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United Kingdom to expand support to Ukraine’s Armed Forces

Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon has said that the United Kingdom stands firmly alongside Ukraine as the British Army prepares to broaden its already extended training package to all of the country’s armed forces.

Visa-free travels for Ukrainians. EU, wake up!

The president of Ukraine Poroshenko said in a commentary to Reuters that Ukraine expected to get clearance for visa-free travel to the European Union for its citizens within a "very few" weeks after meeting the bloc's requirements.

Flying car. Airbus plans to test a prototype this year

Airbus Group announced that it plans to test an autonomous airborne taxi prototype for one passenger by the end of 2017. Flying taxis as the next logical step in urban transportation.

Poland. US troops conduct first gunnery range

The Soldiers of Bravo and Charlie Companies, 1st Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment, 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division of United States Armed Forces have rolled out to the fields of Poland for the first time.

Moldova not to recognize Crimea annexation

Moldovan President Igor Dodon has said at a news conference in Moscow that he is not going to recognize Russia's annexation of Crimea.

Laser Developed Atmospheric Lens: system to spy on enemies from space

Laser Developed Atmospheric Lens (LDAL) – a new type of directed energy laser and lens system designed to improve commanders’ ability to observe adversaries’ activities over much greater distances in the future battlefield.

UEFA. Lobanovskyi among top 10 football coaches of all time

Valerii Lobanovskyi, who won 13 national league titles, nine domestic cups and two European Cup Winners' Cups in three spells with Dynamo Kyiv, was named among the best coaches of all time.

Lithuanians gathered 120 thousand Euro to support Ukraine

The funds will be used both to support Ukrainian Armed Forces, in their heroic struggle against Russian aggression, and the civilian population in Donbass area, suffering from the dire consequences of the war.

French company Engie starts gas supplies to Ukraine

French company Engie started gas supplies to Ukraine. The import of gas is carried via the territory of Poland through the gas metering station in the village of Hermanowice.

Russia Spread Fake News And Disinformation In Sweden

Russia’s propaganda took “active measures” to exert “covert influence” on public opinion and decision making in Sweden. Troll armies are targeting journalists and academics, including the ‘hijacking’ of Twitter accounts.

US Abrams tanks delivered in Poland to protect NATO’s eastern borders

The first batch of main battle tanks arrived in Poland from the United States as part of the effort to strengthen NATO's eastern flank. "The...

Freelance reporter caught trying to smuggle MH17 debris to Netherlands

The Dutch police seized at Schiphol airport on Saturday night a number of MH17 related items, including possible human remains from freelance reporter Michel Spekkers.

Fake: Kyiv – The Most Dangerous City in Europe

Despite the fact that Russia’s Moscow and Saint Petersburg are rated lower that Kyiv in Mercer’s personal safety ranking, Brinded declares the Ukrainian capital to be Europe’s most unsafe metropolis.

Montenegro coup participant’s ties with Russian military attache in Serbia revealed

A supposed participant in the attempted coup in Montenegro and member of the radical public organization Zavetnici, Nemanja Ristić, stayed in contact with the Russian military attache in Serbia, Col Andrey Kindyakov.

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