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Filaret. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

Filaret urgently calls local council to “resurrect” Kyiv Patriarchate

Filaret has set a date for an urgent local council, during which he wants to officially resume the activities of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Kyiv Patriarchate (UOC-KP).
Ukrainian army. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

17 attacks by Russian troops yesterday: no losses among Ukrainian soldiers, two Russians wounded

The Joint Forces adequately returned fire in line with the Minsk agreements in response to enemy’s shooting. According to intelligence, two invaders were wounded on June 10.
International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF). Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

IAAF extends Russian athletics ban

The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has once again extended the disqualification of the All-Russia Athletic Federation (ARAF).
Lithuania, Poland, Ukraine. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

Lithuania and Poland adopt declaration on Ukraine’s EU membership

We will build a stronger European Union. And a stronger EU is a union with Ukraine. A high level of security is also related to Ukraine’s membership in NATO.
European Solidarity. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

Poroshenko ready to become prime minister

Former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is ready to become new prime minister, if his party European Solidarity wins early parliamentary elections.
An-124-100. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

Ukrainian court issues arrest warrant for five Russian Ruslan aircraft

The aircraft were arrested at the request of the Ukrainian Antonov Concern, which claims that the airworthiness of the aircraft was renewed with a violation.
Gazprom. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

Gazprom capitulates in gas dispute with Ukraine

A gas dispute between Russia and Ukraine, which translated into a reduction and later suspension of supply, will apparently finally end with Gazprom capitulating.
Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber extend reign at Number 1

Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber celebrate their fourth week at Number 1 as I Don’t Care keeps its grip over the Official Singles Chart.
BM-21 Grad. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

Russia deployed heavy weapons to the demarcation line in Ukraine

The Russian commanders continue to prepare the military units for the deployment to the front-line positions with the command and personnel acceptance centers.
ATR channel. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

Ukraine asks Google not to block the Crimean Tatar TV channel

The National Council in its letter to the Google Corporation emphasizes that the broadcasting of Ukrainian media is under the jurisdiction of Ukraine.
Sanctions. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

EU intends to renew sanctions against Russia

The European Union is committed to renewing economic sanctions against the Russian Federation for its aggression against Ukraine.
Crimean Tatars. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

Lithuania recognizes deportation of Crimean Tatars in 1944 as genocide

The Lithuanian Seimas acknowledged the crimes committed by the Soviet Union against the Crimean Tatars in 1944 and called on the international community to stand by the Crimean Tatars.
Maria Myrosh - Elon Musk is a Martian

First singer on Mars

Maria Myrosh, most likely, will be our first pop and rock star on Mars. So what about the tickets, Elon Musk?
Pruglo Oleksyuk died. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

Dmytro Pruglo, Maksym Oleksyuk lost their lives in Donbas on June 7

Russian troops used artillery to attack the outposts of the Ukrainian military in the area of Novoluhanske. Two Ukrainian soldiers deceased.

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