Monthly Archives: November 2020

Marine border guards base in Mariupol is being modernized with the support of the Americans

In Mariupol, the maritime border security base is being modernized, which will help to strengthen the protection of Ukraine’s borders on the Sea of ​​Azov. This was reported on the website of the city ​​council. The project is supported by the US government. Its goal is to strengthen the security of Mariupol. “This is an important step in strengthening the maritime security not only

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First eight people in Donbas to receive compensation for destroyed housing due to Russian aggression

First eight applicants in the Luhansk oblast will receive compensation for housing destroyed as a result of the armed aggression of the Russian Federation. This was reported on Facebook of the Ministry of Temporarily Occupied Territories of Ukraine. The first meeting of the commission on payment of monetary compensation for housing destroyed as a result of a military emergency caused

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Russia Threatens to Block YouTube for ‘Censoring’ State Media

Russia could block YouTube and other major U.S. social media platforms for “censoring” content from Russian state media, according to draft legislation submitted to parliament Thursday. The draft bill explains that the Prosecutor General’s Office and the Foreign Ministry would be able to identify foreign platforms they view as violating Russians’ rights by restricting content. That designation would allow Russia’s

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Resolution by UN General Assembly on Crimea is biased — diplomat

According to the Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Ukraine used the UN platform for peddling its political and territorial claims to CrimeaUnited Nations headquarters© AP Photo/Mary Altaffer MOSCOW, November 19. /TASS/. The Ukraine-initiated resolution on Crimea is politically biased, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova told a news briefing in Moscow on Thursday.READ ALSO UNGA committee adopts resolution condemning human rights

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Belarus Adds Opposition Telegram Channel Founders to Terror List

Belarusian authorities on Wednesday added the creators of the Nexta Live opposition Telegram channel, which mobilized protesters during the country’s ongoing post-election rallies, to a list of terrorists. Protests in the ex-Soviet country broke out in early August after strongman leader Alexander Lukashenko won a disputed reelection for a sixth term.  The opposition believe political novice Svetlana Tikhanovskaya was the

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Russian law enforcement agencies refuse to initiate criminal case into Navalny poisoning

The Federal Security Service (FSB) of Russia has refused to open a criminal case under Article 355 of the Russian Criminal Code on the development, production and storage of banned chemical weapons in connection with the poisoning of oppositionist Alexei Navalny, reported lawyers of Navalny’s Anti-Corruption Foundation with reference to the response of the Investigative Directorate of the FSB. According to the

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Sandu: We must bring Moldova out of isolation and thaw bilateral relations with Ukraine

    President-elect of the Republic of Moldova Maia Sandu called for thawing bilateral relations with Ukraine. Sandu made a relevant statement during a meeting with Ambassador of Ukraine Marko Shevchenko, the Action and Solidarity political party posted on Facebook. It is noted that Sandu thanked President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky for the greetings. The parties discussed the current situation in

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We’re all living in America, and it is not wunderbar

Disinformation often mirrors the news stream. Therefore, it might not be surprising this week’s disinformation heavily features events in the United States. Among the frequent targets: Joe Biden’s policy towards Russia, Covid-19 and alleged plans of the US establishment to abuse the pandemic and rig the US presidential elections. Please, fasten your seatbelts. One narrative claims Joe Biden, when inaugurated,

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