland and Peru will serve two-year terms, while the Netherlands will join for one year, in a special arrangement...

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