7:02 [TASS] (E)
The fire was opened from the Bogdanovka village controlled by Kiev. Ukraine’s forces opened fire from small arms on Sunday morning at an area of disengaging forces and hardware in Petrovskoye, the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic’s mission to the Joint Ceasefire Control and Coordination Center said. "Today at 9.46 a.m. Ukraine’s forces shelled from small arms the village of Petrovskoye," the mission said. The fire was opened from the Bogdanovka village controlled by Kiev.
7:01 [TASS] (E)
Once the disengagement is completed, the sides should notify the OSCE, whose observers will put that on record. Ukraine and the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) have started the disengagement of forces along the line of contact in the Petrovskoye area.
7:01 [Stalker Zone] (E)
The material that US President Donald Trump’s people collected against his main rival, Joe Biden, was mostly obtained from numerous detractors Petro Poroshenko had gained during his presidential cadence. This was stated on the air of radio “Komsomolskaya Pravda” by the former deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Oleg Tsarev.
15:21 [Zero Hedge] (E)
On October 3, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruled in a judgment that Facebook can be ordered by national courts of EU member states to remove defamatory material worldwide:..."This judgment has major implications for online freedom of expression around the world.
20:34 [TASS] (E)
According to the official, out of 208 documented cases, 147 are related to physical violence.
20:33 [Stalker Zone] (E)
Ukraine has officially won the title of the most corrupt country in the world. The IMF has officially denied Ukraine loans for fear that they will all be stolen.
20:10 [TASS] (E)
Kiev earlier announced readiness to start the disengagement of forces on November 8 and put forward the condition on observing the ceasefire regime. The condition on the seven-day observance of ceasefire before the disengagement of forces near Petrovskoye was set by Kiev and was not coordinated with other participants in the negotiations process on settling the situation in eastern Ukraine, Verkhovna Rada member from the Opposition Platform For Life party Viktor Medvedchuk told Rossiya-24 TV channel.
14:19 [Press TV] (E)
The European Union agreed on Monday to delay Brexit until Jan.31, said the bloc`s chairman, Donald Tusk.
9:31 [Mint Press News] (E)
Zionist groups tried and failed to stop Pro-Palestinian Israeli activist Miko Peled from giving a lecture at Milan University in Itay. My lecture at the University of Milan was scheduled for the afternoon of October 9, 2019. That morning the university president, pressured by a local Zionist group, decided to cancel the lecture. The excuse given was that the lecture was scheduled on the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur and this offended the “Jewish community.” The student organization that put together the event, Fuori Luogo, notified me that I should still come and that the event would take place as planned.
18:39 [offGuardian] (E)
Europe is crumbling, & Britain’s elite desperately want to be part of the wreckage. Brexit isn’t going to happen. Left or Right – Lexit or Rexit – it’s over. It’s time to make peace with that idea. Penned in by the absurd Benn Act, No Deal is off the table, which means Britain will be forced to either remain or accept a deal that’s Remain by another name. The Letwin Ammendment and Johnson’s unsigned extension request are just morbid theatre. Unneccasary nails in a well-sealed coffin.
19:10 [Consortium News] (E)
As Catalans are imprisoned for democratic efforts guaranteed by the UN, the EU should be condemned for ignoring an obvious breach of human rights, says Craig Murray. The vicious jail sentences handed down today by the fascists (I used the word with care and correctly) of the Spanish Supreme Court to the Catalan political prisoners represent a stark symbol of the nadir of liberalism within the EU. That an attempt to organize a democratic vote for the Catalan people in pursuit of the right of self-determination guaranteed in the UN Charter, can lead to such lengthy imprisonment, is a plain abuse of the most basic of human rights.
18:29 [The Conversation] (E)
Against seemingly all the odds, we have a new Brexit deal. As an apparent vindication of UK prime minister Boris Johnson’s strategy to ramp up the threat of a no-deal departure from the EU and to force concessions from Brussels, one would imagine that Number 10 is rather happy right now. But that happiness will be tempered with caution, because some major issues lie ahead.
19:29 [Press TV] (E)
In an extraordinary session of the House of Commons, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has just been forced to request a delay to Brexit by 322 votes to 306.
8:50 [Oriental Review] (E)
India has a claim over the cordial Senhor Costa, whose father Orlando da Costa was a writer from the former Portuguese colony of Goa and a communist activist who fought against the dictatorship in Portugal, was harassed by the secret service and thrown in prison several times; his books were banned. António Costa’s politics has contemporary relevance for India insofar as he has bucked the trend of declining fortunes for Europe’s centre-left. While on campaign trail, Costa toured through Portugal, traveling along National Road 2, which cuts across the country from the mountainous north on the border with Spain and ended up in the south in Faro, 700 kilometers away on the beaches of the Algarve. It was a masterstroke. The trip gave voters and Costa the possibility to communicate with each other their concerns directly
3:58 [Mint Press News] (E)
Eva Bartlett traveled to the besieged Donetsk People’s Republic to see firsthand how residents are faring amidst a western-backed Ukrainian incursion. On September 2, I left the southern Russian city of Rostov-on-Don via minibus heading northwest to the border of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) and on into Donetsk. For my first few days there, I rented an inexpensive apartment in the heart of the city. Walking on a long tree-lined and cafe-filled pedestrian walkway, life seemed normal. But I would soon find that for the people living in Donetsk, it is anything but.
2:59 [The American Conservative] (E)
They bleat about a hard Irish border, but they`re the ones who could be risking the return of paramilitary violence. This week will be crucial for the Brexit process. On Thursday and Friday, the European Council (which gathers the 28 heads of state/government of the European Union member states) will meet in Brussels. The hottest topic on the agenda will be whether the EU will be able to strike a deal with the UK, which is set to leave the bloc on October 31. This deadline has already been postponed twice since it was initially supposed to take place on March 29.
18:55 [RT] (E)
By sentencing nine Catalan politicians to a total 100 years in prison for “sedition” over nonviolent resistance, Madrid has made them martyrs and signed its death warrant, former Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond told RT.
23:48 [Stalker Zone] (E)
The “Moldavian Vedomosti” newspaper continues to monitor the strengthening of relations between Moldova and NATO. “Next week in Chisinau a group of English servicemen from the British Military Advisory Training Team (BMATT) will arrive there. In Moldova they will give classes for younger officer and non-commissioned officers in the Alexandru cel Bun Military Academy and also at the Bulboaca training ground, which is in close proximity to Transnistria,” reports the newspaper. According to the agency, 30 Moldovan soldiers were selected for training with English instructors. The selection was very strict – it is necessary to be fluent in English, not to have relatives in Russia (a mandatory requirement from the British side), and to have experience in participating in peacekeeping operations or in international military exercises.
20:13 [TASS] (E)
Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky declared on Thursday that his mission as the head of state was to put an end to the war in Donbass. "My key goal is that I want to stop the war, I believe this is my mission," Zelensky told reporters in Kiev. Zelensky stated that he understood that some citizens living in the uncontrolled territories in Donbass could feel that they are Ukrainians, while some of them might not.
20:12 [Zero Hedge] (E)
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says his country will "happily" investigate whether Ukraine interfered in the 2016 US elections - telling reporters on Thursday that "we can`t say yes or no" without first looking into the matter. Zelensky said that it was in Ukraine`s best interest to determine what happened, according to the Associated Press.
17:53 [The Electronic Intifada] (E)
For nearly four years, Katharina von Schnurbein has been posing as a champion of Europe’s Jews. If taken at face value, her speeches at numerous conferences suggest she is a conscientious civil servant motivated by a desire to halt persecution. A more detailed examination reveals she has been following an agenda set by Israel and its supporters. The real objective of this agenda has been to muzzle the Palestine solidarity movement. Von Schnurbein was appointed the European Union’s first coordinator against anti-Semitism in December 2015. The idea for such a post did not originate within the Brussels bureaucracy.
19:42 [RT] (E)
As Democrats clamor to impeach President Donald Trump for allegedly pressuring Ukraine into probing the Biden family, Kiev’s top prosecutor announced that he will reopen the investigation.
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