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Ukraine to borrow EUR 6 mln from European Union for nuclear security.

The sides will have to sign a loan agreement.

Greece’s cruise ship comeback cut short by COVID-19 outbreak.

The first cruise to visit Greece since March has been halted due to 12 coronavirus cases among the crew.

Canada joins Britain, EU in plan to stem ‘catastrophic’ biodiversity loss by 2030.

With the twin crises of climate change and wildlife loss accelerating, leaders are trying to build momentum ahead of a UN meeting in China in May.

Democratic Axe party files lawsuit due to being refused to participate in elections to Kyiv City Council.

KYIV. Sept 28 (Interfax-Ukraine) – The Democratic Axe (Demokratychna Sokyra) political party is filing a lawsuit due to the fact that Kyiv City Territorial Election Commission did not allow it to participate in the elections to Kyiv City Council, ...

Pak Court Indicts Former President, His Sister In Money Laundering Case.

An anti-corruption court in Pakistan on Monday indicted former president Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Faryal Talpur in a money laundering case, a move described by his party as "victimization" of...

Britain To Return Looted 4,000-Year-Old Plaque To Iraq.

Britain will hand back a 4,000-year-old sculpture to Iraq after an investigation found that it had been looted, the British Museum said on Monday.

U.S. Might Close Embassy Unless Iraq Prevents Iran Militia Attacks

The Trump administration may close its embassy in Iraq if the government does not take steps to protect it from attacks by Iranian-backed militants.

What you need to know about the 2020 U.S. election

Global deaths from coronavirus are expected to reach a grim milestone this week, passing the million mark. Biden has made Trump's handling of the pandemic a key part of his campaign.

Zelensky urges Rada to approve anti-corruption strategy for 2020-2024.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky chaired a meeting of the National Council for Anti-Corruption Policy, at which the draft Anti-Corruption Strategy for 2020-2024 was discussed, the presidential press service said.

One in three Ukrainians would get free vaccine if it is ready – poll.

REUTERSAs many as 35% of Ukrainians polled say they would take advantage of a free coronavirus vaccine, while 50% would not get it and another 15% are undecided.The results are based on September...

Defendants in 'Sheremet case' plead not guilty in court.

Andriy Antonenko, Yana Duhar and Yulia Kuzmenko, accused in the case of the murder of journalist Pavlo Sheremet, do not plead guilty to their involvement in the commission of this crime in court.

Eighteen revelations from a trove of Trump tax records.

US president has reduced his tax bill with range of questionable measures

Ukraine, Cyprus resume active political dialogue and economic cooperation.

Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba and Foreign Minister of the Republic of Cyprus Nikos Christodoulides have agreed to intensify political dialogue and trade and economic cooperation.

Explainer: Why are Armenia and Azerbaijan fighting?.

Tensions over Nagorno-Karabakh region cause one of Europe’s ‘frozen conflicts’ to erupt

«Music Is Not A Crime» : UN Experts Urge Nigeria To Lift Singer's Death Sentence.

UN rights experts asked Nigeria on Monday to release a 22-year-old singer who was condemned to death over an allegedly blasphemous song, and said the sentence broke international law.

Mustafa Appears Before Kosovo War Crimes Court

The former head of the intelligence service of the Kosovo Security Force has made his initial appearance on charges of war crime at a court in The Hague.

Ukraine will remain dependent on external creditors in next few years - head of Raiffeisen Bank Aval.

Ukraine will remain dependent on external creditors in the next few years, Oleksandr Pysaruk, the chairman of the board of Raiffeisen Bank Aval (Kyiv), has said.

Revised bill on tourism to help promoting Ukraine abroad – Tkachenko.

Minister of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine Oleksandr Tkachenko believes that the revised bill on tourism will promote Ukraine as a tourist destination for tourists abroad.

Ukraine accumulates record high stocks of natural gas pending winter.

The country's USFs were filled by almost 90% as of September 26, 2020.

EIB, EBRD to provide $420 M for electrification of railway section in Ukraine.

The European Investment Bank (EIB) and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will allocate $420 million for the Dolynska-Mykolaiv-Kolosivka railway section electrification project.

Armenian, Azeri forces battle again, at least 30 reported killed.

Fears of Russian and Turkish involvement as Erdogan demands Armenia leave Azeri lands

Composition of court in 'Sheremet case' is determined.

At a hearing in Shevchenkivsky District Court of Kyiv on Monday, the composition of the court was determined, which will consider on the merits of the case on charges of Andriy Antonenko, Yana Duhar and Yulia Kuzmenko of involvement in the murder ...

Chornobyl zone tourism falls by 70%

Chornobyl Exclusion Zone tourism numbers have fallen by 70% this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Interpipe will buy back more 2024 eurobonds for $32.

Interpipe, an international vertically integrated pipe and wheel company, has notified holders of 2024 eurobonds about a proposal for a partial redemption of bonds totaling $32.4 million.

Composition of court in 'Sheremet case' is determined.

At a hearing in Shevchenkivsky District Court of Kyiv on Monday, the composition of the court was determined, which will consider on the merits of the case on charges of Andriy Antonenko, Yana Duhar and Yulia Kuzmenko of involvement in the murder ...

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