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As Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson wants UK solidarity with Ukraine, Askold Krushelnycky's gripping front line dispatch exposes the grim reality of its war with Russia

Last month was Christmas for Ukrainians and many others around the world who use a the ancient 'Julian' calendar for religious festivals, which lags 13 days behind the modern 'Gregorian' one used in the West.


Skadden Settlement Spotlights Ex-Partner Greg Craig’s Ukraine Work

A settlement agreement struck between Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom and the Justice Department over the firm’s past work for the Ukrainian government has thrust former firm partner Greg Craig back under the spotlight.


Large-scale privatization 2019 in Ukraine: Huge problems remain

Today our officials literally can’t work without the recommendations of the International Monetary Fund analysts. From the very beginning of 2019, the representatives of the IMF and the State Property Fund of Ukraine during the business meeting discussed options for solving key problems that last ye


Simona Halep knows she's No. 1 but says Serena Williams is the 'best player in the world'

Reigning French Open champion Simona Halep might be ranked No. 1 on the Women's Tennis Association tour, but as she prepares for the Round of 16 at the 2019 Australian Open, she's calling her next opponent the true worldwide No. 1.


Croatian island could get flight connection to Ukraine

The Croatian island of Brac could have direct air connections with the Ukraine this summer according to reports on the specialised website EX-YU Aviation. The airport is in advanced talks with a Ukrainian airline regarding introducing flights from Kiev for this summer season.


Swiss court overturns arrest of Russia's Gazprom assets which Ukraine claims were seized

Switzerland's high court has overruled an injunction blocking payments from the operators of the Nord Stream gas pipeline at the request of Ukrainian state gas firm Naftogaz, according to Russian energy giant Gazprom.


Ukraine Wants to Be a Part of the West

Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko has staked his country’s future and his own chances at re-election to a second term on three gambles. He hopes that these gambles will permanently rupture Ukraine’s connections to Russia and ensure that Ukraine becomes a full member of the Western community of na


Day 6 Australian Open preview: Serena, Venus looking to make the second week

MELBOURNE, Australia -- The third round of the Australian Open continues Saturday and is highlighted by the return of world No. 1s Novak Djokovic and Simona Halep, both of whom will be hoping for a spot in the second week.


Russia becomes world's fifth biggest gold holder after sanctions

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia has overtaken China to become the world’s fifth largest official sector holder of gold as Western sanctions drove buying by its central bank to record highs in 2018, its data showed on Friday.


Why oligarch Akhmetov snatched control of Ukraine's critical infrastructure

In early January, DTEK, Ukraine’s strategic holding company that develops business streams in the energy sector, announced that it was buying two regional energy production companies (oblenergos) from the Russian VS Energy group: Kyivoblenergo and Odesaoblenergo. According to my information, the pur


German journalist allegedly firebombed Hungarian Centre in Ukraine

Last year, a Polish man was accused of being involved in the firebombing of a Hungarian Cultural Centre located in Western-Ukraine. He said that he had been given instructions by a far-right German journalist who has worked as a consultant for the German Government and for the Alternative for German


Wladimir Klitschko: Dillian Whyte says former champion is seeking boxing return

British heavyweight Dillian Whyte says Wladimir Klitschko is "definitely" looking to come out of retirement. Ukraine's Klitschko retired in August 2017 but earlier in January BBC Radio 5 live boxing analyst Steve Bunce said the 42-year-old was "coming back".


Russia’s Ukraine Sanctions Put Moldova’s Socialists in a Bind

A Russian trade embargo on Ukraine is hurting Moldovan exporters and undermining the pro-Russian Socialists’ platform for elections in February. Russia’s December 29 decision to restrict imports from Ukraine and other foreign goods transiting Ukrainian territory has, de facto, placed Moldova under a


distractions spun for Individual-1 by a 2nd North Korean summit

Veer, but Trustify…. like the first summit, nothing new can be expected to happen as the DPRK will ignore whatever failed expectations were presented by the US the first time. This is yet another attempt to distract from #TrumpRussia and the suborning of perjury.


Putin’s Dream Scenario for Ukraine

Ukraine’s problem is not that it hasn’t changed enough. It’s that it’s changed too much too fast, thereby raising popular expectations, undermining long-existing patterns of behavior, creating uncertainty, and thereby increasing the popularity of populists who argue that a return to the good old day


Serena motors into fourth round in Melbourne

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Serena Williams powered into the fourth round of the Australian Open on Saturday with a 6-2 6-1 demolition of Ukrainian teenager Dayana Yastremska to continue her charge through the Melbourne Park draw.


Persecution, Church Seizures, and Vandalism Ramp up in Pat. Bartholomew’s Post-Tomos Ukraine

Ukraine, January 15, 2019 – Whereas the canonical Ukrainian Orthodox Church was experiencing intimidation before, the state authorities have now moved into repressions against the Church, says His Eminence Archbishop Theodosy of Boyarka.


Why Russia is on the brink of collapse

invaded the Crimea in Ukraine. The next few years have consisted of failed diplomacy, nerve agent attacks, and plenty of confusion as to what exactly is going on. News outlets have stopped reporting about Ukraine, and the public consensus is that things are quieting down. The truth could not be more


Measles continues strong in Ukraine in 2019

In 2018, Ukraine saw an astounding 54,000 measles cases and 16 fatalities. As 2019 begins, it appears the measles problem continues in Ukraine as health officials has already reported 5,059 measles cases from December 28, 2018 to January 11, 2019 and two death.


Rammstein's New Album: Paul Landers and Richard Kruspe Tell Us What to Expect

Sparks are about to fly — literally. Pyrotechnic, melodic industrial metal veterans Rammstein are finishing up tracking for their seventh full-length studio album, the as-yet-untitled follow-up to 2009’s Liebe ist für alle da. With only mixing left to approve, the German band is aiming for a spring