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Malls, hotels to open in Kyiv on May 30, subject to certain restrictions – Mayor Klitschko.

Hotel restaurants will continue to operate in take-away and room service modes.

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Hitmen almost catch fire trying to flee crime scene in Kyiv, setting car ablaze.

The target of the assassination attempt, the Montenegro national, could himself be involved in contracted killings across the EU.

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Ukraine Court Finds Lviv Student Guilty Of Torching RFE/RL Reporter’s Car.

A Ukrainian court has found a university student guilty of torching an RFE/RL reporter’s car, a decision that the news agency's president said brings prosecutors closer to apprehending the organizers of the premeditated crime.

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Poroshenko Fails To Appear For Questioning As Witness In Illegal Transfer Of Paintings.

Former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has failed to appear at the State Bureau of Investigations (DBR) for questioning as a witness in a case about the alleged illegal transfer of cultural objects across the border.

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Kyiv mayor reports 58 new COVID-19 cases, one fatality in past day.

According to Klitschko, 24 women, 29 men, and five children are among those infected.

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Russian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian Sailors Freed After Africa Kidnapping.

Eight foreign crew members kidnapped from a container ship off Benin's coast last month have been freed, the Nigerian Navy says.

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All markets, fairs reopening in Kyiv May 25

Access to open-air sports and playgrounds will be allowed the same day.

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Protesters gather in Kyiv, demanding Zelensky stop surrender to Russia.

About 500 people took part in the event.

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Kyiv mayor reports 54 new COVID-19 cases, one fatality in past day.

The highest number of the new cases was registered in Darnytsia district.

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Ukrainian Police Detain Far-Right Activists For Hooliganism Against Pro-Russia Party Headquarters.

Seventeen members of a far-right group have been detained for attacking the headquarters of Ukraine’s largest pro-Russia political party in Kyiv. 

Ukrainian Lawmaker Found In Office With Fatal Gunshot Wound.

A Ukrainian lawmaker was found dead in his office with a fatal gunshot wound to the head.

Media report «blast» outside Kyiv office of Putin's political operative.

The cause of the explosion remains unclear, as well as whether it inflicted any damage whatsoever.

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Public transport resumes regular operations in Kyiv amid quarantine easing.

Subway will reopen on May 25.

Kyiv Zoo to reopen as quarantine eases

Face masks remain mandated, Mayor Klitschko stresses.

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Ukrainian Security Service Chief Reportedly Runs Company In Spain, Illegally.

The head of the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU), Ivan Bakanov, holds a top position in a private company registered in Spain, in violation of the anti-corruption law, according to Skhemy (Schemes), a joint project by RFE/RL and UA:Pershy television.

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Kyiv mayor reports 47 new COVID-19 cases, one fatality in past day.

According to Klitschko, 22 women, 23 men, and two children are among those infected.

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Kyiv, Sofia Clash Over Ukraine's Plan To Redraw District Lines In Ethnic-Bulgarian Region.

Ukraine and Bulgaria have clashed over Kyiv’s plans to change administrative divisions within a district in the southern Odesa region with a sizeable ethnic-Bulgarian minority.

IMF, Ukraine Pencil $5 Billion Deal To Help With Dept Repayments.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and Ukrainian officials reached a staff-level agreement on a new $5 billion stand-by arrangement to help Kyiv cope with economic shock caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

UNICEF Calls For Cease-Fire In Eastern Ukraine, Says Children 'Urgently Need Peace'.

The UN children’s agency is calling for all parties to the deadly conflict in eastern Ukraine to commit to a cease-fire and end more than six years of fighting, as an increase in shelling has resulted in numerous child casualties and damaged schoo...

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EU May Break Own Protocol By Participating in Russia-Backed Crimea Event.

The European Union and several of its member states may break the bloc's own guidelines on contacts with de facto authorities of the Russian-annexed Crimean Peninsula by participating in a Moscow-backed videoconference on the situation in the region.

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Kyiv mayor reports 65 new COVID-19 cases, three fatalities in past day.

According to Klitschko, 43 women, 19 men and three children are among those infected.

U.S. Senate Committee Issues Subpoena In Probe Of Hunter Biden’s Ukraine Ties

A Republican-led U.S. Senate committee has voted to subpoena documents for an investigation into Hunter Biden, son of former Vice President Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.

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U.S. Senate panel approves subpoena in Hunter Biden, Burisma investigation

There is no evidence of wrongdoing by the Bidens, and Hunter Biden has denied using his influence with his father to aid Burisma.

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Ukrainian President Accuses Journalist Of Crossing Line, Which Editor Denies.

President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has accused a reporter of Skhemy (Schemes), a joint investigative project by RFE/RL and UA: Pershy television, of crossing the line of balanced journalism and breaking laws in pursuing the Ukrainian leader, a charge d...

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Kyiv mayor reports 51 new COVID-19 cases, two fatalities in past day.

According to Klitschko, 25 women, 19 men and seven children are among those infected.

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