28 August, 2016
14:33
Locals Demand Roma Evictions after Child Murder
13:13
Anniversary of Ilovaisk Tragedy Marked in Kyiv
11:54
Leshchenko: Avakovs Dismissal Will Provoke Rupture of Coalition
10:10
Journalist Alexander Shchetinin Found Dead in Suspected Suicide
27 August, 2016
17:11
Kharkiv Governor Rainin to lead Presidential Administration
16:55
ORDLO Confirms Keeping 47 Hostages
14:44
Poroshenko: Stalinist Methods Have Returned to Crimea
14:25
Customs Officer Arrested at Chaplynka Checkpoint
12:48
National Guard Explains Withdrawal of Azov Units from Mariupol
11:16
Shelling Leaves 12,000 People in Luhansk Oblast Without Electricity and Water Supply
10:42
NAU President Bribetaker Had ₴4.5 Million, Gold Bars and Bank Cards at His Home
02:18
Azov Regiment Withdrawn from Mariupol
26 August, 2016
18:36
Lozhkin To Leave Presidential Administration
16:03
National Aviation University Acting President Caught on Receiving 170,000 Bribe
15:24
Anti-tank Hedgehogs to Be Installed on Administrative Border with Crimea
14:41
Government Expecting Visa-Free Regime with EU in October
13:32
Moscow Court Continues Detention of Ukrainian Library Director
12:13
Kyiv Polytechnic Institute Named after Igor Sikorsky
12:10
Muzhenko: Politicians Are Trying to Turn Ilovaisk Tragedy into a Farce
10:38
Deputy PM: Number of Heavy Weapons in Donbas Has Multiplied
02:23
Six Hospitalized in Methane Explosion at Mine in Donetsk
00:46
Slim Majority of Ukrainians Support Joining the EU
25 August, 2016
17:25
NABU Goes at Shokin
15:21
Avakov: Police Chiefs in Mykolaivska Oblast to Be Dismissed
13:49
Tombinski: Some Untrustworthy Leaders Holding All of Ukraine Hostage
12:41
NABU Investigating Land Sale Linked to Avakov Family
11:45
Herashchenko: Police Officers Will Be Punished for Kryve Ozero Death
09:51
Policeman in Kryve Ozero Shot at Handcuffed Man
24 August, 2016
19:47
Police Beat a Man to Death in Mykolaiv Oblast
15:23
Russia Recognizes Ukrainian Citizenship of Dzhemilev Junior
14:43
Poroshenko: Normandy Format to Be Revived
10:59
Poroshenko on Independence Day: Russians, Dont Mess with Ukraine
08:56
Five Ukrainians Killed, Two Injured in Car Accident in Lublin
23 August, 2016
22:05
Kravchuk: Minsk Agreements Have Run out of Steam
16:34
Lutsenko: Kurchenko and Klymenko Companies Embezzled Almost ₴200 Billion
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Ukraine 25 years after independence: old habits die hard
The European Union has assisted Ukraine with reforms and will continue to do so. However, for these changes to be successful, political will is required, not just the resources of international donors. Statements about a pro-European direction that are not backed up by action will not be enough.
Whats Behind the Presidents Visit to South East Asia?
At first sight, Poroshenkos state visit to Malaysia and Indonesia looks odd. It is only the active Russian propaganda that rushed to devalue this particular visit that indicates some serious subsurface part of the iceberg. However, those who know how to read between the lines can understand more from this short report
The Top-5 Corruption Schemes in Ukrainian Sport
We collected the top-5 schemes used by Ukrainian sports officials to embezzle money from the state budget. All the schemes were already uncovered by the Ukrainian law enforcement, they all can be found in the Unified State Register of the Court Decisions
Three Questions on the Unity of the Ukrainian Church
As I already wrote a number of times: its easy to discuss unity. One might say such discussions became very popular now, even among politicians. Yet we, the humble followers of the Church, realize that its unity is Gods providence and that is why it should be approached by thinking in religious terms. Unity of the Church is not something we can encompass with our human efforts
Kids Not Welcome: On Discrimination Against Mothers
Mothers are a group of young professionals, and children are the future of our country that we are turning a blind eye to. Nobody really believed that smoking would ever be banned in Ukrainian cafes. But it worked.
The Civic Pixel: How Can a Veteran Start a New Life?
The civic pixel is a symbiosis of psychology and art that allowed 227 project participants to overcome their acute war traumas. The project consists of six months of sessions attended by psychologists, ATO veterans and their families and Kharkiv independent theater named Prekrasnye Tsvety