EU introduces sanctions against people involved in chemical weapons development in Syria | March 20, 2018

The EU adds new people in the sanction list, which includes the representatives of Syrian authorities involved in chemical weapons development and use.

UN: 12 civilians died on Donbas during three months | March 19, 2018

The OHCHR has also documented the total of 73 victims among the civil population in connection with the conflict.

Poland will accept nearly 300,000 Ukrainians every year by 2020 | March 19, 2018

According to the expectations of the National Bank of Poland, by the end of 2020, nearly 200,000-300,000 Ukrainians will fill Polish labour market every year.

Three women in Belgium sentenced to five years in jail for terrorism | March 19, 2018

The Correctional Court of Antwerp sentenced three women to five years of imprisonment and €6,000 of fine for their participation in a terrorist organization.

African countries and EU agreed measures against migrant smuggling | March 19, 2018

The range of African countries and the EU agreed to take measures aimed against migrant smuggling as the result of the conference, which took place in Niger’s capital city Niamey on March 16.

UNICEF: over 1,000 children killed or injured in Syria in 2018 | March 16, 2018

The number exceeds the total in 2017.

Hungary’s Prime Minister: Western Europe is under migrant invasion | March 16, 2018

Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban declared that Western Europe is under a migrant invasion, and soon they will turn Europeans into a minority.

105 Ukrainians convicted in Greece for migrant smuggling – MFA | March 15, 2018

As of March 2018, 148 citizens of Ukraine were detained in Greece, including 132 persons accused of migrant smuggling.

EU allocated additional €3 billion to Turkey to support refugees | March 15, 2018

The EU allocates additional €3 billion for refugees in Turkey within the 2016 deal aimed at reducing migratory pressure on Europe.

25 journalists accused of terrorism sentenced in Turkey | March 14, 2018

Istanbul court sentenced 25 journalists to different terms of imprisonment for participation in Fethullah Gülen’s movement. The latter is accused by Ankara of the coup organization in 2016.