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Hundreds of protesters in Belarus continue to push for president’s resignation.

Several hundred women marched across the capital of Belarus in heavy rain Saturday to demand the resignation of the country's authoritarian president, continuing more than 2 1/2 months of protests against his challenged reelection to a sixth term.

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Russia records 16,521 COVID-19 cases, 296 deaths over past 24 hours - coronavirus response HQ.

KYIV. Oct 24 (Interfax-Ukraine) –Russia has recorded another 16,521 new coronavirus cases over the past 24 hours, and 296 people diagnosed earlier with coronavirus have died over this period, the coronavirus response headquarters said in a stateme...

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U.S. Treasury sanctions Russian government research institution connected to Triton malware

The cyber actors behind the Triton malware have been referred to by the private cybersecurity industry as "the most dangerous threat activity publicly known."

U.S. sanctions Russian research institute linked to dangerous malware program

The U.S. alleged that the Russian institute was responsible for "building customized tools that enabled the attack" on a petrochemical facility in the Middle East in 2017.

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U.S. Sanctions Russian Research Institution Tied to Malware That Targets Industrial Systems

The United States has sanctioned a Russian government research institute connected to the development of a computer malware capable of targeting industrial safety systems and causing catastrophic damage.

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Deputy PM: 9.5 mln Ukrainians suffer from Russian occupation

The death toll from the Donbas war in the territories controlled by the Ukrainian government alone was 14,000 people.

Govt official says Ukraine won't supply water to Crimea amid Russian occupation.

No formal or informal negotiations on this issue are currently being held.

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Foreign Minister Kuleba: Confidence in PACE undermined by return of Russian delegation.

Permanent Representative of Ukraine Tarasyuk says Russia owes almost EUR 9 million due to be paid to the budget of the Council of Europe.

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Yatsenyuk at Kyiv Security Forum: 'Putin's eyes are full of blood'.

The Normandy Four countries and the United States should make Russia fulfill the Minsk agreements in the Ukrainian interpretation or they should set a condition that Russia signs a new international legal agreement with security guarantees for Ukr...

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New Kyrgyz Foreign Minister Says Russia Remains 'Major Partner'.

Kyrgyzstan's newly appointed Foreign Minister Ruslan Kazakbaev says that the recent political upheaval that toppled the Central Asian nation's government and prompted the president to resign won't impact relations with Russia, its "major partner a...

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Russian invaders open fire on Ukrainian positions near Shumy.

Russian-occupation troops have violated the ceasefire in the Joint Forces Operation (JFO) area in Donbas once. No casualties have been reported.

Russia Cites 'Hope,' Challenges To Reaching New START Extension With U.

The Kremlin says a possible one-year extension of the New START arms-control treaty beyond its current expiration in February would be aimed at buying time for the two sides to reach a new agreement instead of prolonging the current accord.

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Russian aggression and pandemic: Tusk defines biggest challenges for EU, Ukraine.

Russia's aggression and coronavirus pandemic are the biggest challenges that Ukraine and Europe face today.

Russian Minister Says Toxic Algae Caused Death Of Marine Life In Kamchatka.

Russia's minister of natural resources says the mass death of marine life off the coast of the Kamchatka region in the Far East is due to "natural causes" and excluded any manmade causes.

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Ukraine wants explanations from Russia on military convoys in Donbas - Tsymbaliuk.

Ukraine has called on the Russian Federation to provide explanations on two convoys of military-type trucks spotted by the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission, which arrived in the occupied part of Donbas on October 16 outside border crossing points.

Ukraine will not supply water to Russian military bases in Crimea - Tsymbaliuk.

Ukraine will not meet the water needs of Russian military bases in Crimea, and the restoration of water supply is possible only after the de-occupation of the peninsula.

Russian Actor, Kremlin Critic Yefremov's Eight-Year Prison Term Cut By Six Months.

A court in Moscow has cut by six months the eight-year prison term of actor Mikhail Yefremov, an outspoken Kremlin critic, who was sentenced for killing a person while driving under influence of alcohol.

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EU condemns Russia's attempts to disrupt Trilateral Contact Group's work.

 Russia's attempts to obstruct negotiations within the Trilateral Contact Group by resorting to procedural issues and excessive demands are unacceptable, according to an EU statement on Russia's aggression against Ukraine and the illegal o...

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Russian-led forces violate ceasefire in Donbas five times.

October 22, the Russian occupation forces violated the ceasefire in the Joint Forces Operation area in Donbas five times.

Ukraine wants explanations from Russia on military convoys in Donbas - Tsymbaliuk.

Ukraine has called on the Russian Federation to provide explanations on two convoys of military-type trucks spotted by the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission, which arrived in the occupied part of Donbas on October 16 outside border crossing points.

U.S. calls on Russia to fulfill ‘Minsk’ and withdraw troops from Ukraine

The United States calls on the Russian Federation to fulfill its Minsk commitments and withdraw its forces and weapons from Ukraine.

Russia blocking Trilateral Contact Group's work for almost three months - Ukraine at OSCE.

Russia has been blocking constructive work within the Trilateral Contact Group (TCG) for almost three months now, demanding that Ukraine implement the political provisions of the Minsk agreements, without fulfilling security commitments.

Russian-led forces violate ceasefire in Donbas five times.

October 22, the Russian occupation forces violated the ceasefire in the Joint Forces Operation area in Donbas five times.

Reuters: Oil steady as Russia holds out prospect of output cut extension.

Both contracts are heading for their first weekly loss in three.

U.S. Says Russian Hackers Targeted State And Local Governments Ahead Of Election

Russian state-sponsored hackers have targeted dozens of U.S. state and local government networks in recent weeks and stole data from at least two servers, the U.S. government said.

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