Ukraine

21 July 2016
Torture, Violence, and Abuses Still Prevalent in Eastern Ukraine

A recently released report shows that both the Ukrainian government and Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine are torturing civilians.

 
20 July 2016
Car Bomb Kills Prominent Journalist in Kyiv

Police are treating Pavel Sheremet’s death as premeditated murder.

 
8 July 2016
#IAmNotAfraidToSayIt: Ukrainian Social Media Users Break the Silence on Sexual Violence
A new hashtag is trending on the Ukrainian Facebook, allowing Internet users to share their stories and experiences of sexual harassment, sexual violence, and domestic violence. From Global Voices.
By Tetyana Lokot
 
7 July 2016
Ukrainians Demand a ‘European Salary for European Tariffs’

Reacting to a sharp increase in utility costs, thousands of protesters march through Kyiv.

 
30 June 2016
Ukrainian Opera Singer Dies While Fighting in Donbas

Wassyl Slipak had left a 20-year opera singing career in France to fight in eastern Ukraine. 

 
24 June 2016
A Wake-Up Call for Europe

While many Central Europeans mourn the Leave victory in the UK’s referendum, the region’s leaders say the vote should push the EU to revamp its policies – and quickly.

By Lyubomir Martinov
 
20 June 2016
Ukrainian Gas Fraud Lands 10 in Jail Premium

$120 million allegedly stolen by gas company officials and a member of parliament.

 
17 June 2016
Exodus of Churches from Orthodox Summit Premium
A once-in-a-millennium meeting is on shaky ground, and some wonder about Russia’s role. Plus the Ukrainian Orthodox Church seeks independence from its Moscow leadership.
 
16 June 2016
US, NATO Boost Aid to Beleaguered Ukraine Premium
The war in eastern Ukraine has taken its toll on the economy. This should help.
 
15 June 2016
Kyiv, Moscow Exchange More Prisoners Premium

In latest swap, Russia sends two Ukrainians home in return for … two Ukrainians.

 

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