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Ukraine firm says pandemic to boost demand for flexible workspace

Jun 17 2020

KYIV, June 17 Coworking Platforma, Ukraine's biggest shared office operator, says that lessons learned during the coronavirus pandemic could boost demand for its services aimed at flexibility amid uncertainty.

Online courses replace kindergarten for Ukrainian preschoolers

Apr 29 2020

KIEV Sharing a pilates mat, brother and sister Mykhailo and Maria Bondarenko practise basic yoga moves at home, following the instructions of a trainer via laptop. 

Ukrainian businessmen demand easing of lockdown and government support

Apr 29 2020

KIEV, April 29 Several hundred businessmen, many of them wearing protective face masks, called for an easing of Ukraine's coronavirus lockdown in a protest near the government building on Wednesday.

Ukrainian artists live-stream from their studios during lockdown

Apr 16 2020

KIEV Ukrainian brothers Nikita and Egor Zigura work on their sculpture of a giant fingerprint as art enthusiasts look on via a live-streaming internet link and make bids for the developing work.

Exclusive: Ukraine ready to ban wheat exports if necessary - official

Apr 15 2020

KIEV Ukraine, one of world's top grain exporters, is ready to ban wheat exports if sales exceed limits agreed with traders, the deputy economy minister in charge of agriculture told Reuters on Wednesday.

EXCLUSIVE-Ukraine ready to ban wheat exports if necessary- deputy minister

Apr 15 2020

KIEV, April 15 Ukraine, one of world's top grain exporters, is ready to ban wheat exports if sales exceed limits agreed with traders, the deputy economy minister in charge of agriculture told Reuters on Wednesday.

Ukrainian designer equips doctors for battling coronavirus

Apr 03 2020

KIEV Ukrainian fashion designer Ivan Frolov has postponed work on his new collection and is making coveralls for doctors to meet a shortage of protective clothing during the coronavirus epidemic.

Turkish coastguard rescues 120 migrants off western coast

Mar 06 2020

DIKILI, Turkey Turkey's coastguard rescued around 120 migrants trying to reach a Greek island on three dinghies early on Friday after they said their passage was blocked by Greek coastguard vessels. | Video

'Nobody is not afraid': Chernobyl pilot recalls his fear 33 years ago

Aug 17 2019

CHERNOBYL, Ukraine More than three decades after he flew his helicopter above the radioactive volcano that was Chernobyl's nuclear reactor number four, the site of the world's worst nuclear accident, Mykola Volkozub recalls how he feared for his life. | Video

Ukraine suspects sabotage after ammo depot explosions

Oct 09 2018

DRUZHBA, Ukraine Ukrainian authorities suspect sabotage lay behind explosions that tore through an ammunition depot in the early hours of Tuesday, sending fireballs into the sky and causing more than 12,000 people to be evacuated. | Video

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