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SBI summons Poroshenko for questioning on May 29 in two cases.

The second case concerns his phone talks with the then U.S. Vice President Joe Biden.

After Meng Wanzhou case ruling, Michael Kovrig’s boss urges China not to harm detainees.

The head of the International Crisis Group tells The Canadian Press that China should still release Kovrig and Michael Spavor, after a B.C. judge ruled against Meng Wanzhou.

France elects its first transgender mayor: ‘They voted for my program’.

Marie Cau was elected mayor of Tilloy-lez-Marchiennes in a nearly unanimous vote on Saturday.

«Unprecedented move» : Russia envoy to OSCE trying to interrupt Ukrainian speech on Crimea.

Unfortunately, Ukraine's dialogue with Russia has turned into a monologue, a Ukrainian MP said earlier.

Razumkov says language law needs to be changed

Verkhovna Rada Chairman Dmytro Razumkov has said that the law on ensuring the functioning of Ukrainian as the state language needs to be changed.

Ukraine's FM Kuleba plans to visit Hungary in late May.

Relations between the two countries slid to a chill after the Ukrainian parliament in 2017 passed a new education law, which Hungary says treads on minority rights – the claim Ukraine has been steadily refuting.

State Bureau of Investigations suspects two former judges who illegally restricted freedom of Maidan activists.

Investigators of Special Department of the State Bureau of Investigations of Ukraine have completed pre-trial investigation against two former judges of a district court of Cherkasy city.

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White House defends Trump for firing gov’t watchdogs, but doesn’t explain why.

A White House letter issued in response to concerns from a prominent Republican senator does little to explain the decision-making behind Trump’s recent upheaval of the inspector general community.

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SBI goes to museum to serve summons on Poroshenko for questioning.

It says its agents acted under the Code of Criminal Procedure of Ukraine.

Ukraine in UN urges Russia to give up «logic of war» in Donbas.

Ukraine has also recalled Russia must implement its obligations under the Minsk Agreements.

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Biden calls Trump ‘a fool’ for appearing to mock mask use amid coronavirus pandemic.

Trump retweeted a post that appeared to make fun of a photo of Biden wearing a mask in public, though he later said he didn’t mean to be critical.

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Twitter flags Trump’s tweets with its fact-check label for the first time.

Twitter spokesperson Katie Rosborough said in a statement to Global News that his tweets contained "potentially misleading information about voting processes."

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ANALYSIS: Trudeau’s personal brand tied to success — or failure — of UN Security Council race.

Canada's prime minister is engaging in a blizzard of international virtual campaigning to secure the country a two-year term on the UN Security Council.

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Ex-ambassadors of U.S. to Ukraine make statement over «false and toxic narrative»

They call on politicians to avoid steps that will only erode the bilateral relationship.

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Canada to co-host virtual UN conference on coronavirus amid bid for Security Council seat.

The conference will raise Canada's profile as it competes for a seat on UN Security Council next month against Norway and Ireland.

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Zelensky approves annual program for Ukraine's Euro-Atlantic integration.

Particular attention is paid to the program's compliance with the criteria for NATO membership.

Sheremet case: Court extends arrest of suspect Kuzmenko.

The court extended the arrest of suspect in the case of the murder of journalist Pavlo Sheremet Yulia Kuzmenko. Such a decision was made on the night of May 26.

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Some 43.3% Kyiv residents say situation in Ukraine developing in wrong direction, 35.4% say disagree - SOCIS survey

Some 43.3% of Kyiv residents believe that the situation in Ukraine is developing in the wrong direction, while 30% disagree, saying some aspects improving and some not. Some 17.8% believe that the situation in the country is moving in the right di...

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Government dismisses head of State Service for Geodesy and Cadastre.

The Cabinet of Ministers has dismissed Denys Bashlyk as head of the State Service for Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre.

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Poroshenko-Biden calls: Ukraine starts probe into illegal interception of communications – media.

Another case was earlier launched into the allegations of treason by Ukraine's fifth president.

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Poroshenko-Biden calls: Ukraine starts probe into illegal wiretapping – media.

Another case was earlier launched into the allegations of treason by Ukraine's fifth president.

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Georgia's MFA: Return of ambassador depends on Ukrainian government's steps.

Georgia's Foreign Ministry on May 25 held the first ad hoc meeting with Georgian Ambassador to Ukraine Teimuraz Sharashenidze to hear his update.

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Reuters Exclusive: Ukraine's anti-graft bureau probes state tender for medical suits.

NABU gave no further details, saying that divulging information could harm its investigation.

Czech Republic resumes issuance of work visas to Ukrainians.

The consular department in Kyiv will reopen on May 25.

Czech Republic resumes issue of work visas to Ukrainians.

The consular department in Kyiv will reopen on May 25.

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