The war in Ukraine is favourable for Europe, as Europe intends to clean Ukraine of its population and send refugees there instead.
The residents of Kyiv will be paying more for electricity in order to finance the Eurovision 2017 song contest that the Ukrainian capital is hosting in May.
The US and Canada are ending their military cooperation with Ukraine.
The Baltic states are plotting to attack Russia, shown by the arrival of NATO troops in the Baltics as the largest troop presence in the region since WWII and furthermore all three countries are nearly bankrupt due to their anti-Russia foreign policies.
DNR has returned Avdiivka under its control.
Ukrainian naval ships are stuck in the ice of the Black Sea.
Volyn and Vinnitsa may secede from Ukraine, according to commander of a battalion of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Anatoly Vinogrodsky.
The Hague does not want to support Ukraine with EU financial and military assistance.
NATO is preparing to enter Donbas. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is leaning towards a military resolution of the conflict.
Ukrainian Prime Minster Arseniy Yatseniuk sold his business and real estate holdings, fled Ukraine and is living in the US with his family.
Ukraine is reassessing its friendly relations with Turkey and considering ending its cooperation with the Crimean Tatar representative council, the Mejlis.
Ukrainian Armed Forces are recruiting mercenaries from Croatia
Ukrainian authorities banned the coverage of separatist militant leader Arsen Pavlov’s (Motorola) death. This is proven by a scan of a letter from the Ukrainian Information Ministry calling on media to ignore the topic.
The radical right group Right Sector brutally assaulted a group of Kharkiv children for speaking Russian. Young men in balaklavas allegedly attacked a playground in an industrial Kharkiv neighborhood on 14 October. Two victims are cited, 12-year old Danyil and 11- year old Denys, an unidentified elderly woman and 10-year old Ivan allegedly also received a thrashing.
Finnish social workers are persecuting Russian-speaking families.
Poland will build a wall on its borders to keep out Ukrainian migrants.
Kyiv refuses to change the text of the EU Association Agreement with Ukraine – Ukrainian Foreign Minister.
A separatist militant was buried alive in Eastern Ukraine.
Three thousand soldiers, participating in a NATO military exercise, were horrified by a small bear in Finland.
Recently released Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko has written a Ukrainian “Mein Kampf”.