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Recording reveals Trump ordered Ukraine ambassador’s dismissal
A new recording has revealed that President Donald Trump ordered his associates to “get rid of” the US ambassador to Ukraine after he was told she kept criticizing the American head of state.
Canada’s TSB says Iran has invited it to examine black boxes of Ukrainian plane
Canada’s Transportation Safety Board said it has been invited by Iran to participate in the download and analysis of the flight recorders from the downing of a Ukraine International Airlines jet “whenever and wherever” that takes place.
Iran seeks to examine downed plane's black boxes itself
Bodies of Ukrainian victims return home
Ukraine to receive black boxes of crashed airliner
Zarif warns against ‘politicization’ of plane tragedy
Iranian representative to visit Ukraine over plane crash: Kiev
‘Bodies of all Ukrainians on crashed airliner identified’
Giuliani associate says Trump 'knew exactly what was going on' in Ukraine
A close associate of US President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani is claiming Trump was directly involved in pressuring Ukraine to investigate Democratic presidential rival Joe Biden.
Ukraine's president wants Iran to put on trial those responsible for plane crash
Ukraine’s president demands Iran “punish the guilty” in the recent crash of a Ukrainian passenger plane, while praising Tehran’s cooperation with an “objective” investigation into the tragedy.
US bears full responsibility for the tragic downing of Ukraine airliner: Analyst
The regime led by US President Donald Trump is the most dangerous regime in American history and it bears the “full responsibility for the tragic downing of Ukraine airliner,” according to American writer and political analyst Stephen Lendman.
Ukraine sows more wheat than expected despite dry weather
Ukraine has planted a bigger-than-expected wheat crop, but there are still concerns that dry weather damaged some fields due for harvesting next year.
Ukraine, pro-Russia forces free captives in all-for-all prisoner swap
Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russia forces in eastern Ukraine started a full prisoner swap on Sunday, driving all remaining detainees in the five-year conflict to a handover point and starting to unload them.
Gazprom completes $2.9b payment to Ukraine's Naftogaz
February 2018, the Stockholm Arbitration Court ordered the Russian gas giant to pay Naftogaz some $2.56 billion over its alleged failure to ship agreed-upon amounts of gas through the Ukrainian pipeline network en route to Europe. The dispute became a part of the broader conflict between Russia and Ukraine in the wake of the 2014 coup in Kiev.
Russia, Ukraine leaders agree to exchange prisoners in first talks
The leaders of Russia and Ukraine agreed on Tuesday to exchange all remaining prisoners from the conflict in east Ukraine by the end of the year, but left thorny questions about the region's status for future talks.
Putin says Ukraine could get 25% cheaper gas
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that Ukraine could get 25 percent cheaper gas if it can reach an agreement with Russia.

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