Monthly Archives: November 2019

1 in 4 Young Russians Haven’t Heard of the Fall of the Berlin Wall – Poll

More than a quarter of young Russians have never heard of the fall of the Berlin Wall three decades ago, the independent Levada Center pollster said ahead of its 30th anniversary. The Berlin Wall divided the German city’s Soviet-occupied eastern sector from American, British and French-occupied West Berlin when it was built in 1961. Communist East Germany tore the wall

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Patriarchate of Alexandria recognizes autocephaly of Ukrainian Orthodox Church

The Patriarchate of Alexandria, which holds second place after the Ecumenical Patriarchate in diptychs, has officially recognized the autocephalous Ukrainian Orthodox Church as Patriarch Theodore II remembered in prayer Metropolitan Epiphanius of Kyiv and All Ukraine. “The Patriarchate of Alexandria officially recognized the autocephalous Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Patriarch Theodore II remembered in prayer Metropolitan Epiphanius of Kyiv,” BBC News Ukraine reports According to the

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The president who hates Ukraine

By Bermet Talant. Published Nov. 8. Updated Nov. 8 at 11:28 am U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during the International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Conference and Exposition at the McCormick Place Convention Center on Oct. 28, 2019, in Chicago, Illinois. The U.S. House impeachment inquiry is set to start public hearings next week into whether Trump abused his powers in

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US Ambassador to Ukraine: Zelensky’s team blames Poroshenko for consequences of war in Donbas

Former US Special Representative for Ukraine Kurt Volker hinted to the Office of the President of Ukraine that they should abandon the idea of prosecuting former president Petro Poroshenko. This was learned from the testimony which US Chargé d’Affaires in Kyiv William Taylor gave to Congress, a survey of which was published by Evropeiska Pravda. Taylor spoke of a meeting

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How Russia Issues Fake Passports to Its Operatives in Ukraine

On 27 October 2014, a man named Igor Nikoalevich Beregovoy arrived in Simferopol, Crimea, after boarding an Aeroflot flight in Krasnodar earlier that afternoon. Igor Nikolaevich was born on 30 December 1965, from the Crimean city of Simferopol. However, there is another man named Igor Nikolaevich born on 30 December 1965, and who was born in Simferopol — Igor Nikolaevich Bezler, the

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Suspect in MH-17 case is willing to testify if Dutch investigators come to Donbas

The retired Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) militant Vladimir Tsemakh is willing to testify to the Dutch investigators about the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 catastrophe, but only if the investigators come to the part of the Donbas that is controlled by pro-Russian militants, Interfax reports, citing Tsemakh’s attorney, Anatoly Kucherena. “Naturally, the questioning can only take place in his homeland, in the

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U.N. top court rejects Moscow’s call to block Ukraine vs Russia case – media

A ruling on Moscow’s involvement in Ukraine would set a precedent that could impact other cases dealing with Russia’s alleged link to the July 2014 downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 over occupied eastern Ukraine. REUTERS The United Nations’ top court for disputes between states on Friday said it has jurisdiction to hear a lawsuit filed by Ukraine against Russia

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Russia Disrupts Separation Of Forces In Petrovske In Donetsk Region – JFO HQ

Russian troops have disrupted the separation of forces in the population center of Petrovske (Donetsk region). Press service of the Joint Forces Operation has said this in a statement, Ukrainian News Agency reports. According to the report, the enemy did not announce its readiness for the separation of forces. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, special representative of the Organisation

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Poland fines international company $45 mln over Nord Stream 2

Poland’s Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) has imposed a fine of PLN 172 million (almost $45 million) on Engie Energy for failing to provide information on the Nord Stream 2 project in which the company participated, according to a statement published by UOKiK on its website. “This is the result of a lack of cooperation in the proceedings

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Patriarchate of Alexandria recognizes autocephaly of Ukrainian Orthodox Church

The Patriarchate of Alexandria, which holds second place after the Ecumenical Patriarchate in diptychs, has officially recognized the autocephalous Ukrainian Orthodox Church as Patriarch Theodore II remembered in prayer Metropolitan Epiphanius of Kyiv and All Ukraine. “The Patriarchate of Alexandria officially recognized the autocephalous Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Patriarch Theodore II remembered in prayer Metropolitan Epiphanius of Kyiv,” BBC News Ukraine

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Fossil wants to challenge Trump

Manhattan fossil Michael Bloomberg said he wants to challenge President Donald Trump in the 2020 elections. Maybe this money stacking jew with Russian roots would be a great partner for the Zelensky-Kolomoisky mafia? Seriously, this old fart is a joke, and surely no competition for Donald Trump. © 2019 News to laugh at Advertising

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“We can’t help” – Japan refused visa to Crimean saxophonist due to non-recognition of Russian annexation of Crimea

Japanese authorities have banned the entry of a saxophonist from Crimea Veronika Kozhukharova, who received a Russian passport after the illegal Russian annexation of the peninsula. Her colleague, harpist and composer Aleksandr Boldachev, with whom the young woman was supposed to perform in Japan, informed about the incident. The Japanese embassy in Moscow insists that Kozhukharova obtain a visa in

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