Ukraine's ground transport safety authority Ukrtransinspektsiya banned passenger transportation in the areas where the counter-terrorist operation is being conducted.
Information Resistance group leader Dmytro Tymchuk reported this on his Facebook page.
The Russian Emergency Situations Ministry plans to deliver the next batch of humanitarian supplies to the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics by November 30.
A Russian air defense system was working next to a "separatist convoy" in Donetsk. U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt reported this on his Twitter page.
"Let Ukraine be poor, but this should not happen. Of course we need ceasefire. Let somehow agree on it Novorossiya? I have no idea what it is? I just pray that more people will not die," - the mother of the
man killed by the shrapnel tells to Hromadske wiping the tears. Just a day before her neighbors had buried what had left from the man. He was driving the bicycle and died after the first strikes in the village.
Dutch military aircraft, on Saturday, will take remains of the victims of Boeing MH-17 from Kharkiv to the Netherlands, found in the last few days on the crash site.
Militants intensified activities in the south of Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
In particular, the terrorists are planning attacks on residential neighborhoods in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions to discredit the Ukrainian military.
Larissa serre contre sa poitrine sa fille Eva, un nourrisson encore enroulé dans un enchevêtrement de couvertures auquel elle a donné naissance en plein bombardement dans une maternité de Donetsk, bastion des insurgés prorusses dans l'est de l'Ukraine.
As a result of the active phase of the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) in Donetsk militants lost more than 200 people, ATO press officer Oleksiy Mishlayevsky reported.
Pro-Russian protesters have stormed government buildings in three eastern Ukrainian cities. In Donetsk, Luhansk and Kharkiv they clashed with police, hung Russian flags from the buildings and called for a referendum on independence.
Total handling capacity of four Ukrainian airports for UEFA EURO 2012 will make up 13,700 passengers/hour, Board of Directors for preparation and holding EURO 2012 finals in Poland and Ukraine informs.
The UEFA has officially announced four Polish cities and the capital of Ukraine to be host cities of Euro-2012 soccer games. The UEFA will make its final decision on the remaining Ukrainian cities later, according to the official UEFA website. At the congress in Bucharest, which was held on May 12–13, the Union of European Football Association postponed until November 30 the decision on which Ukrainian cities will be hosts.