Ruling party calls demonstration against agency it claims has tarnished the country’s reputation with witch-hunt tactics.
The EU and the U.S. join local journalists, activists in condemning the move, seen as an attempt by ruling party to stifle editorial independence.
Moscow denies lurid allegations of involvement in plot to install pro-Russian government.
Move may help unlock critical IMF funding for the country’s war-scarred economy.
EU court says member states cannot restrict residency rights of third-country nationals legally married to a union citizen.
Despite evidence to the contrary, Russian TV show host vows that North Korean leader’s smile was genuine.
Controversial verdict in murder case of two teenagers catalyzes demonstrations against corruption, which have already rattled the upper echelons of power.
Although the custom can lead to years in prison, women are still regularly forced into marriage.
Sushchenko case fuels suspicion that journalists on both sides are being manipulated by shadowy operators.
A large NATO exercise kicked off in Poland and the Baltics Sunday amid speculation about beefed-up American presence.
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