Monthly Archives: August 2020

‘HQ beheaded’: Leader of Tsikhanouskaya’s election team detained

On Saturday afternoon, Maryia Maroz, head of presidential candidate Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya’s campaign office, has been rounded up in Minsk. Tomorrow, August 9, is the official day of the 2020 presidential election in Belarus. “Maryia Maroz has just been detained. Hardly had we driven up to the office as she was detained. They showed some documents, put her in a blue

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Russia: Ukrainian Security Service behind detention of Wagner mercenaries in Belarus

Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) is behind the detention of Russian mercenaries in Belarus, writes the Russian newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda with reference to an informed source. 33 Russian citizens were detained in Belarus on July 29th. According to Belarusian law enforcement officials, they came to the country to destabilize the situation before the presidential elections. Ukraine said that among the detainees

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Russia warns Israel against further strikes on Syria

Moscow opposes Israeli airstrikes in Syria and warns Tel Aviv against such actions in the future, said the press service of the Russian Foreign Ministry. “We warn the Israeli leadership against repeating such steps, which have dangerous consequences for the entire Middle East region,” the ministry said. Earlier, Israel carried out air strikes on populated areas of Syria in the

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Ukraine Tells Russia: “Cease Military Aggression against Georgia”

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine said in its statement of August 7 that it “strongly condemns the military aggression of the Russian Federation against Georgia unleashed on August 7, 2008, the illegal occupation of Georgia’s sovereign territories in Abkhazia and the Tskhinvali region/South Ossetia, as well as Russia’s occupation regime actions aimed at their actual annexation.” Ukrainian Foreign

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Ukraine, Georgia issue joint statement to condemn Russian aggression

     The Permanent Missions of Georgia and Ukraine to the United Nations issued a joint statement on the 12th year anniversary of the Russia-Georgia August 2008 war. Oleg Nikolenko, spokesman for the Permanent Mission of Ukraine to the United Nations, posted the text of the statement on Facebook “We condemn the continued occupation and steps towards de-facto annexation of Abkhazia

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Yaroslavsky claims strong-arm pressure in relation to Motor Sich deal, asking President Zelensky to interfere

     After the announcement of the Chinese Beijing Xinwei Technology Group on an application to the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine (AMCU) filed jointly with DCH for the purchase of Motor Sich, the Prosecutor General’s Office (PGO) additionally seized the shares, changing the accusation to “high treason,” the DCH owner, businessman Oleksandr Yaroslavsky has said. “At the same time, strong-arm pressure

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Border Service Bans Russian Singer Glukoza From Entering Ukraine For 3 Years

    The State Border Guard Service has banned Russian singer Glukoza (Natalya Ionova) from entering Ukraine for 3 years. Ukrainian News Agency learned this from a statement of the State Border Guard Service. It is noted that the Russian woman arrived in Ukraine on a flight from Minsk. During the registration, the border guards of the Kyiv Separate Checkpoint found

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Ceasefire offers opportunity for eastern Ukraine peace push, says president

Saturday, August 08, 2020 6:14 a.m. EDT by Thomson Reuters By Natalia Zinets TARAMCHUK, Ukraine (Reuters) – Ukraine wants to build on a lull in fighting in the eastern Donbass region to push for a lasting peace settlement at a new round of four-way talks with Russia, France and Germany, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy told Reuters. Dressed in a T-shirt and

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Police chief accused of mandating Euromaidan crackdown appointed to key post in Zelenskyy’s Office

In the latest appointment which brings closer the revenge of the pre-Euromaidan regime ancien, President Zelenskyy has appointed to a top post in the President’s Office a Yanukovych-era police chief who approved of the crackdown on Euromaidan protesters in 2013-2014. The official is Oleg Tatarov, and he has been appointed to the post of the Deputy Head of the President’s Office. Tatarov told

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NYC ‘illegally’ housing pedophiles near Upper West Side playground

By Nolan Hicks, Jennifer Gould and Laura Italiano August 7, 2020 This shocking article is a demonstration of the horror of ‘progressive’ * politics. * Has this word ever been used in a more absurdly inappropriate way than the way these people actually describe themselves? Disgusting daylight displays like this have become common since the city began housing the homeless at Upper West Side

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Troll Warriors: Who is Commenting On Popular YouTube Channels With Anti-Western Rhetoric And Why

August 6, 2020 A massive information campaign against Ukraine’s pro-EU and pro-Western orientation is spreading in Ukraine across TV channels and social networks. Anti-Western videos on Youtube often have hundreds of thousands of views and huge numbers of comments. In this piece, we explore who these commenters are, and whether or not they are real people. METHODOLOGY In cooperation with

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