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PM Groysman sets deadline for government's e-declarations

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Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman has tasked all government employees to submit their electronic income declarations by October 31.
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White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer earlier said that there are "potential preparations for another chemical weapons attack" in Syria by the authorities in Damascus
Ukraine’s National Bank was the first to report a cyber attack, warning banks and institutions about a dangerous malware
New rules to prevent the torture of animals to come into effect in early 2018.
We hope that the deal the UK is offering will be reciprocated for Britons living in Slovakia, who have also made important contributions.
Below is a roundup of major events on Tuesday, 27 June, until 3 PM local time:
The term of office of incumbent OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier expires on June 30
A number of large enterprises and institutions have been attacked by hackers in Ukraine.
Britain’s Attorney General is investigating whether UK Prime Minister Theresa May can be sued for conspiring to commit war crimes after she claimed she is willing to launch Trident nucl
Ivlev, who is a managing partner with the Ernst and Young company, was unanimously elected the head of RUSADA Supervisory Board on Tuesday
Alexander Ivlev has been officially announced as the new chair of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) supervisory board, replacing two-time Olympic pole vault champion, Yelena Isinb
The digital system allows Park Won-soon to monitor the situation in the city and also to manage it in real time by giving voice commands to members of his team
The top diplomats will also discuss the upcoming summit in Hamburg on July 7-8
The report “Recognition and implementation of the principle of accountability in the Parliamentary Assembly” by Swiss deputy Ms. Liliane Maury Pasquier was discussed on the second day of the PACE summ
A senior Russian human rights official has told reporters that a special identification document is being developed by Russia’s Interior Ministry for people who have no passports, such
The climb offers a view of the historical part of the city.
People who potentially pose a threat to national security should be locked up, even if there is little evidence against...
The change is considered a welcomed compromise.
President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has visited the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier monument in Warsaw, AzerTag reports.
Another seven will follow later.
Moscow's Lefortovo district court has extended the arrest of Ukrainian journalist Roman Sushchenko for another three months, until September 30, according to an UNIAN correspondent in Russia.
The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has warned banks and other financial market players of a hacker attack using an unknown virus at several Ukrainian banks and some commercial and public sector compan
The diplomat also pointed out that the deployment of NATO forces near Russian borders is threat to Russia’s security
Russian oil giant Rosneft has said its servers came under a massive hacking attack, according to a statement on Twitter. The company has asked Russia’s security services to look into th
Donald Trump’s popularity as POTUS has been in question since he took office and it appears he’s taken his country’s reputation down with him, according to a new global survey. Read Ful
The company has turned to the law enforcement agencies to investigate the matter
Verkhovna Rada Chairman Andriy Parubiy expects that the administration of the U.S. President Donald Trump will take a decision to provide Ukraine with lethal weapons until the end of this year.
The international show will be held from June 28 to July 2 in St. Petersburg
The political stability impacts investors’ plans to develop investments in a country and the qualified workforce will boost the gross domestic product, Christian von Albrichsfeld, general manager of
UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s billion-pound deal with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) to prop up her minority government has been branded “shabby and reckless,” leaving many to wo
As Qatar gears up to host the World Cup in 2022, a leaked report published by German tabloid Bild suggests the Gulf country and FIFA took part in corrupt practices during and after the

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