Materials on 22 November 2017 year

  • Torn networks. How Facebook and Twitter are used to spread hate
    Vadim Dovnar
    Photo: ru-an.info In February 2017, Russian Defence Minister Sergey Shoygu publicly announced that "the information operations troops" had been set up in the Russian Federation, which…
  • The situation in the area of the antiterrorist operation in Donbas remains unstable as militants nine times breached the ceasefire agreement, including seven times in the Luhansk sector…
  • Canada set to train Ukrainian military to use modern weapons Canadian Defence Minister Harjit Sajan says that modern weapons are useless without a skilled application. "Our plans are not just about equipment for it's easy to supply, but it will…
  • Cabinet appointed new supervisory board of Naftogaz Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers at its meeting on Wednesday, 22 November, appointed new members of the Supervisory Board of the national oil and gas company Naftogaz Ukraine. Prime…
  • National Police gets detectives The National Police created a department of detectives within its Main Investigation Department, police chief Serhiy Knyazev said on Wednesday, 22 November, during a conference organized…
  • President inks judicial reform bill President Petro Poroshenko on Wednesday, November 22, signed a law amending the Economic Procedural Code, Civil Procedural Code and the Code of Administrative Proceedings, the press…
  • Poroshenko leads in popularity poll with 16.1% 16.1% of Ukrainian voters say they are ready to support the incumbent head of state Petro Poroshenko in the presidential elections should the ballot be held next Sunday. The president…
  • OSCE: armed men stay on Luhansk streets The OSCE special monitoring mission reported on Wednesday afternoon that the situation in Luhansk is generally calm, although armed men and military-type vehicles stay on the streets…
  • Luhansk chieftain Plotnytskyy denies fleeing to Russia The head of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People's Republic (LPR), Ihor Plotnytskyy, has denied fleeing to Russia, according to Radio Liberty/Radio Free Europe. "I did not go anywhere…