Author Archives: Suzanna

Nazi bomb found in Moscow’s Kremlin

An aerial bomb of Nazi troops was retrieved and removed from the Kremlin during archaeological excavation, the Kremlin’s commandant Sergei Khlebnikov said Thursday. The undetonated bomb was unearthed when archaeologists were strengthening the thick soil layer over a former ice cellar used for food storage, Khlebnikov said, adding that the World War II weapon was defused and eliminated. He said

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Bloomberg: Ukrainian economy grows despite slowdown across Europe

The Ukrainian economy surged in the second quarter of 2019 despite U.S.-China trade tensions and slowdown across Europe. “Data this week showed expansion in the former Soviet republic [Ukraine] surged last quarter, even as U.S.-China trade tensions and a wider global slowdown weighed on most of the continent,” Bloomberg reports. The pace – 4.6% -was unexpectedly quick, the agency notes.

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Luxembourg Court Obliges Gazprom To Pay USD 2.6 Billion In Favor Of Naftogaz Under Stockholm Arbitration Decisions

A Luxembourg court has ordered Gazprom (Russia) to pay USD 2.6 billion to the Naftogaz of Ukraine National Joint Stock Company based on two arbitration proceedings at the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (Sweden). This is stated in the financial report of Gazprom, Ukrainian News Agency reports. The company also notes that it does not agree with

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Court Urges NACB To Open Case Upon Alleged Violations By Prosecutor General Lutsenko

The Solomiyanskyi District Court of Kyiv has urged the National Anticorruption Bureau (NACB) to open a criminal case upon alleged violations by Prosecutor General of Ukraine, Yurii Lutsenko. This follows from court records, Ukrainian News Agency reports. At a hearing the court found out that on October 13, 2018, an applicant party addressed Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada, Andriy Parubiy,

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