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The spokesperson said that of roughly 8,000 Wagner fighters in Belarus, some departed for Africa, and around 500 are returning to Ukraine's eastern front. Russia's Defense Ministry is renegotiating contracts with these mercenaries to serve either as combatants or instructors, Yevlash clarified.
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Russia carried out 119 strikes against Kherson Oblast, injuring 12 people, Governor Oleksandr Prokudin reported. In Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, Russian forces targeted Nikopol and the surrounding area with drones and artillery, Governor Serhii Lysak said.
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Russian-backed Telegram channels posted a photo of a strong fire in the town of Shchyolkovo near Moscow around midnight on Sept. 27. The fire allegedly erupted in an industrial area west of the city.
11:51 PM
President Volodymyr Zelensky has appointed Andriy Shevchenko, an ex-professional footballer and manager, as an external advisor, according to a presidential decree published on Sept. 26.

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Dmytro Sennychenko, the head of State Property Fund of Ukraine, has resigned on Nov. 16, several Ukrainian media outlets reported, citing their sources.

According to Ekonomichna Pravda, the reason for his resignation was the scandalous sale of the machine-building plant Bilshovyk standing on a 35-hectare land plot in Kyiv. The plant was sold through an auction with only three bidders on Oct. 27. Ukrainian tycoon and former politician Vasyl Khmelnytsky and his business partners bought Bilshovyk for a mere $53 million, at least three times less than the market price, according to experts.

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken praised Sennychenko in his video address to the attendees of the Ukraine Reform conference in Vilnius in July 2021. Blinken called Sennychenko an exemplary official for reporting a bribe offer.

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