Uber launches electric car fleet in Kyiv
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Uber launches electric car fleet in Kyiv

In the Ukrainian capital, 200 electric cars of different makes are to take to the streets and the company expects 10,000 people using the service by the end…

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Ukraine boosts chocolate exports to EU in 2018
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Venezuela says Russian planes land for military cooperation – AP
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Raw video: Ukraine forces destroy enemy supply truck in Donbas warzone
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Official hryvnia strengthens to UAH 26.96 per U.S. dollar on March 25
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Kenya teacher from remote village crowned world’s best, wins $1m
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Kenya teacher from remote village crowned world’s best, wins $1m

A maths and physics teacher from a secondary school in a remote village in Kenya’s Rift Valley has won the $1m Global Teacher Prize for 2019, organisers have…

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Comoros election: Opposition members say polls unfair and rigged
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Comoros election: Opposition members say polls unfair and rigged

The 12 opposition candidates challenging President Azali Assoumani are already crying foul, even before polls have closed. They say there has been widespread cheating but that is no…

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Britain’s Roma community fears post-Brexit future
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Britain’s Roma community fears post-Brexit future

Luton and London, United Kingdom – At the Luton Roma Trust, members of the English town’s Roma community seek help with doctors’ letters, rental agreements and other minor bureaucratic…

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In India’s Assam, Muslim families evicted weeks before elections
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In India’s Assam, Muslim families evicted weeks before elections

Hojai, India – After battling for life for five days at a hospital in Guwahati, the capital of the northeastern Indian state of Assam, Kulsuma Begum succumbed to her…

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Forum voor Democratie: Why has the Dutch far right surged?
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Forum voor Democratie: Why has the Dutch far right surged?

Last week’s provincial elections in the Netherlands saw the far-right Forum voor Democratie (FvD), or Forum for Democracy, make significant gains in the upper house of the Senate.…

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