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      G7 ‘Alarmed’ By Ukraine ‘Undoing’ Anti-Graft Reforms
      Oct30

      G7 ‘Alarmed’ By Ukraine ‘Undoing’ Anti-Graft Reforms

      The Group of Seven (G7) leading industrialized countries says it is “alarmed” by the rollback of reforms in Ukraine after the Constitutional Court stripped the country’s anti-corruption agency of some of its critical powers. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Ukraine’s Top Court Deals Critical Blow To Anti-Corruption Agency
      Oct28

      Ukraine’s Top Court Deals Critical Blow To Anti-Corruption Agency

      Ukraine’s Constitutional Court has stripped the country’s anti-corruption agency of some of its critical powers. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Drone Diplomacy: Ukraine’s Plan To Build Turkish Drones
      Oct28

      Drone Diplomacy: Ukraine’s Plan To Build Turkish Drones

      Ukraine says it plans to buy more than 40 military drones from Turkey and wants to establish a large-scale assembly plant to build the unmanned combat aircraft. It comes as the two countries signed military cooperation agreements on October 16, deepening their defense partnership, which is seen as an effort to counterbalance Russia’s...

      U.S. Congressional Ukraine Caucus Worried Nord Stream 2 Sanctions Bill Could Be Dropped
      Oct28

      U.S. Congressional Ukraine Caucus Worried Nord Stream 2 Sanctions Bill Could Be Dropped

      Members of the Congressional Ukraine Caucus are concerned a U.S. bill to expand sanctions on a Russian natural-gas pipeline to Europe could be dropped from the 2021 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Amid Election Spat, Hungary Labels Ukraine’s Entry Ban Order ‘Pathetic And Nonsense’
      Oct27

      Amid Election Spat, Hungary Labels Ukraine’s Entry Ban Order ‘Pathetic And Nonsense’

      Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto has called “pathetic and nonsense” Ukraine’s decision to bar the entry of two Hungarian government officials over what Kyiv said was meddling in local elections. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Zelenskiy Stresses Free Nature Of Elections In Ukraine After Historic Vote
      Oct26

      Zelenskiy Stresses Free Nature Of Elections In Ukraine After Historic Vote

      Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy touted the country’s free elections and insisted Ukraine is moving in the right direction after polls closed October 25 in local elections considered the most consequential in the country’s modern history. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Protester Confronts Ukraine’s President Outside Polling Station
      Oct25

      Protester Confronts Ukraine’s President Outside Polling Station

      Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy’s bodyguards struggled with a female protester who blocked his way while blowing a whistle on October 25. According to Ukrainian media reports, she was protesting against Zelenskiy’s “sexism.” The president and the first lady, Olena Zelenska, came to cast their ballots in local...

      Hold Your Tongue: School Incident Plays Into Sensitive Issue Of Language In Ukraine
      Oct25

      Hold Your Tongue: School Incident Plays Into Sensitive Issue Of Language In Ukraine

      An elementary-school art teacher in Odesa berated a pupil for speaking Ukrainian, not Russian, driving her to tears in front of her classmates. When the teacher was dismissed, it fit into what one analyst called a gradual role reversal between Ukraine’s two most commonly spoken tongues. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

      Crimea Drills For Water As Crisis Deepens In Parched Peninsula
      Oct25

      Crimea Drills For Water As Crisis Deepens In Parched Peninsula

      Drilling crews in Russia-controlled Crimea have begun digging new water wells near the Salhyr River in hopes of easing the severe drought on the peninsula. Environmental groups, however, worry about the ecological impact. Crimea’s water crisis came after Ukraine shut down a 400-kilometer canal that carried water to the region following...

      Ukrainians Go To The Polls In Historic Local Elections
      Oct25

      Ukrainians Go To The Polls In Historic Local Elections

      Voters across Ukraine will cast ballots on October 25 in local elections being held under a new Electoral Code that decentralizes power from Kyiv to local governing bodies. …read more Source:: Radio Free Europe / Radio...