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SBU exposes head of Ovrutsk-Korosten diocese of UOC (MP) in Zhytomyr Oblast

The Security Service of Ukraine has exposed the head and secretary of the Ovrutsk-Korosten diocese of the UOC (MP) in the Zhytomyr Oblast.

PM Drew highlights achievements of his achievements during SKNLP Conference

The Prime Minister of the island nation of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Drew has reaffirmed that the motto of of St Kitts-Nevis Labour Party (SKNLP) “For the good that we can do” must remain forefront of every deliberation as well as each action, in pursuit of “Social justice for all” by all his 9-months old administration of SKNLP.

463 days of Russia-Ukraine war: Ukrainian ministry releases list of losses suffered by Russian army

The war between the neighbouring nations of Russia and Ukraine has taken entry into the 463 day. It is to be noted that the war between the neighbouring nations of Russia and Ukraine have been erupted on the morning of February 24, 2022.

Wife of former Ukraine MP caught by Hungarian authorities with a $28 million in cash

WorldEuropeWife of former Ukraine MP caught by Hungarian authorities with a $28 million in cash

The wife of former Member of Parliament of Ukraine Kotvytskyy was caught by authorities in neighbouring Hungary with 28 million dollars and 1.3 million euros in cash- collected in a suitcase- as she was trying to flee the war-torn nation, Belarussian media outlets reported citing unnamed Ukrainian sources.

Belarussian media outlet NEXTA has shared a photograph of six suitcases which was full of cash.


Meanwhile, Hungarian authorities have assured the amount was declared in accordance with the law. The amount involved has raised eyebrows, with many on Twitter wondering if the ex MP’s wife had thought to donate some to the Ukrainian people to buy basic necessities like food, water, medicines and diapers for children.

At the same time, Ukraine on Monday has declined a Russian demand that its forces lay down their arms and leave Mariupol. The struggle for survival in the war-battered city has left hundreds of thousands seeking refuge as Russian forces launch wave after wave of artillery and missile attacks.

Local authorities revealed that over 400,000 people are believed to be trapped in Mariupol, seeking shelter from the heavy bombing that has severed access to electricity, heating and water.

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