Ukraine

Ukraine President Signs Amendment On Nato, Eu Membership

Ukraine's president on Tuesday signed a constitutional amendment committing to join NATO and the European Union, acknowledging that the nation still has a long way to go to meet the membership criteria. Speaking in parliament, Petro Poroshenko...
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Russia Still Cannot Combat Color Revolutions

Nicholas J. Myers Security, Eurasia Russia's new countermeasures against Color Revolutions do not seem to be succeeding. At least since the 2004 Orange Revolution in Ukraine, the Russian Federation has planned to counter the “color...
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Fire Rages In Chernobyl Exclusion Zone - Reports

A catastrophic nuclear accident took place in the USSR in April 1986 when an explosion rocked the fourth reactor of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant located near the now abandoned town of Pripyat in Ukraine.
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Russians Told To "prepare For Worst Outcome" As Us Prepares New Sanctions

A bipartisan team of US senators is preparing to hit Russia with additional sanctions over its 2016 US election interference and military operations in Syria and Ukraine. Sens. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) are...
Related topics: Russia, Military, Syria, Lindsey Graham

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Congressional Border Deal: $5.3 Billion To Israel, Ukraine, Jordan …but Only $1.37 Billion For...

Congressional negotiators announced on Monday night they have a border wall funding agreement they believe President Trump will sign into law. The agreement was announced by a group of lawmakers led by Republican Sen. Richard Shelby and Democratic...
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Nato Studying Possibility Of Increasing Its Presence In Black Sea - Stoltenberg

NATO is considering the possibility of providing additional support to Ukraine, as well as expanding its presence in the Black Sea, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said at a press conference in Brussels at the closure of the North Atlantic...
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Gsp’s Former Coach Accused Of Money Laundering, Drug Trafficking

Victor Vargotskii, a former kick-boxer from Ukraine, has been charged with conspiracy by the RCMP. According to the Montreal Gazette Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) officers raided a number of locations in Quebec and Ontario this week as part...
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Bipartisan Senators Reintroduce Legislation To Slap New Sanctions On Russia

A bipartisan group of senators is renewing their effort to slap new sanctions on Russia over its 2016 election interference and activities in Ukraine and Syria. The bill, spearheaded by Sens. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) and Lindsey Graham (...
Related topics: Russia, Syria, Lindsey Graham

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Manafort Makes Last-ditch Attempt To Prove He Didn’t Lie

“Paul Manafort’s lawyers made a last-ditch bid Wednesday to fight new charges that the former Donald Trump campaign chairman deceived special counsel Robert Mueller about his ongoing political work in Ukraine after his initial...
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Mma Fighter Arrested In St. Petersburg For Alleged Murder In Ukraine 

The athlete had been placed on the international wanted list for alleged murder and vehicle theft.  Vadim Olenchik, a Ukrainian MMA champion, was detained in St. Petersburg for the alleged murder of a man in Kyiv, Ukraine. Interpol officers...

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Un: 2015 Peace Accord For Ukraine's East Not Implemented

A 2015 agreement to bring peace to Ukraine's volatile east remains largely unimplemented and civilians are paying the highest price, with more than 3,300 killed and 3.5 million needing humanitarian aid this year, U.N. officials said...
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Civilians ‘continue To Pay Highest Price’ In Ukraine Conflict, With Peace Prospects Losing...

“Civilians continue to pay the highest price” arising from Ukraine’s on-going conflict with separatist rebels in the east, the UN Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator told the Security Council on Tuesday, a conflict which is still claiming...

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"dangerous Idea": Russia Slams Plans To Hold Us-ukrainian Drills In Black Sea

The Russian Foreign Ministry slammed upcoming joint US-Ukraine military exercises which will take place in the Black Sea dubbed operation Sea Breeze-2019, described as a multinational maritime exercise. “That’s a dangerous idea, and that’s...
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Attempts To Hamper Nord Stream 2, Force Gas Exports Via Ukraine To Fail - Moscow

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Pankin in an interview with Sputnik Saturday addressed the issue of US sanctions against Moscow's state debt, as well as gas transit to Europe.
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The ‘new Normal’: A New Era Of Bigger Migrant Caravans Has Begun

KYIV, Ukraine—Over the past year, migrant caravans from Central America have become bigger and better organized, experts and officials say, underscoring a looming immigration crisis that will test U.S. immigration laws and strain the U.S.-Mexico...

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Prosecutors: Manafort May Have Lied To Improve Chances Of A Pardon

A redacted transcript released Thursday shows that Paul Manafort, President Trump's former campaign chairman, was still working in Ukraine after he was indicted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, and that prosecutors believe he may have lied in...

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Putin’s Game Plan In Ukraine

At the end of 2013, Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine’s president, postponed signing an association agreement with the European Union, choosing instead to pursue closer ties with Russia. Protesters began massing on Kiev’s central square, known as the...
Related topics: Vladimir Putin, Russia, Protests, Kiev

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Rip Russia's Stealth Fighter: Why The Su-57 Is In Serious Trouble

Tom Cooper Security, Europe Big problems for Moscow.  Combined with the dramatic collapse of the Russian economy in the wake of Western economic sanctions following the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the inflexibility of UAC made the Su-57...
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India’s Single Time Zone May Have A Surprising Effect On Education And Poverty

The Indian city of Rajkot lies around 1,000 miles (1,600 km) due west of Kolkata, over in the Indian subcontinent’s easternmost corner. That’s a distance comparable to that between London, England, and Kiev, Ukraine, or between Atlanta, Georgia,...
Related topics: India, United Kingdom, London, Kiev

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The Fetid Left-wing Origins Of @chick_in_kiev (talia Lavin)

  You may not remember the name Talia Lavin, but her anti-American prejudices were revealed in June 2018 when she falsely accused an ICE agent of having a neo-Nazi tattoo. It turned out that, in fact, the ICE agent was a Marine veteran who lost...
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