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A huge blast has rocked a chemical factory in Donetsk in eastern Ukraine, the city council says on its website. The blast wave reportedly shattered windows in houses in a radius of several kilometers. 207 more words
Today amongst numerous Bills (4443a and 4143) relating to broadcasting in Ukraine, was Bill 5036.
Within Bill 5036, Article 9, there a new paragraph was proposed, under which a broadcaster is not entitled to distribute audiovisual works, among which the main characters are police, armed forces, special services of Russia and/or the Soviet Union and/or the Russian Empire – except audiovisual works of Soviet production, which were manufactured before August 1991. 232 more words
After returning from what can only be described as a less than successful ASEM Summit with regard to progress vis a vis The Kremlin, President Poroshenko has signed the election law amendments relating to voter bribery. 490 more words
Odessa Port Side is a State owned entity of arguably some strategic value – which is why despite being rumoured to be on the privitisation lists of various Ukrainian governments over the years, it has after deliberation, never actually been sold – at least it has never been sold as far as anybody knows, and remains on the register of the State Property Fund. 509 more words
Russian students you’re out …and Ukrainian students, you’re in! Ukrainian students will replace Russian students in the United States exchange program. A total of 300 slots are available after Russia withdrew from the program., which gives scholarships to students who want to reside and finish highschool in America. 114 more words