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An employee of the international governmental organization OSCE has been sentenced to thirteen years by authorities in Russia-supported Luhansk.
The possibility of another Chernobyl incident brings Turkey to Ukraine's side.
“There was a certain girl here who was handing out some permission to paint to artists, complete nonsense. I gave her this work, and the first thing she said was that it was a very dangerous job, because if Gorbachev saw it, he would not allow the unification of Germany and that she will send it to the senate of West Berlin, which was a different country, for approval.”
Estonia has placed limitations on Russians seeking residency permits for education.
“It’s unclear what happened, but you can’t bring people back to life.”
Belarusian President Lukashenko pleads for Ukraine and Russia to come to an agreement.
Ukraine's effective use of long-range weaponry shocks the Russian military.
Russia's streamlined passport process, offered to residents of Kherson and Zaporizhia, has been expanded to include all Ukrainian citizens.
Finland seeks to strengthen its eastern border with Russia, as the country nears to joining NATO.
In a recent meeting, President Vladimir Putin claimed that the invasion into Ukraine wasn't anything "real" or "serious."
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