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Reuters: Kremlin backs plans to curb foreign ownership of online news aggregators

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The Kremlin said on Tuesday that a new draft law proposing to limit foreign ownership in online news aggregators in Russia was justified, a day after shares in Russian search engine Yandex fell on reports about the plan. Read more here. The post Reuters: Kremlin backs plans to curb foreign owners...

Video of large-scale car accident in Kyiv downtown revealed

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Three people got injured, almost 20 cars damaged

UkrInform: Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Klimkin starts his visit to Warsaw

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Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin has started his working trip to Warsaw from visiting the Wolski cemetery, where he lit a candle at the monument to Holodomor victims and laid a wreath at the graves of officers and cossacks of the army of the Ukrainian People’s Republic (1917-21). Read mor...

UNIAN: Kremlin says sanctions against Ukraine not to affect Ukrainians in Russia

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Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has said Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decree implies retaliatory sanctions in response to Ukraine’s actions and they will not affect Ukrainians in Russia. Read more here. The post UNIAN: Kremlin says sanctions against Ukraine not to affect Ukraini...

Ukrainian low-coster starts selling tickets for international flights

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New Ukrainian budget airline SkyUp launched ticket sales for its first international flights on Oct. 23, reported avianews.com, an airline information portal. SkyUp, created in June 2017, previously performed only charter flights. The first one was made on May 21 from Kyiv to the Egyptian Red Sea...

Associated Press: Russian woman mocks US charges of meddling in 2018 election

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A Russian woman accused by the U.S. of helping oversee a social media effort to influence the 2018 U.S. midterm elections mocked the accusations Monday, saying that they made her feel proud. Read more here. The post Associated Press: Russian woman mocks US charges of meddling in 2018 election app...

How Russia cyber attacks helped Trump to the U.S. presidency

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It’s clearer than ever: the theft and leaking of Democratic emails were key to Clinton’s election defeat

Canadian opposition pledges continued support for Ukraine

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The Conservative Party of Canada, the largest opposition party in the country's parliament, promises not to curtail its support for Ukraine.

European Parliament Vice President to support 112 Ukraine, NewsOne fight for freedom of speech

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On October 23, general producers of 112 Ukraine and NewsOne TV channels Artem Marchevsky and Vasyl Golovanov visited the European Parliament once again

Foreigners no longer confuse Ukraine with Russia, - Poroshenko

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Congratulating the winners of the III Youth Olympic Games, Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko said that the people across the globe no longer confuse Ukraine with Russia.

Foreigners no longer confuse Ukraine with Russia, whole world knows how powerful Ukrainian army i...

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Congratulating the winners of the III Youth Olympic Games, Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko said that the people across the globe no longer confuse Ukraine with Russia.

Ancient shipwreck found in Black Sea

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An ancient Greek trading ship dating back more than 2,400 years has been found virtually intact at the bottom of the Black Sea, according to AFP.

SkyUP airline opens ticket sales for international flights from Kyiv

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The prices for the flights start from $35

JFO commander hosts delegation headed by US Ambassador to Ukraine

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Commander of the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) Lieutenant-General Serhiy Nayev has held a working meeting with the U.S. delegation led by the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch as part of their visit to the JFO area. “The United States of America is a reliable ally and a consistent...

Ukraine to allocate UAH 922.5 mln for emergency medicine in 2019 - PM

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Ukraine's draft state budget for 2019 foresees the allocation of UAH 922.5 million for financing emergency medicine reform, Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman has said.

Investigation on riot in one of Kyiv prisons completed

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A pre-trial investigation on the case on strife committed by ex-Tornado fighters in Lukyanivska prison has been finished by Ukraine's Prosecutor's Office

Polygraph: Russian state news agency blames Ukraine for breakdown in relations, Ignores Russian a...

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On October 22, the Russian state-owned news agency RIA Novosti ran a story on President Vladimir Putin giving an order to draw up a list of counter-sanctions against Ukraine in retaliation for that country’s sanctions against Russia. RIA Novosti cited a statement on the Kremlin’s website which de...

Euromaidan Press: Some 50 percent of Ukrainians support Eurointegration

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The majority of Ukrainians (52 percent) think Ukraine should become an EU member, reveals the survey conducted by the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation in August 2018. Another poll’s find is that 51 percent of respondents align themselves with Ukraine’s entrance to the European Unio...

InformNapalm exposes Wagner mercenaries "operating in Ukraine, Syria on behalf of Russian MoD". P...

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On Oct. 7, the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) published a list of 206 non-staff servicemen of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Russian Armed Forces who operated as a part of the Wagner private military company (PMC) and participated in the military operations in Syria on behalf of the ...

UkrInform: Poroshenko promises more funding for Ukrainian athletes in 2019 state budget

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President Petro Poroshenko has said that the draft state budget for 2019 will envisage more funds to ensure proper conditions for the training of Ukrainian athletes. Read more here. The post UkrInform: Poroshenko promises more funding for Ukrainian athletes in 2019 state budget appeared first on ...

Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Klimkin starts his visit to Warsaw. Photos, video

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Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin has started his working trip to Warsaw from visiting the Wolski cemetery, where he lit a candle at the monument to Holodomor victims and laid a wreath at the graves of officers and cossacks of the army of the Ukrainian People’s Republic (1917-21).

112.ua: 360 cases of use of illicit arms recorded in Ukraine over September

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360 cases of using illegal arms recorded in Ukraine in September, as the press office of the Ministry of Temporarily Occupied Territories reported. Read more here. The post 112.ua: 360 cases of use of illicit arms recorded in Ukraine over September appeared first on KyivPost.

Head of Food Department exposed at bribery in Donbas Conflict zone

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He demanded $1,600 from the company as the payoff from the cost of the food purchased for the border guards

Nuclear treaty: Tension between U.S. and Russia over nuclear missiles

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As relations between the United States and the Soviet Union began to improve in the 1980s, that risk was reduced. High-profile summits were the stages for negotiations to agree cuts to nuclear stockpiles

Poroshenko promises more funding for Ukrainian athletes in 2019 state budget

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President Petro Poroshenko has said that the draft state budget for 2019 will envisage more funds to ensure proper conditions for the training of Ukrainian athletes.