Quarter of Donbas citizens are in desperate need of food, - UN
About quarter of citizens of the occupied territories of Luhansk and Donetsk regions incurs the deficit of the food products. It is the preliminary estimation of the food security by the UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
Russian citizen working for DNR militants sentenced for 8 years in prison
Novomoskovsky court in Dnipro Oblast sentenced detained Russian citizen Vasiliy Kusakin, who thought with the militants in DNR for eight years, as the court sentence says.
27 civilians died, 62 got injured in Donbas, - OSCE SMM
27 civilians died and 62 got wounds of varying severity due to the blowing up by the mines or blind shells in Donbas in 2017. The press service of OSCE SMM reported this.
Khreshchatyk to be closed off for Independence Day parade rehearsal
On Wednesday, August 16, due to the rehearsal of the military parade, planned for the celebration of the Independence Day, a part of Khreschatyk will be closed off, the Kyiv city state administration reports.
Poroshenko responds to reports on Ukraine’s alleged involvement in DPRK’s missile success
Following reports hinting at a Ukrainian trace in deliveries of missile engines to North Korea, President Petro Poroshenko instructed the authorities to launch immediately a thorough and comprehensive investigation, according to a posting on the president’s Facebook page.
Ukraine Def. Ministry reports 4 WIA's in past 24 hours
Four Ukrainian soldiers were wounded in fighting in eastern Ukraine in the past 24 hours, according to a Ukrainian defense ministry spokesman.
Ukrzaliznytsia officials accused of abuse worth $10 mln
Detectives of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) have served charge papers on former deputy head of PJSC Ukrzaliznytsia (Ukrainian Railways), the directors of one of the departments of Ukrzaliznytsia, as well as deputy director of one of the company's branches, the press service of the NABU has reported.
Ukraine sees exports growth by almost 24% in H1
Ukraine's exports of goods grew by 24.2%, or US$4.03 billion, in the first half of 2017 (H1) year-over-year (y-o-y), to $20.7 billion, according to the Ukrainian Economic Development and Trade Ministry's press service.
Malware of Ukrainian hacker supposedly used in Russian cyber attacks
Ukrainian hacker known by the online name Profexer has given himself in to the Ukrainian Police, as his malware, without him knowing the purpose of the client, went on to be used in the D.N.C hack, as the New York Times report.
AirBaltic to start flights from Kyiv to Lisbon
The Lithuanian Air Company airBaltic intends to start the flights Kyiv-Lisbon. The first is planned for March 27, 2018. The Baltic carrier will outrun the Hungarian low-coster Wizz Air in three weeks as CTS reported.
OSCE announces new patrol bases in Donbas
OSCE observers will set new patrol bases in Donbas in the near time; Alexander Hug, first deputy head of OSCE SMM in Ukraine reported this at a Tuesday briefing.
Russia embroils Ukraine in scandal with supply of missile engines to North Korea
The Minister of Defense of Ukraine Stepan Poltorak claimed that the scandal over the missile engines of North Korea is the explicit fake. He claimed this at the meeting with the journalists that was broadcasted by 112 Ukraine.