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Unrest near Verkhovna Rada on August 31 – reasons and opinions

On August 31 Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted amendments to the Constitution which are supposed to guarantee decentralization of power in the country. This decision caused unrest inside as well as outside the Verkhovna Rada. Several parties which have greatly lost their value in coalition blocked the tribune meanwhile outside people gathered for meeting which […]

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3 civilians killed in shelling of Mariupol outskirts

3 civilians killed in shelling of Mariupol outskirts

Terrorist shelling of Sartana and Lebedynske village in outskirts of Mariupol has got one more victim. The woman who had got serious wounds during the shelling died in the hospital recently. Unian reports this with reference to local Mariupol news website 0629. In addition, woman’s daughter was also hospitalized after shelling, doctors had to amputate her […]

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There are no wounded soldiers who don’t want to live

There are no wounded soldiers who don’t want to live

Head of polytrauma intensive care department in Dnipropetrovsk Mechnikova Hospital Igor Yovenko speaks about everyday heroism of Ukrainian doctors who save lives of servicemen. The original video reportage made by hromadske.tv. If you would like to help Ukrainian Army and its wounded soldiers in this conflict – here is a good list of verified ways […]

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In Dnipropetrovsk on June 14 people will honor memory of fallen paratroopers

In Dnipropetrovsk on June 14 people will honor memory of fallen paratroopers

Memorial event dedicated to anniversary of IL-76 disaster near Luhansk will be held in Dnipropetrovsk. Activist of volunteer organization ‘People’s Army’ Vladyslav Titariov informed this in Facebook. ‘I remember that day well… Then there was night and information about downed plane. And there was shock. Later in Kramatorsk airport Vadym Rychkov said: now we have […]

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Day of Remembrance and Reconciliation in Ukraine

Day of Remembrance and Reconciliation in Ukraine

Meanwhile almost 7 000 civilians and more than 1600 servicemen have laready been killed by Russian aggression. Today Ukraine celebrates Day of Remembrance and Reconciliation for the first time. This date was established by presidential decree ‘On Measures to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the victory over Nazism in Europe and the 70th anniversary of Second […]

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Fighters move their equipment closer to the front line

Fighters move their equipment closer to the front line.

Russia-backed fighters strengthen their armed groups at the forefront and move their resources closed to the front line. Spokesperson of presidential administration of ATO issues colonel Andriy Lysenko informed this during press briefing in Kyiv. According to intelligence, Russia-backed fighters strengthen their armed groups at the forefront. Ukrainian servicemen register high activity of the enemy […]

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Journalist published record of DNR ‘elite’ talking about tortured Ukrainian prisoner

DNR ‘elite’ talking about to tortured Ukrainian prisoner

There has appeared another evidence of war crimes committed in self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic. Journalist of Ukrainian TV channel 1+1 has got evidence that fighters in DNR torture and kill Ukrainian servicemen. Journalist Andriy Tsaplienko published record of telephone conversation in which so-called officials of DNR decide how to hide traces of torture on the […]

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Photo gallery of Chernobyl disaster

Photo gallery of Chernobyl disaster

  Yesterday, on April 26, was anniversary of Chernobyl disaster – the world’s biggest nuclear catastrophe. This photo gallery contains images of destroyed part of nuclear plant, people involved in fire liquidation, equipment contaminated with radioactive particles. Inscriptions warn of high level of contamination. Disaster and Chernobyl Nuclear Plant took place on April 26, 1986. […]

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Ukraine in WWII

Ukraine in WWII

In World War II Ukraine was torn between two opposing totalitarian regimes. Nazi Germany and Soviet Union fought to control our fruitful lands. Our people were forced to fight against each other in the two opposing armies. This infographics was made by Ukraine Crisis Media Center. It demonstrates horrors that Ukraine and its people experienced […]

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Memorial in memory of ATO soldiers

Memorial in memory of ATO soldiers

  Memorial to commemorate soldiers killed in Eastern Ukraine has been opened in Dnipropetrovsk. About 200 temporarily unidentified participants of ATO were buried at Krasnopilsk cemetery in Dnipropetrovsk. On April 20, 2015 a memorial in commemoration of fallen soldiers was opened there. ‘We’ve gathered here to honor memory of those people who defended their land, […]

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