Ukraine first used Turkish Bayraktar in battle

The drone successfully detected an enemy artillery battery in Donbas and destroyed one cannon.The Bayraktar drone passed its baptism of fire in Donbass / Photo from UNIAN, Nikolay Lazarenko For the first time, the Ukrainian military used Bayraktar drones against militants and Russian troops who occupied the regions of Donbass. Volunteer Roman Donik announced this on his Facebook page . “To save the lives of

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Merkel received a “certificate of dismissal” (photo)

The German President handed over an important document to Merkel.Angela Merkel Receives “Certificate of Dismissal” from Frank-Walter Steinmeier / Reuters In Berlin on Tuesday evening, October 26, German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier handed Chancellor Angela Merkel a notice of the end of her term. Merkel received a “letter of resignation” at the Bellevue Palace, according to photos published by Reuters.Angela Merkel

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Ukrainian military get modernized attack helicopters

26.10.2021 17:50 Konotop Aircraft Repair Plant Aviakon, part of Ukraine’s state defense conglomerate Ukroboronprom, has handed over a batch of repaired and serially modernized Mi-24PU1 helicopters to the army aviation of the Ukrainian Ground Forces, Ukroboronprom’s press service has reported. The transfer of Mi-24PU1 helicopters to the Ukrainian military took place as part of the state defense order, the report said. Aviakon

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Kremlin demands Google display annexed Crimea and Kuril Islands as part of Russia

The head of the State Duma Committee on Security and Anti-Corruption Vasily Piskarev demanded at a meeting with the heads of Google Corporation that the company display annexed Sevastopol, Crimea and the Kuril Islands as part of Russia in the Google Maps service, TASS reports with reference to the press service of the committee. According to Piskarev, at a meeting with Google’s

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First, we’ll take back Scythian gold, and then – Crimea: Zelensky on Dutch court judgment

26.10.2021 14:20 President Volodymyr Zelensky has praised today’s ruling of the Amsterdam Court of Appeal to return the Scythian gold collection to Ukraine “a long-awaited victory.” That’s according to Zelensky’s tweet seen by Ukrinform. “Ukraine’s long-awaited victory in the court of Amsterdam! Scythian gold will return to Ukraine,” Zelensky wrote. Zelensky thanked the court for the fair decision, and the teams of

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UkraineInvest received 27 applications from potential investors for a total sum of $2B

26.10.2021 15:30 The Investment Promotion Office (UkraineInvest) has received 27 applications from potential investors for a total sum of $2 billion. Executive Director of UkraineInvest Serhiy Tsivkach said this at a meeting with representatives of Polish and Ukrainian investors, which was dedicated to the investment climate in Ukraine in 2021 and plans for 2022, Ukrinform reports. “As of today, we

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“Unjust and unlawful”. Invaders in Russia and Crimea are outraged by the decision on the Scythian gold

The ” head” of the Crimea occupied by Russia, Sergei Aksenov, called the decision of the Amsterdam Court of Appeal on the return of Scythian gold to Ukraine “unjust and unlawful” . “ In essence, this is a fig leaf covering an insolent raider takeover. Scythian gold was found in the Crimean land, where it lay for many hundreds of years, these values ​​are an integral part

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Dutch Court Says Crimean Gold Treasure Must Return to Ukraine

A Dutch court ruled on Tuesday to hand over gold artifacts unearthed in annexed Crimea to Ukraine, dealing a blow to Russia’s claims to the collection.  Both Moscow and Kiev claimed ownership of the Scythian treasures dating back to the 2nd century B.C., which were loaned to Amsterdam’s Allard Pierson Museum. The museum’s “Crimea: Gold and Secrets of the Black

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An escaped intelligence official said the Saudi crown prince wanted to kill the king with a poisoned ring from Russia

The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, spoke of the possibility of assassinating the country’s king Abdullah with the help of a poisoned ring from Russia. Saad al-Jabri, a former high-ranking Saudi intelligence officer, spoke about this in an interview with CBS television . According to him, in 2014, Muhammad bin Salman told his cousin Muhammad bin Naif, who at that

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Ukraine was invited for the first time to the meeting of the NATO Supreme Advisory Committee

The representative of Ukraine will take part in the discussion of issues that were previously the exclusive prerogative of NATO member states.Ukraine was for the first time invited to participate in the expanded format of the Conference of National Armaments Directors / photo from UNIAN, Mikhail Palinchak Today, October 26, chaired by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg , a meeting of the

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Microsoft blames Russian intelligence for a new wave of cyber attacks

Behind the hacker attacks is the Nobelium group, which is associated with the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service.Microsoft warned of more than 22.8 thousand cyberattacks by Nobelium / photo REUTERS Company Microsoft has accused Russia of a new wave of hacker attacks against hundreds of companies and organizations. According to Microsoft Vice President Tom Burt, the attacks are linked to the Nobelium hacker group based in

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The Kharkiv plant gained new life after privatization and began production of chargers for electric cars

After privatization, the abandoned Sistema plant began manufacturing charging stations for electric cars. The company sells a high-tech product around the world and pays about 30 million hryvnias in taxes to the budget every year. Leading manufacturer of chargers and charging stations AutoEnterprise bought in Kharkov at a transparent privatization auction abandoned premises of the plant, which in the past produced

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Dozens of migrants tried to break through from Belarus to Poland: servicemen were wounded

Foreigners beat the border guards with branches and threw stones.Dozens of migrants tried to break into Poland / screenshot Dozens of migrants attacked the Polish border from Belarus. As a result of the attempt to break through, two Polish soldiers were injured. This was reported by the press service of the Polish Migration Service . According to the border guards, about 60 people tried to break through. Foreigners

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Centuries later, Russia still claims Ukraine’s cultural, scientific heritage

Top officials of the Russian Ice Hockey Federation pose for the photographs as they present a logo for the 2023 Ice Hockey World Championship planned to be held in Russia, on Sept. 21, 2021. For the new logo, Russia has used a fragment from the “Sportsmen” painting by Kazimir Malevich, the iconic Kyiv-born artist of Ukrainian and Polish origin. Russian

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Ukrainian content moderators among Facebook’s lowest paid workers

On Oct. 19, the employees of the U.S. firm Accenture, the company which hires content moderators for Facebook, run a mobile billboard outside the Accenture office in Washington, targeting Accenture CEO Julie Sweet. Last year she made a total of $17 million, while moderators are pleading fruitlessly for higher pay.Photo by Foxglove/TwitterPopularon social mediaCOVID-19 in Ukraine: ​​14,634 new cases, 330 new

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The next Navalny

EVRO INTELLIGENCE Oct 25, 2021 It’s not big news at the moment, but the story of Mikheil Saakashvili, the former Georgian president, might be in the headlines more soon. Saakashvili returned to Georgia this month after eight years in exile. He was arrested on October 1, having been convicted of abuse of power in absentia in 2018, and has been

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Russian officer “with JCCC armband” worries about status of Joint Centre employees assigned by “DNR/LNR” occupiers

Russian officer Ruslan Vakhitov, legalized in the occupied Donbas as head of the de jure non-existent “DNR representative office in the JCCC Ruslan Yakubov” fears that the detention of his impostor colleague from CALO threatens the inviolability of status of the Centre’s employees. The Russian stated this in an interview with one of the separatist Telegram channels. In his opinion,

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The Ministry of Health of Crimea plans to purchase mobile refrigerators for storing the bodies of those who died from covid. Morgues cannot cope with the load

Crimean morgues cannot cope with the load during the new wave of COVID-19, Kommersant writes with reference to the Acting Minister of Health of the region Konstantin Skorupsky.  “Due to the increase in mortality, the burden on all departments is increasing: both forensic and pathological,” he said, adding that residents of Simferopol have repeatedly complained that they were given the

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NATO’s flirtation with adding 2 more members runs the risk of starting a war the US can’t afford to fight

US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin is visiting Europe this week having said Ukraine and Georgia have an “open door to NATO” and that “no third country has a veto over NATO’s membership decisions.”  Because both countries have been on the receiving end of Russian aggression, it is natural to feel sympathy for Ukraine and Georgia — but offering them

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Alexei Bayer: Hungary’s next mistake

In the 1930s, many Western leftists saw the Soviet Union as a harbinger of the just and prosperous new world and flocked to Moscow to admire Josef Stalin’s Potemkin village. Now Hungary seems to be playing the same role for America’s right-wingers. Fox News anchor Tucker Carson has made a pilgrimage to Hungary, ex-Vice President Mike Pence has spoken at

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A child when seized, Bohdan Kovalchuk has spent 5 years in Donbas militant captivity

Halya Coynash oct 25. 2021 Bohdan Kovalchuk, when forced by the militants to ’confess’, Bohdan’s grandmother, with his photo, asking people to remember him (and help use pressure to free him)  It is five years since the Russian proxy ‘Donetsk people’s republic’ [DPR] seized five young lads and forced them to give videoed ‘confessions’ for DPR and Russian propaganda.  One

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“Russia’s terrible dream”: an expert explained why the Kremlin is afraid of Ukraine’s joining NATO

Kochevenko said that the Armed Forces of Ukraine are today one of the most powerful armies in Europe.Ukraine and NATO can benefit each other / photo from UNIAN, Andriy Krymsky Ukraine is currently not only able to turn to NATO for support , but is also capable of helping the Alliance itself. This was stated on the air of the Dom TV channel by a military

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