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      Yanukovych Says Ukraine’s Poroshenko Could Only Win Rigged Elections
      Feb07

      Yanukovych Says Ukraine’s Poroshenko Could Only Win Rigged Elections

      Former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovich said on Wednesday that the current head of state could only win next month’s election if it were rigged. …read more Source: Latin American Herald...

      Osaka, Svitolina Cruise into Quarterfinals of Australian Open
      Jan22

      Osaka, Svitolina Cruise into Quarterfinals of Australian Open

      Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka (4) and Ukrainian Elina Svitolina (6) both cruised on Monday into the quarterfinals of the Australian Open after beating Latvia’s Anastasija Sevastova (13) and Madison Keys (17) of the United States, respectively. …read more Source: Latin American Herald...

      Serena Williams Advances to Last 16 in Australian Open
      Jan19

      Serena Williams Advances to Last 16 in Australian Open

      Serena Williams used the 18-year-old Dayana Yastremska’s inexperience to her advantage as she overpowered the Ukrainian to make it to the fourth round of the Australian Open on Saturday. …read more Source: Latin American Herald...

      Svitolina Beats Zhang to Advance to Last 16 in Australian Open
      Jan19

      Svitolina Beats Zhang to Advance to Last 16 in Australian Open

      Ukraine’s Elina Svitolina defeated former quarterfinalist Zhang Shuai of China to reach the round of 16 at the Australian Open on Saturday. …read more Source: Latin American Herald...

      Pope Calls for Peace in Middle East, Africa, Ukraine in Urbi and Orbi Address
      Dec25

      Pope Calls for Peace in Middle East, Africa, Ukraine in Urbi and Orbi Address

      Pope Francis delivered on Tuesday his traditional Christmas message, in which he called for peace between Palestinians and Israelis and an end to conflicts in Syria, Yemen, Ukraine, and throughout the African continent. …read more Source: Latin American Herald...

      Ukrainian Orthodox Church Head Leads Kiev Liturgy after Cutting Russia Ties
      Dec17

      Ukrainian Orthodox Church Head Leads Kiev Liturgy after Cutting Russia Ties

      The newly-elected head of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church led a liturgy at the iconic, golden-domed St. Michael’s Cathedral in central Kiev on Sunday for the first time since the church ended its 332-year-old relationship with Russia’s Orthodox authority in a move steeped in politics. …read more Source: Latin American Herald...

      NATO: Russia Must Comply with INF Treaty, Release Ukrainian Vessels, Sailors
      Dec04

      NATO: Russia Must Comply with INF Treaty, Release Ukrainian Vessels, Sailors

      NATO’s head Jens Stoltenberg said on Monday that Russia needed to take immediate action in order to comply with a 1987 arms agreement aimed at eliminating intermediate and shorter-range missiles. …read more Source: Latin American Herald...

      Putin Says Poroshenko Declared Emergency to Limit Rights in Ukraine
      Dec03

      Putin Says Poroshenko Declared Emergency to Limit Rights in Ukraine

      Russia’s President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday that his Ukrainian counterpart, Petro Poroshenko, imposed a state of emergency to limit the rights and freedoms of citizens, following the detention of Ukrainian sailors by the Russian coastguard. …read more Source: Latin American Herald...

      Ukraine Bars Russian Men Aged 16-60 from Entering Country under Martial Law
      Dec01

      Ukraine Bars Russian Men Aged 16-60 from Entering Country under Martial Law

      Ukraine has barred on Friday Russian men aged between 16-60 from entering the country as a condition of the martial law it imposed in 10 Ukrainian regions amid fears in Kiev of a Moscow-backed land invasion. …read more Source: Latin American Herald...

      Detained Ukrainian Sailors Transferred to Moscow, Crimean Authority Says
      Dec01

      Detained Ukrainian Sailors Transferred to Moscow, Crimean Authority Says

      Two dozen Ukrainian sailors detained by Russia during a naval clash in the Black Sea have been transferred to Moscow after a court in Crimea, a territory that Russia annexed from Ukraine in 2014, ordered them to remain in preventative prison pending trial for which they face allegations of illegally crossing into Russian territory, authorities...