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Guatemala opens doors to Ukrainian refugees and waits for 10 children

Guatemala is open to receive refugees from Ukraine after Russia's invasion of that country, informed this Sunday President Alejandro Giammattei, who said he expects...

Hundreds of Latin Americans evacuated from Ukraine

Several hundreds of citizens of Latin American countries were evacuated from Ukraine since the beginning of the armed conflict with Russia, others are waiting...

Cryptocurrencies enter Ukraine conflict

Having evacuated part of his team from Kyiv, Mike Chobanian, boss of cryptocurrency exchange Kuna, is watching the effects of Russia's invasion on his...

Ukraine warns of radiation after Chernobyl seized by Russians

Ukrainian authorities warned Friday that radiation levels had increased in the Chernobyl exclusion zone since it was seized by invading Russian troops, however the...

Reactions in Latin America to the crisis in Ukraine

Latin American countries called for a peaceful solution and reacted with some nuances to the conflict in Ukraine. Mexico and Brazil are the two...

In court of public opinion, Putin goes on trial

BERLIN — Investigators are still far from an official judgment of what brought down a Malaysia Airlines flight in eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 passengers and crew onboard. But in the global court of public opinion, the verdict appears to be rendered.

Passengers on downed jet span cross-section of life, experience

All of them got on the Boeing 777: the world renowned AIDS researcher, the 77-year-old nun, the aspiring chemist who rowed crew for Indiana University – Dutch by birth but who showed her affection for her Midwest U.S. campus by once showing up to a costume party dressed as an ear of corn. A grandfather shepherding his three young grandchildren back to Australia. A 19-year-old U.S. citizen traveling to meet his family for a Malaysian vacation. Eighty children, three of them infants.

Rebel attack on Ukraine chopper kills 14 as Russia sees war

KIEV, Ukraine – Pro-Russian rebels downed a military helicopter in eastern Ukraine, killing 13 troops and a general, as an adviser to President Vladimir Putin accused the United States of pushing the world toward war through proxies in Kiev.

Russia, West reach surprise deal on Ukraine crisis

Russia, Ukraine, the U.S. and EU reached a surprise deal Thursday on de-escalating the worsening Ukrainian crisis, in a ray of hope for the former Soviet republic that has plunged into chaos.

Ukraine crisis escalates as US, Europe hit Russians with sanctions

The international crisis over Ukraine escalated sharply Monday as the United States and Europe imposed sanctions on senior Russian political and military figures, and Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree recognizing the Ukrainian region of Crimea as an independent state.

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