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Authorities say the Russian state news agency participates in the Kremlin’s “hybrid information war.”
Engineering feat will simplify life in Russian-controlled peninsula, but will also likely worsen relations with Kyiv.
In an interview with Hromadske, policy expert Alina Mungiu-Pippidi assesses the success of Ukraine's anti-corruption reforms.
Family says Pavlo Hryb was abducted by the Russian FSB when he visited Belarus to meet a Russian girl.
The self-proclaimed, right-wing liberal party supports changes to land sale and gun laws, and the legalization of same-sex marriage, casinos, cannabis, and prostitution.
Ukraine’s top anti-corruption prosecutor suspected of aiding key figure in money laundering scheme.
While the conflict between the central government in Kyiv and Russian-backed separatists simmers, the process of making frontline villages safe has begun. From Hromadske International.
Kyiv and Washington are calling on Ukrainian separatists not to stop the pumps in a mine where a small nuclear bomb was detonated in 1979.
Ukraine decides against sending reporter back to Azerbaijan, where he faces charges similar to those thrown at other regime critics.