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“But they don’t go for it”: the Ukrainian diplomat announced the refusal of the Russian Federation to leave Donbass on the “golden bridge”

“But they don’t go for it”: the Ukrainian diplomat announced the refusal of the...

Oleksiy Arestovich, adviser on information policy to the Ukrainian delegation in the trilateral contact group, said that Moscow refuses to leave Donbass along the...
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Belarusian security forces begin to detain protesters in Minsk

The security forces dispersed a column of protesters in Minsk. In the afternoon, a column of protesters formed in the Hrushevka microdistrict, who walked through...
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Why the West should help resolve conflicts in the Caucasus

The peace agreement between Armenia and Azerbaijan concluded with the mediation of Russia and Turkey, temporarily ends the bloody war and brings hope for...
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Minsk charges a doctor with criminal case who reported the murder of a protester

Law enforcement agencies of Belarus opened a criminal case against a doctor who told the media about the death of opposition leader Roman Bondarenko,...
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Lukashenko threatens Minsk to become a cemetery

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko criticized the spontaneous memorials that the protesters arrange in the courtyards of the country's capital Minsk. “They see that nothing...
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The mayor of Minsk explained the shutdown of water during the protests

The mayor of Minsk Vladimir Kukharev said that the cutoff of water and heat in the Novaya Borovaya microdistrict, which is known for protest...
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Russia’s strategic victory in Nagorno-Karabakh could bring trouble to Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin appears to have achieved a significant victory this week in Nagorno-Karabakh, which can change the geopolitical balance in the entire...
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Biden may expand sanctions against Lukashenko, the dictator of Belarus

Biden supported the opposition of Belarus and the civilian population in their desire for a peaceful transfer of power. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden condemned...
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Students who took part in rallies began to be expelled in Belarus

Now the students do not have any expulsion documents on hand. In Belarus, 18 students were expelled from the University of Culture and Arts due...
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What can end the war for Nagorno-Karabakh

The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan approaches the point of no return... Ceasefire negotiations are always a difficult task for diplomats. The side that...