First frosts in Kyiv hit after a record long period
This year's warmth in Kyiv has set another record. The first frosts in the capital hit after a record-breaking break
Russians have created their own network of informants in the occupied South of Ukraine
In the temporarily occupied territories of Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions, Russian agents recruited unemployed people. These traitors inform the enemy about local residents who take a pro-Ukrainian position, as well as about former ATO/JFO participants
The Government has extended the possibility of using paper declarations when importing humanitarian aid to Ukraine
The Cabinet of Ministers has extended the possibility of using paper declarations to import humanitarian aid into Ukraine until April 1 next year. At the same time, starting from December 1 this year, recipients can start using a digital mechanism to import humanitarian aid. This means submitting a declaration online through the Automated Humanitarian Aid Registration System.
International Equestrian Federation plans to allow athletes from Russia and Belarus to compete
In the future, Russian and Belarusian athletes, horses and officials will be allowed to participate in competitions in a neutral status.
Media reports Ukrainian man killed his wife and two children in Poland. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is aware of this case
Polish media reported that a 42-year-old Ukrainian killed his wife and two daughters in the Polish city of Pushchikovo.
Twitch co-founder Emmett Shear became OpenAI's new interim CEO
Twitch co-founder Matt Shear has been appointed interim CEO of OpenAI following the resignation of Sam Altman.
A deserter who escaped from a military unit and boldly called on the SBI to catch him will be tried in Ukraine
The State Bureau of Investigation has completed a pre-trial investigation into a serviceman who escaped from a military unit and recorded defiant video messages to law enforcement. The man is in custody and faces up to 10 years in prison.
Points of Invincibility in Ukraine opened by almost 80%
A total of 13,301 "points of invincibility" have been created.
Three NATO countries prepare special operation to clear Black Sea of mines - Bloomberg
Three NATO countries are preparing a special operation to clear the Black Sea of mines. A meeting of deputy defense ministers will take place on Wednesday in Ankara.
A military vehicle collided with a car, killing a journalist. Law enforcement agencies launched an investigation
On November 19, in Mykolaiv region, a military vehicle collided with a car driven by a journalist, killing the driver and her husband. The criminal investigation is ongoing