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    The Ukrainian Museum marks Ukraine’s independence anniversary with two exhibits
    Sep09

    The Ukrainian Museum marks Ukraine’s independence anniversary with two exhibits

    NEW YORK – The Ukrainian Museum is marking two significant chapters in Ukraine’s modern history – 25 years since its declaration of independence in 1991 and the approaching centennial of the liberation struggle and short-lived independence in the early 20th century – with two parallel exhibitions. “In Metal, On Paper: Coins, Banknotes, and...

    Ukraine expects strong Paralympics showing
    Sep09

    Ukraine expects strong Paralympics showing

    Ukraine sent a team composed of 155 athletes, its largest ever squad, to the 2016 Rio Paralympics. The Ukrainian team is participating in 14 out of 22 sports. The sports include rowing, sitting volleyball, judo, table tennis, power lifting, swimming, archery, wheelchair fencing, football seven-a-side, road cycling, track cycling, paracanoe and...

    Ukraine to bar some Russian singers after Kiev chosen to host Eurovision
    Sep09

    Ukraine to bar some Russian singers after Kiev chosen to host Eurovision

    KIEV (Reuters) – The Ukrainian government said on Friday it would deny entry to certain Russian singers if they were chosen to perform at next year’s Eurovision Song Contest, after picking the capital Kiev to host the event. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine to bar some Russian singers after Kiev chosen to host Eurovision
    Sep09

    Ukraine to bar some Russian singers after Kiev chosen to host Eurovision

    KIEV (Reuters) – The Ukrainian government said on Friday it would deny entry to certain Russian singers if they were chosen to perform at next year’s Eurovision Song Contest, after picking the capital Kiev to host the event. …read more Source:...

    New Ukraine Truce Jeopardized by First Combat Death
    Sep09

    New Ukraine Truce Jeopardized by First Combat Death

    Ukraine on Friday reported its first combat death since a new ceasefire with pro-Russian separatists went into effect on September 1 before the new school year. The announcement delivered a worrying signal that one of the most enduring in a series of truces risked collapsing just as tensions between Moscow and Kiev are scaling new heights. “In...

    “South Stream was stopped by EU, not U.S:” – U.S. official
    Sep09

    “South Stream was stopped by EU, not U.S:” – U.S. official

    The U.S. had no say in the decision on the South Stream gas pipeline, says U.S. Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Mary Warlick.For Serbia – whose only gas supply route runs through Ukraine – connecting to the Bulgarian pipeline is a priority, she also told the Belgrade daily Politika. …read more Source:...

    Bulgaria takes part in meeting on gas interconnectivity in Central and Southeast Europe
    Sep09

    Bulgaria takes part in meeting on gas interconnectivity in Central and Southeast Europe

    A meeting of the High Level Working Group on gas interconnectivity in Central and Southeast Europe took place in Budapest, Hungary. A major accent in the talks was the strengthening of regional cooperation and also the guaranteeing of security and diversification of gas supplies in the electricity sector too. A Declaration was signed for the...

    Russia holds large-scale military drills in Crimea
    Sep09

    Russia holds large-scale military drills in Crimea

    Russia on Friday deployed cruise missiles, multiple rocket launchers, tanks and its latest anti-aircraft system at massive military drills in Crimea. …read more Source: CTV...

    Ukraine Reports Combat Death Despite Truce
    Sep09

    Ukraine Reports Combat Death Despite Truce

    Ukraine has reported its first combat death since a new cease-fire with Russia-backed separatists went into effect on September 1. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    China to restart production of the world’s biggest airplane
    Sep09

    China to restart production of the world’s biggest airplane

    China has signed an agreement with a Ukrainian firm to restart manufacture of the AN-225, the world’s largest airplane. …read more Source:...