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    Ukrainian Lawmakers Approve Language Quotas
    Mar17

    Ukrainian Lawmakers Approve Language Quotas

    Ukrainian lawmakers have approved a bill that requires national television and radio stations to have at least 75 percent of their programming in the Ukrainian language. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Detroit area hosts a memorable meeting with composer Yevhen Stankovych
    Mar17

    Detroit area hosts a memorable meeting with composer Yevhen Stankovych

    WARREN, Mich. – Detroit-area music lovers were treated to an exceptional concert of contemporary Ukrainian music by Yevhen Stankovych, as performed by violinist Solomia Soroka and pianist Arthur Greene on Sunday, March 5, at St. Josaphat Parish Center in Warren, Mich. Maestro Stankovych’s name has been known for decades among the ranks of...

    Kyiv imposes sanctions on five Russian banks
    Mar17

    Kyiv imposes sanctions on five Russian banks

    KYIV – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has imposed sanctions on five banks with Russian capital functioning in Ukraine. A statement on the presidential website on March 16 said that Mr. Poroshenko signed a decree introducing sanctions on Sberbank, VS Bank, Prominvestbank, VTB Bank and BM Bank for a one-year period. The proposal to introduce...

    Ukrainian American Veterans dedicate flags to St. Nicholas Cathedral School
    Mar17

    Ukrainian American Veterans dedicate flags to St. Nicholas Cathedral School

    CHICAGO – St. Nicholas Cathedral School in Chicago has been a neighborhood landmark since its founding in 1936. Many Ukrainian American Veterans attended this school during their formative years, thus there is a special bond between the UAV and the school. There is a strong history of veterans supporting the school with scholarships and student...

    Russia vs. Nazi Germany: How Hitler Launched the Most Horrific War of All Time
    Mar17

    Russia vs. Nazi Germany: How Hitler Launched the Most Horrific War of All Time

    Robert Farley Security, Europe And millions paid the price. The end of the War in the East left the Soviet Union in control of a vast portion of the Eurasian continent. Red Army forces occupied Germany, Poland, Czechosolvakia, parts of the Balkans, the Baltic states, and parts of Finland. The Western allies remained in control of Greece and much...

    Kremlin says Ukraine cuts off rebel east with its own hands
    Mar17

    Kremlin says Ukraine cuts off rebel east with its own hands

    Ukraine is ruining its own territorial integrity with a blockade of rebel regions in the east, Russia warned Friday. …read more Source: CTV...

    Russia Will Celebrate Crimea Annexation Anniversary with Deer Races, Flash Mobs
    Mar17

    Russia Will Celebrate Crimea Annexation Anniversary with Deer Races, Flash Mobs

    A series of celebrations will be held across Russia to mark the third anniversary of its annexation of Crimea. …read more Source:...

    U.S. Calls for ‘Immediate End’ to Russia Control of Crimea
    Mar17

    U.S. Calls for ‘Immediate End’ to Russia Control of Crimea

    The State Department underlined its commitment to Ukraine, three years since the annexation. …read more Source:...

    Kremlin says Ukraine cuts off rebel east with its own hands
    Mar17

    Kremlin says Ukraine cuts off rebel east with its own hands

    MOSCOW (AP) — The Kremlin says that Ukraine is ruining its own territorial integrity with a blockade of rebel regions in the east. …read more Source: CNS...

    For the Kremlin, boosting turnout is key task for 2018 vote
    Mar17

    For the Kremlin, boosting turnout is key task for 2018 vote

    The lack of competition has progressively drained public interest in politics, and the lineup of presidential contenders for 2018 can hardly cause any excitement. “A long and dangerous confrontation caused strong public fear of a big war,” he said, adding that Trump’s victory eased those fears and softened a negative public...