Ukraine

5 November 2018
Ukrainian Activist Dies After Acid Attack Premium

Kateryna Handziuk spoke out on corruption and the influence of pro-Russian forces in Kherson, near Crimea.

 
1 November 2018
Moscow Slaps Sanctions on Ukraine Premium

Despite icy relations, economic ties remain tight, with Russia now Ukraine’s biggest trading partner.

 
19 October 2018
Ukraine, Poland Said Hit in New Cyberattack Premium

IT company says three companies were compromised in attack similar to  takedown of Ukraine’s power grid in 2015.

 
12 October 2018
Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Politicians Cheer Independence from Moscow Premium

Russian church denounces Istanbul’s attempt to ‘destroy’ the foundations of Orthodoxy.

 
9 October 2018
Sabotage Suspected in Huge Ukraine Arms Blast Premium

No injuries reported as explosions, fire rock ammo depot in north of country.

 
8 October 2018
Jailed Ukrainian Sentsov Ends Hunger Strike in Russian Prison Premium

Crimea-born filmmaker was reportedly near death after nearly five months of self-starvation.

 
5 October 2018
Ukraine, Hungary Expel Diplomats in Passport Dispute Premium

Kyiv calls on Budapest to refrain from ‘unfriendly steps’ as a diplomatic row over the Hungarian minority deepens.

 
26 September 2018
Spiritual Capital: Why Ukraine Is Breaking From Russia’s Orthodox Church

The Ukrainian government has promised its citizens a new, independent Orthodox Church that will unite Ukrainian believers. But bringing several denominations together is harder than you think. From openDemocracy.

By Andrii Fert
 
25 September 2018
Odessa on Edge After Shooting of Anti-Corruption Campaigner Premium

NGOs and opposition groups say dozens of activists have been targeted in attacks this year.

 
21 September 2018
Mines and the Sea
Fishermen from Ukraine's Donetsk region are still going out to sea despite the sea mines. From Hromadske.
 

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