Vadym Komarov, a journalist, was attacked with a hammer in broad daylight in the center of the city. Komarov fell into a coma, dying 40 days later.
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A pro-Kremlin Russian TV network is planning to air a mini-series about Chernobyl, suggesting a CIA saboteur was behind the 1986 disaster in Ukraine.
Crimea authorities are charging two women with “propaganda using extremist symbols” – punishable by a fine and up to 15 days behind bars.
Ukraine’s ruling coalition broke after People’s Front party quit outgoing President Petro’s faction, paving way for Zelenskiy call a snap election.
Volodymyr Zelenskiy, wins landslide victory in the Ukrainian presidential election Sunday, with exit polls showing he received about 73% of the vote.
Ukrainian President Petro arrived at Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kyiv for a presidential election debate even when it was agreed to be done five days later.
Internet voting is not the same as online banking; it is more complex due to the fact that there must be separation of the transaction from the person’s identity.
To experience corruption in Ukraine, go for a drive. Bone-crunching, bouncing ride over countless potholes a daily ritual for travelers across the country.
Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko agreed on Thursday to go head-to-head with comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy in a debate at the country’s biggest stadium.
Moscow’s recent raids in Simferopol are part of broader effort to suppress activists in the Russian-controlled Black Sea Peninsula said Refat Chubarov.