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    Ukraine qualify for Euro 2020 with win over Portugal

    Ukraine advanced to the Euro 2020 finals after an impressive first half helped them to a 2-1 home win over Portugal, whose talismanic captain Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 700th career goal in a Group B qualifier on Monday…

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    Everything We Know About The Bizarre Case Of The Ukrainian “Orphan” Who May Be An Adult Woman

    There are two big news stories currently consuming America, both involving Ukraine. The first, a call between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky that has sparked an impeachment inquiry.

    The second is about Ukrainian adoptee Natalia Grace Barnett, the baffling question of whether she’s a teenager or a 30-year-old woman, and the allegations about her relationship with her adoptive US parents, Kristine and Michael Barnett. The Barnetts were charged last month for allegedly leaving her to fend for herself in an Indiana apartment when they moved to Canada.

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    Kyiv makes list of “Best Foodie Destinations to Visit Before Brexit

    Kyiv’s foodie scene is decidedly underrated (surprise: it’s not all about the chicken Kyiv, the city’s most famous export). Its other homegrown star dish is varenyky, flabby filled dumplings that often come drizzled with a thick sauce. Find that and other traditional Ukrainian dishes (pig ears, beetroot borsch) at Kanapa, a wooden ski chalet of a restaurant on cobbled street Andriivs’kyi Descent that’s faintly reminiscent of Montmartre…

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    Ukraine’s Frontline Children

    Some 100,000 children live within 10 kilometers of the front line in war-torn eastern Ukraine. The United Nations says more than 100 children have been killed during the five-year conflict and thousands are living with physical and psychological wounds. Andriy Dubchak of RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service spoke to children who have been growing up amid the conflict.

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    Donetsk Regional Police's Female Sharpshooters

    Kateryna, Valeriya, and Oleksandra formed the first, all-female competitive shooting team within the Donetsk regional police. The law enforcers were the only women among 14 teams participating in a local open shooting championship. The contest involved firing a Makarov pistol at targets between seven and 15 meters away. The trio usually trains together. But today, […] More

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    Ukrainian musician provides soundtrack for ‘Beverly Hills, 90210

    These days, creative talent from Ukraine can be found almost everywhere, even in TV shows focused on the star-studded community of Beverly Hills, California. Most recently, a new track composed by Kyiv-based electronic music artist Cape Cod has become the soundtrack for the series finale of a long-awaited reboot of the iconic U.S. TV drama “Beverly Hills, 90210.”

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    Making Ukrainian Twig Brooms

    A folk talisman and a classic household item – the twig broom has become a trademark for one eastern Ukrainian village. There, brooms are made by almost every family. They pass on their skills from generation to generation and even sing songs about brooms. More

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    Petrykivka Modern Art

    Natalia Rybak has been making these interesting ornaments for more than half a century. She started painting in the Petrykivka style while she was still in school. Now she is an honored folk artist. More

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