Personal data is disclosed in a list of soldiers' applications for land plots in the town of Dubno.
18:45, 05 November 2020
During the meeting, three topics were allegedly discussed
13:35, 13 October 2020
The letter from the Democrats asked for the FBI to share what it knows with all lawmakers.
13:40, 21 July 2020
President's Office stands for introducing criminal liability for leaking taped communications between officialsLeaks of such communications pose a threat to national security, Yermak believes.
19:50, 01 July 2020
The first portion of the recordings was released on May 19, 2020.
21:59, 22 June 2020
The IMF expected only a 75% increase in the tariffs.
16:57, 20 May 2020
The core files from the new collection, called "The Dark Side of the Kremlin," included "hundreds of thousands of messages and files from Russian politicians, journalists, oligarchs, religious figures, and nationalists/terrorists in Ukraine," said the group that posted it, Distributed Denial of Secrets, or DDoSecrets.
20:28, 26 January 2019
The launch of the plant's equipment started on Saturday, October 20, Crimea's de-facto authorities said.
09:48, 23 October 2018
Children who were taken to the health resort in the town of Skadovsk in early September are to return to the village today.
12:12, 20 September 2018
Local residents write about the death of animals in agony, publishing photos of sick pets.
12:42, 18 September 2018
People publish photos showing how the fences and cars left outside are covered with rust.
14:22, 17 September 2018
Two Ukrainians leave their country every minute in search of a better life.
15:47, 14 August 2018
One of the narratives pushed by Moscow shortly after the tragedy encouraged officials to compare the crash to the murder of Archduke Franz Ferdinand before the First World War and accuse Kyiv of provoking a new world conflict.
09:00, 19 April 2018
One set of correspondence from October 2014 contained proposals to fund cyberoperations, including hacking email accounts for between $100 and $300.
20:59, 02 April 2018
<p>U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Friday that the United States government takes full responsibility for leaks of the British police investigation into Monday's deadly bomb attack in Manchester which killed 22 people, according to Reuters.</p>
17:56, 26 May 2017