Monthly Archives: October 2020

Vadim Rabinovich: Medvedchuk’s actions in Moscow show the highest state level of this person

Interview with Vadim Rabinovich, co-chairman of the Opposition Platform – For Life party, on the air of 112 Ukraine TV channel – Now the people’s deputy of Ukraine, co-chairman of the faction “Opposition Platform – For Life” Vadim Rabinovich is joining our broadcast. Vadim Zinovievich, good afternoon, we welcome you. – Hello. You know, the language does not turn to say “Good

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Poroshenko’s health condition improving after positive COVID-19 test – media

Poroshenko, 55, has diabetes, and such patients are at risk for COVID-19.REUTERS The health condition of former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and leader of the European Solidarity Party, who has recently tested positive for COVID-19, is improving. “He’s better,” a representative of Poroshenko’s team told the Ukrayinska Pravda online newspaper. Poroshenko, 55, has diabetes, and such patients are at risk for

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Russia allocates 65 million dollars to ensure water supply in Crimea

Also, the Russian Federation intends to allocate $ 11 million for the overhaul of water pipelines The Russian government has allocated 4.95 billion rubles ($ 65 million) to provide water supply in Crimea. The corresponding order was signed by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, the press service of the Russian government reports. “The Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol

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Water cannons and tear gas: Police in Belarus begin mass arrests of protesters

A video of the brutal beating of people in Minsk appeared on the web During the March of Pride in Belarus, security officials began mass arrests of protesters using force, water cannons and tear gas, Tut.by reports. Pushkinskaya metro station in Minsk was closed at the entrance and exit. Also people there were dispersed using water cannons. However, in Minsk

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Heavy Shelling and Civilian Casualties Dash Hopes for Karabakh Ceasefire

Hopes that a Russian-brokered ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan might hold were further dashed Sunday, with both sides accusing the other of intense shelling on civilian areas and escalating two weeks of fierce clashes. Azerbaijan’s foreign ministry said that overnight shelling by Armenian forces on the country’s second largest city, Ganja, had left seven people dead and 33 wounded including

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At capacity A sharp increase in coronavirus cases leaves hospitals across Russia running out of beds

In Russia, against the backdrop of a sharp increase in new coronavirus cases, the number of available hospital beds for COVID-19 patients has decreased significantly, and patients undergoing diagnostics are waiting for hours to get CT scans. In a new report, the Russian business newspaper “Kommersant” breaks down how the second coronavirus wave is impacting the country’s hospitals, based on conversations

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Thousands rally in Kyiv, demand release of Kremlin’s hostages (Video)

Several thousand people took part in the campaign.Photo from the Freedom to Kremlin’s Political Prisoners community Thousands of people rallied in the Ukrainian capital city on October 10 as part of the Remind Everyone campaign to demand that the authorities intensify efforts to release Ukrainian citizens held captive by Russia-controlled forces in occupied Donbas and in Russian prisons. Several thousand

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