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Vladimir Putin severed his country's ties with the Orthodox Church after its head, Patriarch Bartholomew, undermined Russia's religious power in Ukraine. Here, a composite image of Putin and Bartholomew.

A high-ranking Orthodox priest in Turkey landed a blow against Putin by invoking an obscure and ancient power from 451 AD

Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, the head of the Orthodox church, moved against Putin by reorganising the church with a power established at the Council of Chalcedon in 451 AD. It has hardly ever been used, and took many be surprise.

What we know about the Su-27, the Ukrainian fighter jet that recently crashed with a US pilot aboard

The Su-27UB crash occurred during the multinational Clear Sky 2018 exercises, where the US was conducting exercises to enhance interoperability with Ukraine and seven other countries.
A Ukrainian Su-27 fighter jet lands during the Clear Sky 2018 multinational military drills at Starokostiantyniv

What we know about the Su-27, the Ukrainian fighter jet that recently crashed with a US pilot aboard

The Su-27UB crash occurred during the multinational Clear Sky 2018 exercises, where the US was conducting exercises to enhance interoperability with Ukraine and seven other countries.
A Ukrainian man, who had been declared dead, was found alive and well and living in this French castle earlier this month.

Ukrainian man who authorities say forged his death certificate is found alive in France, living in a castle with a Rolls Royce Phantom

Europol would not identify the suspect that they arrested at a castle near Dijon, France on October 5, but sources told Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty that the man is Dmytro Malynovskyy.
A Ukrainian Su-27 fighter jet lands during the Clear Sky 2018 multinational military drills at Starokostiantyniv

Deadly fighter jet crash in Ukraine claims the the life of a US pilot

A Ukrainian Su-27 fighter aircraft crashed Tuesday during joint military exercises in the Ukraine, apparently killing an American service member as well as a Ukrainian pilot.
The wreckage of the Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 is exhibited during a presentation of the final report on the cause of the its crash at the Gilze Rijen airbase October 13, 2015.

Russia claims it has a new reason to blame Ukraine for the downing of Malaysia Airlines MH17 in 2014

The Kuala Lumpur-bound MH17 was shot down by a soviet-made missile over the rebel-held eastern Ukraine on July 17, 2014, killing all 298 people on board. Investigators are still trying to determine who launched the missile.
A banner with a portrait of Prime Minister of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic Alexander Zakharchenko is seen during the funeral in Donetsk, Ukraine, September 2, 2018.

The slain leader of a Russian-backed republic in Ukraine was reportedly killed by a bomb planted on a chandelier

An explosive devise that killed the prime minister of the Donetsk People's Republic was reportedly placed in a chandelier or floor lamp and ignited by a telephone call.

Putin made a telling blunder in a shouting match with Ukraine’s president, France’s Hollande says

Russian President Vladimir Putin got so angry during a shouting match with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko that he revealed he was lying about Russia's role in a military uprising in eastern Ukraine, former French President Francois Hollande wrote in a book reflecting on his time in office.
Prime Minister of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic Alexander Zakharchenko attends a news conference in Donetsk, Ukraine, October 11, 2014

The leader of the Russian-backed republic in Ukraine was just assassinated in a cafe bombing

Prime Minister Alexander Zakharchenko was killed after a bomb exploded in a downtown Donetsk cafe called "Separ," meaning "Separatist."
A Ukrainian soldier drinks coffee in the trenches outside of Avdiivka in April 2017.

Russian-backed separatists are using terrifying text messages to shock adversaries — and it’s changing the face of warfare

“Your son is killed in action,” read a message Russian-backed separatists sent to their adversaries' families. Using personal phones to terrify troops and their families takes psychological warfare to a new level, and a US Army colonel says the US military must adapt before its too late.