Donbas invaders shoot down OSCE SMM’s unmanned aerial vehicle
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Week’s balance: Weak economic growth, lower state profits, and new wave of forex easing
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Week’s balance: Weak economic growth, lower state profits, and new wave of forex easing

This week, Ukraine gradually “recovered” from winter holidays, and the Ukrainians started synchronizing with the…

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Ukraine Ombudsperson names number of Ukrainians illegally held in Russian prisons
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Ukraine Ombudsperson names number of Ukrainians illegally held in Russian prisons

“The Russian regime, surpassing Soviet totalitarianism, once again launched terror campaign against the Ukrainian people.…

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Ukrainian airports boast record 20 mln passenger flow in 2018 – Poroshenko
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Russia seeks to create "land corridor" to occupied Crimea – Joint Forces Commander
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‘This is a brave new Canadian’: Canada welcomes Rahaf Alqunun
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‘This is a brave new Canadian’: Canada welcomes Rahaf Alqunun

Rahaf Alqunun, the 18-year-old Saudi woman who fled her family saying she feared for her…

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DRC presidential runner-up Fayulu asks court to cancel result
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DRC presidential runner-up Fayulu asks court to cancel result

Martin Fayulu, who came second in the Democratic Republic of the Congo‘s presidential election last month,…

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French ‘yellow vests’ rally in fresh round of protests
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French ‘yellow vests’ rally in fresh round of protests

Thousands of anti-government demonstrators marched in cities across France on Saturday in a new round…

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Pompeo calls Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro government ‘illegitimate’
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Pompeo calls Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro government ‘illegitimate’

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has called Venezuela‘s government under President Nicolas Maduro “illegitimate”…

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What does Maduro have to offer?
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What does Maduro have to offer?

Hyperinflation, power cuts and shortages of food and medicine. The economic crisis has driven millions…

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