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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Trump Cracks Down on Russia‐‐Again
    Apr06

    Trump Cracks Down on Russia‐‐Again

    The Trump administration on Friday announced a new set of sanctions against 38 individuals and entities in Russia in response to a “consistent pattern of malign activities” by the Russian government. Among those sanctioned are seven Russian oligarchs, including Oleg Deripaska; Kirill Shamalov, the former son-in-law of Russian...

    “Permanent Revolution”: Ukrainian contemporary art at Ludwig Museum
    Apr06

    “Permanent Revolution”: Ukrainian contemporary art at Ludwig Museum

    The first major presentation of Ukrainian contemporary art in Hungary opened yesterday at the Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

    Russian diplomat calls expulsions over remarks “un-Canadian”
    Apr06

    Russian diplomat calls expulsions over remarks “un-Canadian”

    Last year, a Polish history magazine and a number of pro-Russian media sites revealed Chomiak’s role as a Nazi collaborator during the Second World War. At first, Freeland suggested she was the victim of a Russian disinformation campaign. Her office later claimed Chomiak, a Ukrainian nationalist who came to Canada in 1948, didn’t...

    Low voter turnout good for Fidesz | Ukrayinska Pravda – Ukraine
    Apr06

    Low voter turnout good for Fidesz | Ukrayinska Pravda – Ukraine

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    Tennis: Ana Bogdan, through to Monterrey quarterfinals
    Apr06

    Tennis: Ana Bogdan, through to Monterrey quarterfinals

    Romanian tennis player Ana Bogdan qualified for the quarterfinals of the WTA tournament in Monterrey (Mexico), with total prizes worth 226,750 USD, on Thursday, after she defeated Spanish Sara Sorribes Tormo, 6-2, 6-3. Sixth seeded Bogdan, 25 years, WTA's 90th, concluded the game with the 21-year-old and WTA's 115th Spanish player in...

    Not case of Ukraine
    Apr06

    Not case of Ukraine

    Representatives from 14 countries, including Armenia, who took part in the session of the Executive Board for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons Organization on the “Skripal case”, joined the statement made by Russia, which stressed the need to “make sure … …read more Source:...

    “Permanent Revolution”: Ukrainian contemporary art
    Apr06

    “Permanent Revolution”: Ukrainian contemporary art

    The first major presentation of Ukrainian contemporary art in Hungary opened yesterday at the Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art. …read more Source: Budapest Business...

    Space war is coming — and the U.S. is not ready
    Apr06

    Space war is coming — and the U.S. is not ready

    War is coming to outer space, and the Pentagon warns it is not yet ready, following years of underinvesting while the military focused on a host of threats on Earth.Russia and China are years ahead of the United States in developing the means to destroy or disable satellites that the U.S. military depends on for everything from gathering...

    When Mueller Worked With Manafort’s Dictator Client
    Apr06

    When Mueller Worked With Manafort’s Dictator Client

    Photo Illustration by The Daily BeastAlmost exactly five years ago, Bob Mueller met Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, then a client of Paul Manafort. At the time, the meeting drew little attention—just at The Daily Beast. …read more Source: The Daily...

    The plight of Ukraine’s 1.7 million war-displaced
    Apr06

    The plight of Ukraine’s 1.7 million war-displaced

    Imagine at 50 years old having to leave a region you’ve called home your entire life. And imagine having to leave almost everything behind, including your livelihood. …read more Source: The...