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Ukraine Fears Mariupol City would be Next to Fall to Russian-Backed Rebel Forces

At the height of the conflict in 2014, the people of Mariupol, Ukraine, feared their city would be the next to fall to Russian-backed...

Ukraine Ensures Participants in Women’s Day ‘Protected from Violence’

Amnesty International is urging the Ukrainian authorities to ensure that participants in events marking International Women’s Day on March 8 are “protected from violence.” One...

2015 Agreement to Bring Peace to Ukraine’s East Remains Unimplemented

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...

Kick In The Grass: Angry Fans Mock At Ukrainian Soccer Player’s Transfer To Russia

It's one thing for a Ukrainian soccer club to lose a top defender, quite another to see him go to a top team in...

Putin Inaugurated Bridge That Links Russian Mainland to Crimea

Russian President Vladimir Putin has inaugurated a highly-controversial bridge linking the Russian mainland to Crimea, tightening Russias hold over the contested peninsula which Moscow...

Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster: Stray Dogs Receive Treatment From a US-Based Team of Veterinarians

Chernobyl, August 23, 2017: A Boston-based international animal-welfare group says it is sending a veterinary team to Ukraine to treat dogs near the site...

Researchers from Germany give new explanation to the extinction of Neanderthals

August 07, 2012: Early modern humans and Neanderthals shared a similar diet - consisting mainly of mammoth and plants - and also competed for...

Russian President Vladimir Putin proposes development of Robotic Weapons in the country

Russia, Jan 27, 2017: Russian President Vladimir Putin has proposed the development of robotic weapons by his country's arms companies to radically change the entire...

Rotten Wooden Bridge is a Fragile Lifeline for Inhabitants of a small Russian village

Russia, November 6, 2016: The Rotten Wooden Bridge which is the only lifeline of the inhabitants of the village of Luch, in Luhansk Oblast, a...

Dutch authorities release MH17 probe reports

The Hague: Dutch authorities on Tuesday released the findings of their probe into the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash over the conflict-hit region in eastern...

World Bank approves $500m loan for Ukraine

Kiev: The World Bank's Board of Executive Directors has approved a loan of 500 million US dollars to help with Ukraine's structural and macroeconomic reforms,...

71 journalists killed in 2015: PEC report

  Geneva: A total of 71 journalists were killed from January to June of 2015 in 24 countries, a 7 percent increase over the same period...

Only regret has been the failure to bring back the 39 abducted Indians: Sushma Swaraj

'My only regret is that while we have evacuated thousands of our nationals from Iraq, Ukraine, Yemen, Libya, but the 39 Indians remain in Iraq. I feel my wait will end very soon and we will be successful in bringing them back.'

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