Hybrid deportation from Crimea 2017/7/26 14:49:56

It is specifically freedom that is the primary unifying value here. It not only unites various people around Ukraine, but separates them from Russians who presumably do not value freedom of thought or conscience. 

The Court came to the conclusion that the Ukrainian authorities had done all in their power, under the circumstances of the hostilities in Eastern Ukraine, to address Mr Khlebik’s situation. Notably, they had duly examined the possibility of restoring his case file.


Kurt Volker: "This is not a frozen conflict, this is a hot war, and it's an immediate crisis that we all need to address as quickly as possible."


FEMEN is outraged by the arrival of dictator Lukashenko in Ukraine. Hundreds of Ukrainians died for democracy and freedom of Ukraine, and now at the official level in our country they take a man who in his country kills, kidnaps people, and terrorizes Belarusians.


Analyst: “Thus far, Ukraine has received from the IMF only four tranches worth USD 8.5 bln from the External Funds Facility program, launched in March 2015 with a total value of USD 17.5 bln. (To be precise, Ukraine can get about USD 16.8-17.0 bln based on the actual USDSDR rate).”


Jr. Sgt. Sedrak Aghajanyan reportedly died in 1941 during battles near Malyn, a city in Zhytomyr Oblast located about 100 kilometres northwest of Kyiv


Transparency International Ukraine wrote an open letter to lawmakers on 21 June 2017  asking them to investigate any possible violations on the part of Prosecutor General’s Office while confiscating the US$1.5 billion dollars, the amount that Prosecutor General’s office said had been seized.


Analyst: [The Poroshenko administration] “has yet to bring a single influential political player to trial for criminal charges, let alone conviction. The lack of convictions has cost the administration much credibility among the public, both domestically and in the West.”


FILE- In this Wednesday, July 20, 2016 file photo, forensic experts examine the wreckage of a burned car in Kyiv, Ukraine. After renowned journalist Pavel Sheremet was slain by a car bomb in central Kyiv, Ukraine’s president promised all-out efforts to solve the case. But as of Thursday’s, July 20, 2017, anniversary of the killing, there’s no visible progress.

(Sergei Chuzavkov, File/Associated Press)


A undated still image taken from a video footage shows Marat Nurmagomedov, a 33-year-old Russian who fought for Islamic State in Syria, during an interview in Ukraine. REUTERS/Reuters TV REUTERS


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