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The 75th Anniversary of Victory over Nazism: No Mass Events Due to Quarantine

According to the results of the survey, almost half of Ukrainians surveyed (by the Foundation for Democratic Initiatives in conjunction with the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology.) believe that the date of May 9 is, first of all, the victory of the people in the Great Patriotic War and the events on this day cannot […]

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Shevchenko’s love and suffering in “Taras. A Comeback”: The First Trailer

Taras Povernennia

A trailer of the new Ukrainian film “Taras. A Comeback” has been released by the production center Insight Media. The film will tell a story of Taras Shevchenko’s exile in the Novopetrovsk fortress in Mangistau (Kazakhstan) before his release from the army. The plot of the movie revolves around the persecutions of the poet by […]

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With Word and Deed

In the situation of the increasingly terrifying pandemic situation in Ukraine, the price of antimicrobial agents has risen dramatically, and some of their components simply cannot be found anywhere. Priests from the department of social service of the Kyiv Metropolitanate of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine have decided to help underprivileged Ukrainians and hospitals by […]

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COVID-19 in Ukraine: Facts and Figures

As of 07:00 on March 25, 113 cases of COVID-19 coronavirus were registered in 13 regions of Ukraine. Three more cases of COVID-19 coronavirus infection have been confirmed in Kyiv, and thus, there are already 34 cases of this infection in the region. The number of infected persons by region: Chernivtsi region – 38 (1 […]

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What You Need to Know About Ranking Your Website

Search engines have been a key piece in the development of the internet as we know it today. Once the internet became a public and a widely available tool in the world, search engines were the main way to surf or browse the internet for millions of people. The gradual ascension of search engines from […]

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Covid-19 in Ukraine: Easter at Home

On Wednesday, March 25, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky announced the launch of the state project “Easter at Home”. According to him, at the moment the project is only being prepared. Zelensky says, he has talked with the heads of the churches and enlisted their support. “Easter usually gathers a lot of people in the […]

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Safety Measures and Precautions for Generators

There is no doubt that generators have positively impacted the industrial and residential societies, leading to an increase in both productivity and quality of life. Amidst today’s turmoil, power outages are becoming something that people have to sadly accept as a part of their life. Generators offer the opportunity for businesses and homes to never […]

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What it Takes to be a Music Icon

Wondering how you can become a music icon? If you are passionate about music, then you should take into account certain factors that can help develop your career. Like any other career, music requires commitment for you to become a superstar.  As such, this guide will give you some tips that can help you realize […]

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7 Pitfalls of Getting Tech Education at Ukrainian Governmental Universities

Together with India, Ukraine is at the forefront worldwide when it comes to highly qualified IT professionals. Ukrainians now constitute a large share of the workforce in many tech companies, regardless of size. This may be sending the message that Ukrainian universities prepare top-notch specialists. And their expertise reaches far beyond IT professionals graduating in […]

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Cruising for Change: North Korea

By Teresa Studzinski, Arlene J. Schar, and Dr. David Leffler “May you live in ‘interesting’ times” is an oft-quoted expression to connote living in times of danger and uncertainty, and surely the citizens of Asia are living in such unprecedented times. For 4th time in less than two weeks, North Korea has test-fired two more […]

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