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      COVID-19: Kyrgyzstan Mulls State Of Emergency; Ukraine Declares Emergency In Kyiv
      Mar21

      COVID-19: Kyrgyzstan Mulls State Of Emergency; Ukraine Declares Emergency In Kyiv

      Kyrgyzstan’s Security Council has recommended that Prime Minister Mukhammedkalyi Abylgaziev declare a national state of emergency beginning on March 22 due to the coronavirus pandemic. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Ukraine To Test Lawmakers For Coronavirus After Colleague Infected
      Mar19

      Ukraine To Test Lawmakers For Coronavirus After Colleague Infected

      The speaker of the Ukrainian parliament and other lawmakers will be tested for the novel coronavirus after one of their colleagues tested positive on March 18, local media has reported. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      U.S. Senator Criticizes Russia For Rights Abuses in ‘Occcupied Crimea’
      Mar18

      U.S. Senator Criticizes Russia For Rights Abuses in ‘Occcupied Crimea’

      U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (Democrat-New Jersey) has criticized Russia for what he called “serious human rights” abuses in Crimea during the six years since Russia’s “illegal occupation and annexation” of the peninsula from Ukraine. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Untested Agricultural Executive Takes Over As Ukraine’s New Economy Minister
      Mar18

      Untested Agricultural Executive Takes Over As Ukraine’s New Economy Minister

      Ukraine’s parliament has approved 44-year-old Ihor Petrashko as economy minister, whose management career has been in large-scale farming, investment banking, and consulting. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Abductions, Torture, ‘Hybrid Deportation’: Crimean Tatar Activist Describes Six Years Under Russian Rule
      Mar17

      Abductions, Torture, ‘Hybrid Deportation’: Crimean Tatar Activist Describes Six Years Under Russian Rule

      Crimean Tatar activist Mumine Saliyeva, whose husband faces up to 20 years in prison on terrorism charges he says are fabricated, speaks to RFE/RL about the repressions Crimean Tatars have faced in the six years since Russia occupied and seized control of the Ukrainian region of Crimea. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      COVID-19: Iran Warns Virus Could Kill ‘Millions,’ Ukraine Suspends Public Transport
      Mar17

      COVID-19: Iran Warns Virus Could Kill ‘Millions,’ Ukraine Suspends Public Transport

      Iran says 135 more people have been killed by the new coronavirus over the past day, a 13 percent spike that has pushed the death toll to 988, as thousands of inmates were temporarily released in an effort to slow the outbreak. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Zelenskiy Calls On Oligarchs To Help Finance Virus Fight As China’s Ma Donates Testing Kits
      Mar17

      Zelenskiy Calls On Oligarchs To Help Finance Virus Fight As China’s Ma Donates Testing Kits

      Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy called on the nation’s wealthiest businessmen to donate funds and equipment to help fight the coronavirus inside the country. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      EU Slams Russia For Militarization, Human Rights In Crimea, Six Years After Referendum
      Mar16

      EU Slams Russia For Militarization, Human Rights In Crimea, Six Years After Referendum

      The European Union has slammed Russia for its increasing militarization of Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula and human rights transgressions six years after its “illegal” annexation. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      COVID-19: Ukraine Reports First Death; Iran To Empty Streets; Kazakhstan Announces First Cases
      Mar13

      COVID-19: Ukraine Reports First Death; Iran To Empty Streets; Kazakhstan Announces First Cases

      Ukraine has reported its first novel coronavirus death. Authorities said on March 13 that an elderly woman died after being hospitalized a day earlier in a western region of the country, prompting security officials to announce a border closure to foreigners within 48 hours. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Ukrainian Nationalists Disrupt Peace Presentation On War In East
      Mar13

      Ukrainian Nationalists Disrupt Peace Presentation On War In East

      Ukrainian police say 15 people were arrested on March 12 after a group of right-wing activists disrupted a presentation in Kyiv regarding a possible political settlement in the war in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...