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Dynamo Kyiv win first leg play-off match against Gent in Champions League.

The away win gives Dynamo a comfortable handicap before the second leg match they will host in Kyiv on September 29.

«Inauguration» does not legitimize Lukashenko as Belarus president – Kuleba.

At the same time, the foreign minister says Ukraine has never interfered in internal affairs of the neighboring state.

Bulgaria expelling two Russian diplomats on espionage charges.

This is the third such incident over the past 12 months.

Lebanon leader asks for help, says Beirut is ‘trying to rise from its rubble’.

President Michel Aoun made the plea in a prerecorded speech to the U.N. General Assembly's virtual summit, telling world leaders that Lebanon's many challenges are posing an unprecedented threat to its very existence.

Anticorruption bodies must remain independent – World Bank.

The Bank also stressed that the issue of corruption in Ukraine remains urgent and needs to be further addressed.

Taliban Kill 28 Policemen In Afghanistan: Officials.

The Taliban have killed 28 paramilitary policemen in fighting in southern Afghanistan, officials said Wednesday, the latest losses in an ongoing siege of a government-controlled district that could...

Germany’s ‘Uncle Brexit’ can’t explain Westminster anymore.

UN Rejection Of Sanctions Marks «Victory» Over Donald Trump: Iran.

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday declared "victory" over the United States after the UN Security Council rejected the Trump administration's bid to reimpose UN sanctions on the Islamic...

No-deal Brexit’s economic cost for UK ‘could be three times worse than that of Covid’.

New report asserts that a no-deal exit will cost Britain £2,400 per person

Crimea invaders force locals to drop Ukrainian passports– envoy to UN.

Holders of Ukrainian passports in the occupied Crimea remain under constant pressure.

UK To Host «Human Challenge» Trials For COVID-19 Vaccines: Report.

Britain is planning to host clinical trials where volunteers are deliberately infected with the new coronavirus to test the effectiveness of vaccine candidates, the Financial Times reported on...

The Decision Of The Pechersk Court On Privatbank In Favour Of Surkis Causes Great Concern In The European Union - Eu Ambassador To Ukraine.

Surkis' lawsuit against PrivatBank and the decision of the Pechersk Court in their favor cause serious concern to Ukraine's European partners.

Cult leader who claims to be reincarnation of Jesus is arrested in Russia.

Sergei Torop, known as Vissarion, has been based in depths of Siberia for past three decades

Latin America fears another ‘lost decade’ as pandemic ravages region.

Volatile politics, uneven healthcare and inequality enable coronavirus to wreak havoc

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Industrial output slowing down in annual terms

The August decline accelerated to 5.3% in annual terms.

EU unveils plan to overhaul migration

Bid to break deadlock between countries over how to manage arrivals into the bloc criticised as pandering to anti-immigration governments

Domestic violence: Offenders among military, police to be prosecuted on general grounds.

Some 142,000 cases of domestic violence were reported to the police in Ukraine in 2019.

China To Allow Foreigners With Valid Permits To Return From September 28.

China on Wednesday eased entry restrictions for foreigners holding certain residence permits, an incremental step towards reopening borders closed to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Breonna Taylor killing: Police officer is indicted by grand jury.

Brett Hankison faces charges over shooting of woman after officers burst into her home

Gove says ‘Kent access permit’ will be needed to avoid lorry congestion.

Haulage representatives criticise government’s lack of preparation

9-Year-Old Boy Kills Aunt In Pak In Suspected Dishonour Killing: Cops.

In a suspected case of dishonour killing, a nine-year-old boy shot dead his aunt after being told by his family to commit the crime in a village in Pakistan's Punjab province, the police said on...

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Ukrainian, British paratroopers practice assault on populated areas during Joint Effort 2020 drill.

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky and other top officials attended the event, the report reads.

‘Jesus of Siberia’ arrested on cult-related charges in Russia.

Sergey Torop, who leads a community of thousands in the woods of Siberia, was arrested in a major security operation.

Belarus president Alexander Lukashenko sworn in at unannounced inauguration.

One opposition leader called the secretive ceremony "a farce."

Breonna Taylor: Decision on charges for police expected Wednesday.

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron will announce Wednesday if the Louisville police officers involved in Taylor's death will face criminal charges, he said in a statement.

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