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Ukraine News Today Apr. 18, 2017: Deficit of Ukraine’s foreign trade in goods up to $336.5 mln in Feb 2017; Ukraine ranked 88th in The Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2017; IMF offers recipe for Ukraine’s pension system

Ukraine News Today Apr. 18, 2017: Deficit of Ukraine's foreign trade in goods up to $336.5 mln in Feb 2017; Ukraine ranked 88th in The Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2017; IMF offers recipe for Ukraine's pension system

Deficit of Ukraine’s foreign trade in goods up to $336.5 mln in Feb 2017 The deficit of Ukraine’s foreign trade in goods in February 2017 was $336.5 million, while in the previous month $86.7 million, the State Statistics Service has ...

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Ukraine News Today Mar. 24, 2017: Militants launch 94 attacks in last day, 1 Ukrainian soldier killed, 3 wounded; Ukrainian media disclose name of ex-State Duma deputy Voronenkov’s assassin; Military engineers demining Balakliia town area after explosions

Ukraine News Today Mar. 24, 2017: Militants launch 94 attacks in last day, 1 Ukrainian soldier killed, 3 wounded; Ukrainian media disclose name of ex-State Duma deputy Voronenkov's assassin; Military engineers demining Balakliia town area after explosions

Militants launch 94 attacks in last day, 1 Ukrainian soldier killed, 3 wounded Russia’s hybrid military forces attacked Ukrainian army positions in Donbas 94 times in the past 24 hours with one Ukrainian soldier killed and 3 wounded in action, ...

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Ukraine News Today Mar. 15, 2017: Ukraine halts all movement of goods across contact line in Donbas; Ryanair to launch 11 flights from Kyiv, Lviv in October; Militants transport Ukrainian coal from occupied Donbas to Russia

Ukraine News Today Mar. 15, 2017: Ukraine halts all movement of goods across contact line in Donbas; Ryanair to launch 11 flights from Kyiv, Lviv in October; Militants transport Ukrainian coal from occupied Donbas to Russia

Ukraine halts all movement of goods across contact line in Donbas The National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine on Wednesday decided to stop the movement of goods across the line of demarcation in the zone of the Anti-Terrorist Operation, ...

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Ukraine News Today Mar. 13, 2017: EU prolongs Russia sanctions for 6 months; Militants intensify shelling on Ukrainian troops; Wizz Air launches four new flights from Ukraine in summer

Ukraine News Today Mar. 13, 2017: EU prolongs Russia sanctions for 6 months; Militants intensify shelling on Ukrainian troops; Wizz Air launches four new flights from Ukraine in summer

Fighting “non-stop”: Defence Ministry on escalation in Donbas On Sunday, hostilities near the town of Avdiyivka lasted more than 10 hours, and on the eastern outskirts of Mariupol – around-the-clock, speaker for the ATO at Ukraine’s Defense Ministry Andriy Lysenko ...

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Ukraine News Today Mar. 10, 2017: Donbas blockade activists demand closing Russia’s Sberbank offices in Ukraine; OSCE mission reports deterioration of security situation in Donbas; Militants launched 80 attacks on Ukrainian troops, 5 soldiers wounded

Ukraine News Today Mar. 10, 2017: Donbas blockade activists demand closing Russia’s Sberbank offices in Ukraine; OSCE mission reports deterioration of security situation in Donbas; Militants launched 80 attacks on Ukrainian troops, 5 soldiers wounded

Donbas blockade HQ gives two weeks to close Russia’s Sberbank in Ukraine If not, they threaten to “close it themselves” The headquarters Donbas blockade delivered an ultimatum to the Cabinet of Ministers to close all the offices of Russia’s Sberbank ...

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Ukraine News Today Mar. 8, 2017: Ukraine’s Foreign Minister tells U.S. senators of Russia’s arms supplies to Donbas; Militants launched 108 attacks, 7 soldiers wounded in past 24 hours

Ukraine News Today Mar. 8, 2017: Ukraine’s Foreign Minister tells U.S. senators of Russia's arms supplies to Donbas; Militants launched 108 attacks, 7 soldiers wounded in past 24 hours

Ukraine’s Foreign Minister tells U.S. senators of Russia’s arms supplies to Donbas Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin during his two-day Washington visit attended a Tuesday hearing “On Russian Policies and Intentions Toward Specific European Countries” at the Subcommittee on State, ...

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Ukraine News Today Mar. 6, 2017: Ukraine v. Russian Federation court hearings start in ICJ; Canada sent 200 military instructors to train Ukrainian military; Militants launch 100 attacks on Ukrainian troops on Sunday, 2 soldiers wounded

Ukraine News Today Mar. 6, 2017: Ukraine v. Russian Federation court hearings start in ICJ; Canada sent 200 military instructors to train Ukrainian military; Militants launch 100 attacks on Ukrainian troops on Sunday, 2 soldiers wounded

Ukraine v. Russian Federation court hearings start in International Court of Justice The start of hearings at the ICJ on the indication of provisional measures within the case of Ukraine v. Russian Federation gives a chance to prevent further deterioration ...

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Ukraine News Today Mar. 4, 2017: Militants launch 115 attacks, 2 Ukrainian soldiers wounded; OSCE states significant increase in artillery shelling in Donbas; Portugal recognizes the Holodomor in Ukraine as genocide

Ukraine News Today Mar. 4, 2017: Militants launch 115 attacks, 2 Ukrainian soldiers wounded; OSCE states significant increase in artillery shelling in Donbas; Portugal recognizes the Holodomor in Ukraine as genocide

Militants launch 115 attacks, 2 Ukrainian soldiers wounded in last day Russia’s hybrid military forces attacked Ukrainian army positions in Donbas 115 times in the past 24 hours with two Ukrainian soldiers reported as wounded in action (WIA), according to ...

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Ukraine News Today Feb. 26, 2017: Ukraine commemorates the third anniversary of Russia’s annexation of Crimea; Militants launched 49 attacks on Ukrainian troops, 4 soldiers wounded in action on Saturday

Ukraine News Today Feb. 26, 2017: Ukraine commemorates the third anniversary of Russia’s annexation of Crimea; Militants launched 49 attacks on Ukrainian troops, 4 soldiers wounded in action on Saturday

Ukraine not to hold direct talks with militants despite being pushed toward their legitimization – envoy Various forces have been pushing Ukraine toward legitimization of Donbas militants and holding direct negotiations with representatives of the temporarily occupied areas of Donetsk ...

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