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Aggravation of long-standing conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh: What interests Turkey and Russia pursue.

The current escalation in Nagorno-Karabakh is primarily related to Azerbaijan's desire to take revenge for the events of July when Baku tried to regain some of its ground lost previously, but its attempt...

Invaders open fire on Ukrainian positions near Starohnativka.

Today, as of 12:00, one unaimed provocation by the invaders was recorded in the Joint Forces Operation area in Donetsk direction.

Verkhovna Rada calls for end to hostilities in Nagorno-Karabakh region.

Razumkov calls on the sides to sit down at the negotiating table.

Pakistan Opposition Leader Arrested In Money Laundering Case.

Pakistan's top Opposition leader and PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif was arrested by the country's anti-graft body on Monday after a court rejected his bail plea in a money laundering case.

MH17 trial: Suspect Pulatov wants to appear in court despite threat of arrest.

Pulatov's lawyers object to appearance of their client in the Schiphol Judicial Complex, an Ukrinform correspondent in The Hague reports.

Armenia, Azerbaijan battle for 2nd day as death toll rises.

It was not immediately clear what sparked the fighting, the heaviest since clashes in July killed 16 people from both sides.

Kyiv mayor reports 328 new COVID-19 cases, eight fatalities in past day.

The total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the city stands at 22,143.

DTEK Energy continues talks with special committee of holders of 35% of 2024 eurobonds.

DTEK Energy B.V. Group continues to discuss with a special committee of bondholders representing approximately 35% of the outstanding principal on eurobonds maturing in 2024 and with a rate of 10.75%, as well as with a special committee of credito...

Gerashchenko proposes to disclose talks between pilots of An-26 crash.

Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Anton Gerashchenko says it is necessary to publish the recordings of the negotiations between the pilots of an AN-26 military aircraft, which crashed on Friday near the city of Chuhuiv (Kharkiv region...

Nobel Laureate Alexievich Leaves Belarus For Medical Treatment In Germany.

Belarusian Nobel Prize-winning writer Svetlana Alexievich has left the country for treatment in Germany, according to an aide and a friend.

Ukraine intends to agree with European Commission on financing Annual Action Programme for Nuclear Safety Cooperation.

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved the draft Agreement with the European Commission on the financing of the Annual Action Programme for Nuclear Safety Cooperation.

Infrastructure Ministry to attract UAH 3.8 bln of investments by transferring seven railway stations to concession

The Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine plans to attract investments totaling UAH 3.8 billion by transferring seven railway stations to concession.

EU agrees on expansion of Russia sanctions over Kerch bridge construction – journalist.

The sanctions will be imposed against two people and four companies.

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Pakistani Opposition Leader Arrested Ahead Of Planned Protests.

Pakistan's anti-graft body has arrested opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif before planned protests next month by his party, which is seeking to force Prime Minister Imran Khan's resignation.

Ukraine’s Government to raise EUR 6 mln to improve nuclear safety.

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine adopted a draft order providing for the development of a legal basis for concluding a nuclear safety agreement between the Government of Ukraine and the European Commission.

Farmers thresh 37.6 mln tonnes of grain, legumes of new harvest

Sugar beet harvesting has started, too.

Parliament to consider draft state budget on Oct 20.

The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine will hold an extraordinary sitting to consider a draft law on the state budget for 2021 at first reading on October 20.

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Trump’s taxes: Key takeaways from the New York Times report.

The report came just weeks before Trump's re-election bid served to intensify the spotlight on Trump the businessman.

Business court repeatedly rejects SPF appeal seeking to terminate contract on purchase of Ukrtelecom with ESU.

The Kyiv Business Court again denied the State Property Fund (SPF) of Ukraine a claim against ESU LLC to terminate the privatization contract for the sale and purchase of 92.79% of Ukrtelecom's shares and recover $81.9 million in penalties for lat...

Coast guards set entangled dolphin free from nets

The patrol unit responded immediately after spotting the struggling mammal.

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Senior fellow at Atlantic Council Aslund leaving Ukrzaliznytsia's supervisory board.

Anders Aslund, a Swedish economist, senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, has decided to leave the supervisory board of JSC Ukrzaliznytsia.

Former Trump campaign manager hospitalized after self-harm threats.

Police officers talked Parscale out of his Fort Lauderdale home after his wife called police to say that he had multiple firearms and was threatening to hurt himself.

Suspect Pulatov in MH17 case ready to testify, but his lawyers object.

Oleg Pulatov, a defendant in the case of the Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 shot down in 2014 in the skies over Donbas, has said he is ready to appear before the court to prove his innocence, but his lawyers do not advise this.

«Take Home» Lawsuits Over COVID Infections Could Be Costly For US Employers.

US businesses with COVID-19 outbreaks are facing an emerging legal threat from claims that workers brought coronavirus home and infected relatives, which one risk analysis firm said could cost...

Constitutional Court to hear farmland market case Sept 29.

The motions' authors claim Parliament passed the bill in violation of the constitutional procedure, while its provisions allegedly contradict Constitutional norms.

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