that contradict the interests of maintaining Ukraine's security'.
Suspicions have arisen that this may be due to Seagal's relationship with Russian President Vladmir Putin, which has gone so far as to obtain a Russian passport and declare that he 'would like to consider [Putin] as a brother'.
It was common for people to use names that were different from the names they were given at birth.
In 2015, Seagal was included on a proposed banned list with other foreign actors such as France's Gérard Depardieu (who was later banned).
Their name may also have changed with marriage, partnerships, adoption or fostering.
Several Chinese publications, including People's Daily Online, have released dramatic footage showing J-15 aircraft carrying out taking off and flying exercises.
The video was originally produced by China Central Television Station shows and is believed to be shot earlier this week when the aircraft carrier The Liaoning visited Hong Kong.
China has reportedly conducted a series of combat exercises on its aircraft carrier Lianing near the Taiwan Strait.
The drill on July 13 was staged under 'complicated aviation and marine conditions' and was aimed to help soldiers sharpen skills and gather experience, reported Guancha.cn, citing China National Radio.
Indigenous people who performed in rodeos or boxing tents may have been given ‘stage names’.
In your family history research you are highly likely to find a range of different names for the same person.
The star, best known for the blockbusters Hard to Kill and Under Siege, will not be allowed to enter the Eastern European nation for the next five years.
According to a Ukrainian security service letter published by Apostrophe, the 65-year-old is banned on grounds that he has 'committed socially dangerous actions...
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