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Ukraine’s top cop walks thin blue line between Russian meddling, free election

OTTAWA — Two weeks after Serhii Kniaziev’s military career ended, the Iron Curtain fell, the Soviet Union crumbled and the young ex-soldier returned to Ukraine and quickly found his calling — the thin blue line of policing.


Portugal 0-0 Ukraine: Defending champions Portugal held despite Cristiano Ronaldo's return

Defending champions Portugal were held to a 0-0 draw at home by Ukraine in their opening Euro 2020 qualifier on Friday as Cristiano Ronaldo returned to the team for the first time since the World Cup.


War weary Ukrainians want vote for peace

With a week to go until Ukrainians vote for their next president, a solution to the conflict between government forces and Russian-backed separatists is one of the biggest issues the country faces. After five years of violence, many in eastern Ukraine want a vote for peace.


G7 envoys warn Ukraine’s interior minister of extremist activity before elections — radio

KIEV, March 23. /TASS/. In a letter to Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov, ambassadors of the G7 group of the world’s leading industrialized nations expressed their concern about the activity of extremist groups in the country, including during the ongoing presidential campaign, the Radio Free


Two Ukrainian TV channels push Russian propaganda amid presidential election: report

The report of Ukrainian media watchdog StopFake “Fake Narratives in Times of Presidential Elections: How Hybrid War Reshapes The Agenda of Ukrainian TV“ by Anastasiya Hrynko with contributions from Artem Laptiev focuses the fake narratives spread by Ukrainian opposition TV channels during the 2019 p


In Ukraine’s bizarre presidential race, one long-shot candidate is looking for a spouse

KIEV — The lines between reality TV and politics get blurrier all the time around the world. In Ukraine, they are now effectively erased. Think of it as the political edition of “The Bachelor.” An ultra-long-shot candidate in Sunday’s presidential race, Ihor Shevchenko, has literally turned his camp


Fake News: Top Prosecutor Has NO Evidence Hillary Colluded With Ukraine

Did a "top prosecutor" reveal that he has evidence that Hillary Clinton colluded with Ukraine during the 2016 U.S. election? No, that's not true: Ukraine's top prosecutor said he has evidence that officials in Ukraine released damaging information about Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort with the


Three reasons why a comedian should not be president of Ukraine

I am heartened and saddened by Ukrainian opinion polls. Saddened because Volodymyr Zelenskyi is in first place and according to these polls he could win in round 2. Heartened because in other opinion polls when Ukrainians are asked who they believe will win the elections only 5% say Zelenskyi [at th


Ukraine’s NATO plans may split society — opposition leader

The chairman of the Opposition Platform - For Life party’s Political Council, Viktor Medvedchuk KIEV, March 23. /TASS/. One third of Ukraine’s population is against joining NATO, so the decision to reflect the country’s NATO aspirations in the constitution will lead to a social rift, the chairman of


Portugal vs Ukraine UEFA European Championship Qualifying Live

Portugal vs Ukraine: In today’s UEFA European Championship Qualifying, Portugal meets Ukraine at Estadio da Luz. The match will kick-start at 1;15 AM IST on 23th March 2019, Saturday. In their last meeting, Portugal won the game by 2-1.


Ukraine’s VKontakte ban led to drop in users, but die-hards now more radicalized

In May 2017, the President of Ukraine put into effect a decision of the National Security and Defence Council (RNBO) to impose economic sanctions on 468 Russian companies. The largest Russian social network, Vkontakte (VK), was banned, among others. Last year, Ukrainian analysts working for the NATO


Portugal draw blank against Ukraine

Cristiano Ronaldo made his return but Portugal were ineffective in the first game of the UEFA European Championship Qualifying stage. The Seleção dominated the game but couldn’t find a way through the Ukrainian defence as the quest to defend the European Championship begins.


'Felix is ​​one of the best talents produced by Portuguese football after Ronaldo': Benfica president excited for the future as bright young star Joao Felix trains with the Portugal squad

While Portugal's Euro 2020 qualifying campaign got off to a frustrating 0-0 draw against Ukraine, the reigning European champions do have a top prospect for the future. Benfica forward Joao Felix is just 19-years-old, but has scored 10 goals and provided four assists in 18 Primeira Liga matches so f


AP Interview: Ukraine minister claims Russia on its knees

KIEV, Ukraine – With President Petro Poroshenko slipping in the polls a week ahead of elections, Ukraine's government is trying to put a brave face on his achievements, insisting it is well on its way to delivering on the demands of the Maidan protest movement that drove the previous Russia-backed p


US Air Force deploys B-52 bombers from Barksdale to Europe in message to Russia

WASHINGTON, DC - The US Air Force recently deployed six nuclear-capable B-52 bombers to Europe for "theater integration and flying training" exercises with regional allies and NATO partners -- a move viewed as sending a strong message to Russia, which is celebrating the five-year anniversary of its


VW Group Could Replace Its Ukraine Plant With A New One In Serbia

Volkswagen may construct a new factory in Serbia to build a handful of its vehicles, led by those from the Skoda brand. reports that the German car manufacturer may shutter its Solomonovo production facility in Ukraine due to poor economic conditions in the country. This site builds the Audi A4 and


5,000 nationalists protest corruption in Ukraine

KIEV, Ukraine – About 5,000 nationalist demonstrators have held a protest in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev calling for arrests in a defense industry corruption case. The Saturday protest was the latest in several weeks of demonstrations by supporters of the far-right focusing on corruption.


End of Mueller probe roils political scene, testing both parties as much remains unknown

The end of the special counsel’s inquiry into the far corners of President Trump’s White House and campaign is poised to upend the political landscape. But with the final report still secret, both parties are left to scramble in the dark to seize political advantage.


In Ukraine race, some call for close ties with arch-foe Russia

Ukrainian economist Yevgeniya Gorobey will vote for a pro-Moscow candidate in next week's presidential poll even though Russia annexed Crimea and fuelled a separatist uprising in the ex-Soviet country's east.


How did the special counsel miss Ukraine's plot to help Clinton?

Why wasn't it found while investigating Paul Manafort's Ukrainian ties? Committee to Defend the President chairman Ted Harvey reacts.