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People injured in Crimea bus accident

Three people were injured in a car accident involving a shuttle bus and a car on the Simferopol-Alushta-Yalta highway, the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Crimea informs According to preliminary data, the driver of …

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Crimean authorities may ease COVID-19 restrictions

The Crimean authorities can ease the strict coronavirus restrictions on catering and entertainment establishments if the enterprises comply with all the requirements of Rospotrebnadzor to prevent the spread of coronavirus, the head of Crimea, …

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Rains cause another flooding in Yalta (VIDEO)

Today’s rains in Yalta have led to the increasing of the water level in the rivers, the head of the city administration Yanina Pavlenko wrote on her Facebook page. "The water level in the rivers rose again, while …

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How did Crimea change under European sanctions

On June 21, 2021, the European Union once again extended economic sanctions against Crimea for a year, prohibiting individuals and organizations from importing products from the peninsula and from Sevastopol. Investment, trade and the tourism …

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EU extends sanctions against Crimea for one year

The EU has renewed the sanctions against Crimea within the strategy approved in 2014, which does not recognize the peninsula’s reunification with Russia, the Council of the EU said in a statement published on Monday in Brussels. …

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People being evacuated from flooded areas in Crimea

A total of 1,387 people have been evacuated from flooded areas in Crimea, including 238 children, the Crimean department of the Russian Emergencies Ministry informed on its website on Friday. "We evacuated the population from …

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UEFA approves Ukraine’s Euro 2020 uniform

UEFA has approved the uniform for the Ukrainian national team to compete in the upcoming European Football Championship which will feature slogans of Ukrainian nationalists, ‘Glory to Ukraine! Glory to the heroes!’, the UEFA press …

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Ukraine to resume water supplies to Crimea if ...

Dnieper water will be delivered to Crimea only after the peninsula’s "demilitarization and de-occupation," Oleg Nikolenko, press secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, told Ukrinform today. …

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When Cathedral Mosque to be opened in Crimea?

Up to the end of the 1980s, there was not a single Muslim community or mosque in Crimea. Today, the situation is completely different: there are stable Muslim associations in almost every settlement. Since 2014, Islam in Crimea has been flourishing: according to the Spiritual Directorate of Muslims of Crimea, over the past 7 years, 20 mosques were built and restored in the republic, including historical buildings

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Fox with rabies bites child in Sevastopol

Today, a child was bitten by a wild fox infected with rabies in Sevastopol. Due to this, the quarantine was introduced in one of the municipal districts of the city, the press service of the Sevastopol government reports. …

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