Five people, including three babies, stabbed at New York day care
According to authorities, a 52-year-old woman who works at the day care stabbed her female co-worker with a kitchen knife before stabbing three infants and the father of one of the babies.
SBU counterintelligence operatives detained a spy in the Ukrainian government working for Russia
Counterintelligence operatives of Ukraine’s SBU security service on Wednesday exposed the official of the Secretariat of the Ukrainian Cabinet of Minister who was working in the interests of the intelligence of Russia, the agency’s press service reported.
SBU exposes two Russia citizens, conducting subversive activity against Ukraine
The SBU officers exposed two RF citizens, who conducted anti-state activity against Ukraine at the direction of Russian side.
U.S. diplomat attacked downtown Kyiv
An American diplomat was attacked by unknown persons on Kyiv's Maidan Nezalezhnosti Square in the early hours of November 5, according to the press service of Kyiv's police.
Russia blackmails gays with Syria recruitment, victim reveals
Following reports about gay pogroms in the Russian region of Chechnya, a new story sheds more light on state-sponsored policies of repression and intimidation of LGBT people
Court releases Ukraine Interior Minister’s son on personal recognizance, orders to wear ankle bracelet
The Solomensky District Court of Kyiv on Wednesday, November 1, ruled to release on personal recognizance Oleksandr Avakov, the suspect in an embezzlement case, who is the son of Ukraine’s minister of internal affairs.
SBU publishes photo of militant responsible for murder of Colonel Kharaberyush
It is known that he manages Center of Special Operations of the DPR
Interior Ministry advisor names versions of attempt on Osmaev in Kyiv
A killer who shot at Adam Osmayev, ex-commander of the Dzhohar Dudaev peacekeeping battalion, and his wife, ex-soldier of the “Kyiv” Regiment Amina Okueva, obtained a Ukrainian passport on February 10, 2016, adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs, MP Anton Geraschenko wrote on Facebook.
Shootout in Kyiv: Man attacks Chechen volunteers who served with Ukrainian troops in Donbas
Amina Okueva and Adam Osmaev, the famous Chechen warriors who fought in Donbas alongside Ukrainian soldiers, were attacked in Kyiv on late Wednesday. 112 Ukraine TV channel’s correspondent said that, sharing some details of the incident released by the local police.
PGO investigating embezzlement of over UAH 4 bln by employees, shareholders of Pivdencombank, Terra Bank
Ukrainian Prosecutor General's Office (PGO) is conducting a pretrial investigation in a criminal case relate to facts of embezzlement of funds in the amount of over UAH 4 billion by employees and shareholders of public joint-stock company Pivdencombank (Donetsk) and public joint-stock company Terra Bank (Kyiv) that resulted in declaring these banks insolvent.
Poroshenko`s right hand MP Kononenko poisoned: mercury in blood exceeded by 50 times
According to the verdict of doctors, its content in blood was exceeded by 50 times.
Russian intel officer, cybersecurity investigator arrested for possible treason
A top manager for Russia's largest cybersecurity firm and a senior Russian intelligence officer have been arrested on possible treason charges, reported by Unian.
Lutsenko: we obtained irrefutable evidence of Yanukovych’s appeal to send Russian forces to Ukraine
The Prosecutor General added that the military prosecutor's office received irrefutable documentary evidence of the high treason by ex-president, according to 112 TV channel.
Killer of Russian ambassador to Turkey prepared for the attack over two months, using the Web search
Mevlut Mert Altintas collected information about Andrey Karlov since October till December 2016, - Anadolu
USD 2 million bribe: Russia's Economy Minister Ulyukayev detained over corruption allegations
Alexei Ulyukayev is accused of reсeiving USD 2 million payment to secure illicit deal
Poroshenko prolonged effect of Agreement between Ukraine and Netherlands on International mission concerning investigation of MH-17 crash
Petro Poroshenko signed the Law adopted by the Parliament of Ukraine on the ratification of the Agreement (in the form of the exchange of notes) between Ukraine and the Netherlands on prolongation of the effect of the Agreement between Ukraine and the Netherlands on the International Mission to protect investigation of July 28, 2014 until August 1, 2017 (№1688-VIII).
Montenegro says "Russian nationalists" plotted to kill country's PM
The aim was to assassinate the prime minister and to help an opposition party take over parliament, prosecutor says.
Video: Big arsenal of weapons found in Kyiv – shells for Grad, shoulder-fired SAMs, infantry fighting vehicle, anti-tank mines and guns
An armoured fighting vehicle also found at the location
The reason of explosion at military headquarters in Kropyvnytsky, resulted in casualties, was grenade F-1
One person died, three others wounded
Russia's MFA hacked: American computer genius "The Jester" leaves a warning, claiming that nobody is impressed by alleged Russia`s involvement in computer attacks
The man hacked Russia's MFA website leaving the message "Stop attacking Americans"
Russian Nazi Yan Petrovsky, who was taking part in Donbas conflict, arrested in Norway
Yan Petrovsky is a Russian mercenary, who was participating in Donbas conflict in eastern Ukraine, fighting against Ukrainian army for pro-Russian separatists.
In Donetsk Region SBU detains illegal cargos worth more than million hryvnias
In Donetsk Region near the ATO area officers of the Security Service of Ukraine detained illegal cargos worth more than a million hryvnias.
Crimean Tatar people Mejlis is officially banned in Russia: Supreme Court of Russia upheld the decision
"Resolution of the Supreme Court of the Crimea remains unchanged, the appeal - without satisfaction", - announced the decision the chairman of panel of judges, reports "TASS". Thus Crimean Tatar people Mejlis remained banned in Russia and is regerded as an extremist organization.
Dnipro is observing a day of mourning to honor two traffic police officers killed in the line of duty
The city of Dnipro in eastern Ukraine is observing a day of mourning on September 26 to honor two traffic police officers killed in the line of duty in the city the previous day.
Explosions in New York: U.S. officials say a suspicious device found in a trash can near a New Jersey train station
Five questioned in connection with N.Y. bombing as more suspicious devices found
Man stabbed at least eight people at a shopping mall in the U.S. state of Minnesota
Police said a man wearing a private security firm uniform stabbed at least eight people at a shopping mall in the northern U.S. state of Minnesota.
Hundreds of witnesses questioned during the investigation into the murder of Sheremet, but no breakthrough has been made
No breakthrough in Sheremet's murder, police say
OSCE: Circumstances of the death of the journalist Alexander Shchetinin should be promptly and thoroughly investigated
Representatives of international organizations also urge Ukrainian authorities to resolve situation with safety of journalists and punish those responsible
Large car bomb exploded outside a police building in Cizre, Turkey
Blast hits police building in Cizre, in south-east Turkey, killing nine policemen and injuring more than 45
Another explosion killed 3 more security personnel and injured another 7 in Turkey
3rd explosion over last 24 hours
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