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      On Ukraine’s Border, the Coronavirus Ends a Hasidic Pilgrimage
      Sep19

      On Ukraine’s Border, the Coronavirus Ends a Hasidic Pilgrimage

      After days of pleading to enter Ukraine despite virus travel restrictions, some pilgrims sang the country’s national anthem, to no avail. Most turned back on Friday. …read more Source:: The New York...

      Virus Strands Hasidic Pilgrims on Ukraine-Belarus Border
      Sep16

      Virus Strands Hasidic Pilgrims on Ukraine-Belarus Border

      Hundreds of Jewish pilgrims seeking to travel from Belarus to Ukraine to visit the grave of a revered rabbi were barred from entering because of virus restrictions. …read more Source:: The New York...

      Abducted Opposition Leader in Belarus Averts Expulsion to Ukraine
      Sep08

      Abducted Opposition Leader in Belarus Averts Expulsion to Ukraine

      A plan by security agents to expel Maria Kolesnikova came unstuck at the border when she tore up her passport. …read more Source:: The New York...

      Mothers, Babies Stranded in Ukraine Surrogacy Industry
      Aug15

      Mothers, Babies Stranded in Ukraine Surrogacy Industry

      Virus travel bans are wreaking havoc on surrogacy agencies that help same-sex couples build families. …read more Source:: The New York...

      Fighting False News in Ukraine, Facebook Fact Checkers Tread a Blurry Line
      Jul26

      Fighting False News in Ukraine, Facebook Fact Checkers Tread a Blurry Line

      Facebook hired a Ukrainian group battling Russian disinformation to flag misleading posts. But critics say the fact checkers’ work veers into activism. …read more Source:: The New York...

      Armed Man Seizes Hostages on City Bus in Ukraine
      Jul21

      Armed Man Seizes Hostages on City Bus in Ukraine

      A man with a firearm and explosives called the police to announce he was holding about 20 people hostage in the western city of Lutsk. He made political demands. …read more Source:: The New York...

      Teetering Independence of Ukraine’s Central Bank Tests a Key I.M.F. Demand
      Jul03

      Teetering Independence of Ukraine’s Central Bank Tests a Key I.M.F. Demand

      The International Monetary Fund agreed to lend Ukraine $5 billion over 18 months while stressing the importance of central bank independence. Three weeks later, the central banker quit, citing political pressure. …read more Source:: The New York...

      Illegal Logging Is Blamed for Worsening Floods in Ukraine
      Jun24

      Illegal Logging Is Blamed for Worsening Floods in Ukraine

      Environmentalists say illegal logging in the Carpathian Mountains is contributing to flooding. Rising waters forced the partial evacuation of a hospital treating Covid-19 patients. …read more Source:: The New York...

      I.M.F. Approves Critical Loan for Ukraine
      Jun10

      I.M.F. Approves Critical Loan for Ukraine

      President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine won an endorsement for his anti-corruption policies with the approval of a $5 billion lending program from the International Monetary Fund. …read more Source:: The New York...

      Ukraine’s Backlog of Babies Born to Surrogates Begins to Ease
      Jun10

      Ukraine’s Backlog of Babies Born to Surrogates Begins to Ease

      Eleven foreign couples, previously barred by coronavirus restrictions, have entered the country to meet their newborns. But births are still outpacing pickups. …read more Source:: The New York...