Monthly Archives: December 2019

Explosion in bank branch in Kyiv: Police told new details

Two criminal cases have been opened upon fact of incident. Attackers who blew up and robbed an ATM in Kyiv were informed of suspicion. Message of the national police noted. “As a result of coordinated actions, law enforcement officers detained two people who are reasonably suspected of committing this crime. This is a 39-year-old foreigner and a 33-year-old Kyiv citizen,

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Child killed after attackers shoot at car downtown Kyiv (Photo, video)

The incident appears to be an attempt on Kyiv Regional City Council deputy ad entrepreneur Viacheslav Soboliev. Unidentified perpetrators on Sunday, December 1, opened gunfire on a Range Rover vehicle in Kyiv city center. The attack appears to be an attempt on Kyiv Regional City Council deputy and entrepreneur Viacheslav Soboliev, a source in law enforcement has told UNIAN. Besides

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Ukrainian mentioned in investigation about Russian involvement in referendum in Catalonia, – media

Investigators do not rule out that there are ties between the leaders of the Catalan separatists and Russian spies The Spanish court investigation on the intervention of Russian special services in the attempt to declare independence of Catalonia concerns the activities of a citizen of Ukraine and a citizen of Russia who were arrested last year on October 4 in

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Zelensky urges to reduce heating tariffs after his rating plunges

After his approval rating took a 12-point hit in one month, President Volodymyr Zelensky appeared to go into a damage-control mode.  On Nov. 30, Zelensky urged the government to find a way to cut the heating tariffs for Ukrainian households – and moreover, to do it immediately.   Utility tariffs, especially prices for gas and central heating, are among the most

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StopFake #262 with Marko Suprun: Russia invaded Ukraine

Editor’s Note: The Kyiv Post publishes the English-language videos from StopFake.org, a non-governmental organization that debunks myths and fake news about Ukraine. StopFake began its work after the EuroMaidan Revolution that ousted President Viktor Yanukovych, triggering Russia’s war in Ukraine. The project was launched by alumni and students of Kyiv-based Mohyla School of Journalism and the Digital Future of Journalism.

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Lukashenka, Putin agree on single parliament, govt – top diplomat about integration

Alyaksandr Lukashenka and Vladimir Putin approved the plans to establish a common government and parliament, Belarusian Ambassador to Russia Uladzimir Syamashka said in an interview with TUT.BY. “The presidents admitted that the objectives set [in the 1999 Union Treaty] are ambitious and they should not need to be changed. These are the following: a shift to unified tax legislation, the

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