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Erdogan's Wrath Stretches To Ukraine, Leaving Turks In Fear Of Kyiv-Assisted 'Kidnapping'

KYIV -- Yunus Erdogdu has been afraid to leave the concrete confines of his apartment building on the outskirts of Kyiv since mid-July. That's when Ukrainian authorities arrested and extradited within days of each other two fellow Turkish nationals-- a journalist and an entrepreneur -- whom Ankara a


Ukraine in the Top of the Instagram!

Ukraine is beautiful with lots of places. The proof is its popularity in the rating of this “photo-loving” social network. According to the number of hashtags, our country will be extremely interesting to the world this year. It is in 39th place at the level of attractiveness for tourists, leaving b


Russia deploys nuclear-capable ballistic missile launchers near Ukraine border, satellite photos show

FOX NEWS EXCLUSIVE - Satellite images shot Thursday and obtained exclusively by Fox News have revealed a new Russian deployment of Iskander missile batteries and launchers near the border with Ukraine.


Nepal hacker found a vulnerability in Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine that allows to get passport data

18-year-old Nepal resident Arbin Godard arrived in the Autumn of 2018 in the capital of Ukraine Kiev for a regular event for white hackers to the International Cybersecurity Forum HackIT 4.0. But before the event, Nepalese hacked the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine and got acce


Facebook Deletes Pages That Were Secretly Controlled by a Russian Propaganda Network

Facebook has deleted hundreds of pages linked to the Kremlin-backed propaganda network known as Sputnik. The pages, allegedly operated by Sputnik employees, were made to look like they were coming from outside of Russia. The Facebook pages helped spread propaganda about NATO and European politics, a


Ukrainian teen who plays Serena next saw this matchup coming

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Serena Williams’ next Australian Open opponent, 18-year-old Dayana Yastremska, feels as if she saw Saturday’s matchup coming a decade ago. She tells the story of being at home in Ukraine at the age of 8 and watching on TV as Williams — whom she calls “a legend” — fell beh


Russia Declares That Ukraine May Cease To Be A Country Soon

Security Council Sec. Nikolai Patrushev said Ukraine has been "effectively split" and the nation may cease to exist. On Tuesday, Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev stated that Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko's current pro-West strategy could lead to a total dismantling of the


Ukraine central bank governor sees grounds to ease monetary policy

KIEV: Ukraine’s central bank governor Yakiv Smoliy said on Thursday there were grounds to ease monetary policy, and a decision on this would be discussed at the bank’s next board meeting at the end of January.


President: Ukraine implements most large-scale reforms in its history

President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has stated that the authorities of the country implement the most large-scale reforms in its history despite the ongoing war. “Dear friends, not only the Kremlin got ready for the year 2019 [holding of presidential and parliamentary elections in Ukraine]. Ukrain


To tackle domestic violence, Ukraine looks to UNFPA’s mobile assistance teams

SLOVIANSK, Ukraine – “We had been together for 12 years, but over a year ago, he started battering me,” Anna* described, recalling her husband’s increasingly erratic behaviour. Then a few months ago, he threatened her with a knife and she knew it was time to get away.


Ukraine to send two observers to parliamentary elections in Estonia

The Central Election Commission of Ukraine will send two of its representatives to the parliamentary elections in Estonia. This is reported by the ERR Estonian news portal with reference to the response of Chairwoman of the Central Election Commission of Ukraine Tetiana Slipachuk to the Estonian col


Ukraine's Strange Love of Stepan Bandera

Ukraine’s Cult of Stepan Bandera: Not a Detail, but a Cornerstone. During the recent years of the confrontation between Russia and Ukraine, there has been one issue where the Western mainstream press simply cannot fully ignore or reject the Russian arguments. This issue concerns the life and actions


IMF: Securing independence of Ukraine’s National Bank is essential for macroeconomic stability

The International Monetary Fund believes that the elimination of macroeconomic imbalances in recent years has allowed to stabilize the economy, while securing the independence of the National Bank of Ukraine is essential for the macroeconomic stability in the country.


OSCE Chairman-in-Office hopes that elections in Ukraine to be held without foreign interference

The OSCE Chairperson-in-Office, Slovakia’s Foreign and European Affairs Minister Miroslav Lajčák hopes that the upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections in Ukraine will be held without foreign interference.


Ukraine's ambassador to France gets New Year postcard from Sushchenko

Ukraine's Embassy in France has received a New Year postcard from Ukrinform journalist Roman Sushchenko, who was illegally convicted in Russia. Ukraine's Ambassador to France Oleh Shamshur wrote this on his Twitter account.


Defense Minister Poltorak: Ukraine won’t give up its right to pass through Kerch Strait

Russia tried to provoke Ukraine into returning fire during the attack in the Kerch Strait to start overt aggression. "One of the tasks that Russia set itself when organizing a provocation in the Kerch Strait was to provoke us into returning the fire and use this opportunity to start overt aggression


Over UAH 130 bln reimbursed to businesses in Ukraine in 2018

The State Fiscal Service of Ukraine (SFS) reimbursed UAH 131.7 billion worth of value added tax (VAT) in 2018, which is 9.7% or UAH 1.6 billion more than in 2017, according the SFS press service.


Media Group Ukraine strikes piracy blow

Media Group Ukraine (MGU) has achieved an important victory in its fight against piracy. Quoting the Vinnytsia Court of Appeal, the broadcaster says that the court has upheld the decision of the city court to arrest the owners of VinAsterisk.


Poroshenko taking part in prayer service for Ukraine at Zhytomyr cathedral

President Petro Poroshenko is taking part in a prayer service at St. Michael's Cathedral in Zhytomyr on the occasion of receiving the tomos of autocephaly and the creation of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine.


Ukraine's parliament passes law on subordination of religious communities

The Verkhovna Rada, Ukraine's parliament, has adopted the law introducing amendments to certain laws of Ukraine regarding the subordination of religious organizations and the procedure for state registration of religious organizations with legal status.