Все посты за april 2016

Russia defends intercept of U.S. reconnaissance plane over Baltic

The Pentagon said the U.S. Air Force RC-135 plane had been flying a routine route in international airspace and that the Russian SU-27 fighter had intercepted it in an "unsafe and unprofessional" way, Reuters reports. CNN reported that the Russian jet had

Anonymous International hacked accounts of Russia’s controversial chief propagandist

Email and WhatsApp accounts reportedly belonging to Dmitry Kiselyov, Russia's controversial chief propagandist, were hacked on April 29, UNIAN reports. The Anonymous International group put the data up for sale at a starting price of 33 Bitcoins, which is a little less

ATO HQ: militants actively used mortars. 2 Ukrainian soldiers killed, 4 wounded in action in Donbas

In the Luhansk sector, it was quiet yesterday. This morning the Stanytsia Luhanska entrance/exit checkpoint opened again. It will work until 11 May, said the spokesman of the Presidential Administration of Ukraine for ATO issues Colonel Andriy Lysenko at the briefing in the Information

Canada invites small and medium-sized Ukrainian business to its market

A non-profit scientific organization Conference Board of Canada, dedicated to researching and analyzing economic trends and organizational performance, with support of the Government of Canada, is developing  the Canada-Ukraine Trade and Investments Support project (CUTIS) that will help small and medium-sized enterprises

ATO HQ: occupants reinforce forward divisions in Donetsk region, released 130 shells in Mariupol sector in eastern Ukraine

In the Luhansk sector of the Anti Terrorist Operation area in Donbas, invaders three times attacked the Ukrainian army in Schastia, Novotoshkivske (on Bahmutska road) at night, said the spokesman of the Presidential Administration of Ukraine for ATO issues Colonel Andriy Lysenko at

NASA’s Space Apps Challenge 2016 and Education: The World’s Largest Hackathon at Various Locations of the World

Space Apps Challenge is a global NASA’s hackathon known for its front-edge solutions to space challenges and environmental problems. Despite being a forum for top IT geeks and other hi-tech folks, Space Apps Challenge presents great educational opportunities as well. This has

Bison about to be national mammal of the U.S.

After decimating North America's bison population to the brink of extinction and then fighting to bring that same population back to sustainability, the United States will now make bison its official mammal, Mashable.com reports. The House of Representatives passed The National Bison

French Parliament votes to lift sanctions against Russia

The lower chamber of the French parliament, the National Assembly, has voted for the resolution urging the government to act for the lifting of economic sanctions imposed by the West against Russia for its aggression in Ukraine, the National Assembly wrote on

OSCE warns of ‘worrying levels’ of cease-fire violations in eastern Ukraine

The statement by Ertugrul Apakan, head of the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) to Ukraine, came as four civilians were reported killed in shelling in eastern Ukraine, Radio Liberty reports. At least four civilians were killed April 26 when three cars were

Nadiya Savchenko’s sister returned to Ukraine safely

Earlier today the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry reported that Vira Savchenko was detained by the Russian police. MFA said that the Russian police took Vira’s passport, and the Ministry was working on the release of Vira, Joinfo.ua reports. Then the President of Ukraine Petro