Monthly Archives: October 2020

Hunter Biden emails under investigation by Senate Homeland Security Committee after hard drive report emerges

14 October, 2020 – By Brooke Singman | Fox News Chairman Ron Johnson said the panel is working on ‘validating’ the information The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee is investigating newly released emails that reveal that Hunter Biden introduced his father, former Vice President Joe Biden, to a top executive at Ukrainian natural gas firm Burisma Holdings in 2015 at Hunter’s request.  Committee

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The UPA 2020 March took place in Kyiv

On October 14, Kyiv hosted a traditional UPA March organized by Svoboda, the National Corps, and the Right Sector. The event was timed to the Day of the Defender and the 78th anniversary of the UPA. The action was co-organized by the National Corps, Svoboda and the Right Sector. A number of veterans and patriotic organizations also joined. The marchers

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Anti-Semitic poster hung by President’s Office – UJCU

The UJCU claims that this incident falls under the definition of ethnic hatred incitement, prosecuted under Article 161 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine Unidentified persons have hung a poster with anti-Semitic content by the Office of President Volodymyr Zelensky. That’s according to the Telegram channel run by the United Jewish Community of Ukraine. The UJCU reports that the poster reads: “Ukrainians!

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Zelensky offers Ukrainians to answer question on Oct 25 whether it is necessary to impose life imprisonment for especially high-level corruption

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky offered the Ukrainians, as the first question for national polls, which is planned to be held on the day of local elections on October 25, to say whether it is necessary to impose life imprisonment for especially high-level corruption in the country. “Thus, question number one: should we impose life imprisonment for especially high-level corruption?”

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Participants of march in honor of Defenders of Ukraine Day come to President’s Office, voicing their demands to authorities

   A column of participants in the march in honor of Defenders of Ukraine Day in Kyiv came to Bankova Street to the building of the President’s Office demanding to adopt a law on collaborators. According to a correspondent of Interfax-Ukraine several thousand participants of the march are at the building of the President’s Office. Currently, in front of the

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Ukraine marks Defender Day

    On October 14, Ukrainians celebrate the Defender Day and the Protection of Our Most Holy Lady. Ukraine’s Defender Day was officially established on October 14, 2014 by a presidential decree “in order to honor the courage and heroism of the defenders of Ukraine’s independence and territorial integrity, military traditions and victories of the Ukrainian people, foster the further strengthening

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EU Agrees Russia Sanctions Over Navalny Poisoning

The EU on Wednesday agreed to impose sanctions on six people and one entity over the poisoning of Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny with a Novichok nerve agent, diplomats told AFP. Ambassadors from the 27 EU countries approved sanctions after France and Germany proposed measures last week, saying Russia was responsible for the poisoning. In line with usual EU practice, those targeted

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Russia may stop conducting dialogue with EU leaders

The Russian Foreign Minister pointed out the need for the EU and Germany to fulfill their international legal obligations in the case of Navalny’s poisoning, in particular, the Convention on Assistance in Criminal Matters and its supplementary protocols. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said about the likelihood of the termination of communication between Moscow and EU leaders, complaining about the

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U.S. Says ‘Agreement in Principle’ With Russia on Extending Key Nuclear Pact

The United States said Tuesday it had reached an “agreement in principle” with Russia on extending New START, the two nations’ last major nuclear accord, which is due to expire in February. President Donald Trump’s administration has been insisting without success that China enter the nuclear reduction agreement but, with U.S. elections three weeks away, signaled it was willing to keep the

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China, Russia Among Rights Abusers Elected To UN Human Rights Council

October 14, 2020 00:07 GMT – By RFE/RL China and Russia were among 15 countries elected to the UN Human Rights Council on October 13, drawing sharp criticism from rights groups and the United States over their abysmal human rights records. The 193-member UN General Assembly also elected Ivory Coast, Gabon, Malawi, Cuba, Bolivia, Uzbekistan, France, and Britain to the 47-member

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