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Poroshenko Assigns Guards to Ukrayinska Pravda Founding Editor

President Poroshenko assigned security guards to the founding editor of Ukrayinska Pravda Olena Prytula who owned the car which was bombed, killing journalist Pavel Sheremet on July 20.

Shkiriak Outlines Three Lines of Enquiry into Sheremet Murder

Advisor to the Minister of Internal Affairs Zorian Shkiriak says that the investigation is preliminarily considering three main lines of enquiry into the murder of Ukrayinska Pravda journalist Pavel Sheremet in a car bomb attack.

Tymoshenko: Deadly Blast in Kyiv Looks Like a Verdict

Batkivshchyna leader Yulia Tymoshenko believes that investigation of Pavel Sheremet's murder will be a test for the government.

Interior Ministry: Murder of Journalist Aims to Destabilize the Country

The murder of journalist Pavel Sheremet is a crime aiming to destabilize the situation in the country, the spokesperson for the Ministry of Internal Affairs Artem Shevchenko wrote on Facebook.

Turchynov: SBU Working on Site of Car Blast that Killed Sheremet

The Secretary of the National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine Oleksandr Turchynov informed that the top officials of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Security Service of Ukraine were working on site of the car blast that killed Ukrayinska Pravda journalist Pavel Sheremet.

Sheremet ‘May Have Been Killed by Remote-controlled Device’

Journalist Pavel Sheremet died as a result of the detonation of an improvised shell-less explosive device with capacity equal to 400 to 600 grams of TNT.

Police to Analyze CCTV Footage From Site of Sheremet’s Death

Police plan to seize videos from CCTV cameras at the site of the blast that killed Ukrayinska Pravda journalist Pavel Sheremet, the Head of the National Police Khatia Dekanoidze told journalists on Wednesday, July 20.

Sources: Explosive Device Destroyed Car Sheremet Was Driving

The car of the founding editor of Ukrayinska Pravda Olena Prytula, which blew up killing journalist Pavel Sheremet on Wednesday morning, July 20, was destroyed with the help of an explosive device.

Journalist Pavel Sheremet Killed in a Car Blast in Kyiv

Famous journalist Pavel Sheremet died in a car blast on Wednesday morning, July 20. This car belonged to the founding editor of Ukrayinska Pravda Olena Prytula, but she was not inside the car.

Journalist’s Car Burnt in Rivne

On the night between July 18 and 19, unidentified individuals burnt the car of a Rivne journalist Oleksandr Kursyk, he reports on Facebook.

Appeals Court Clears Journalist Kotsaba Over Draft Dodging

On July 14, the Appeals Court of Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast declared journalist Ruslan Kotsaba not guilty of treason and released him from custody.

SBU Says it Cannot Block Controversial Website ‘Myrotvorets’

The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) claimed that no mechanisms to block access to the controversial website ‘Myrotvorets’ were available in Ukraine.

Novaya Gazeta: Our Reporter Did not Shoot Ukrainian Military Positions

Novaya Gazeta rebuts the accusation by Anti-Terror Operation (ATO) press-office that its journalist disclosed the positions of Ukrainian Military.

SBU ‘to Suspend Accreditation of Journalists Who Disclosed Positions of Ukrainian Forces’

The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has been asked to suspend accreditation of three journalists who disclosed positions of Ukrainian forces.

Court ‘Requests to Investigate SBU Attack on Journalists’

A court has again requested the Military Prosecutor’s Office renew criminal investigation of a case when Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) officers obstructed the activities of journalists of the ‘Schemes’ show.

Experts Named the Worst “Enemies of Ukrainian Media”

Independent Ukrainian experts have revealed the names of the biggest “enemies of Ukrainian media”, including Kremlin-backed ‘prosecutor’ Natalia Poklonskaya, ex-Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin and MP Anton Herashchenko.

Information Ministry Seeking Funds for New TV Towers in Donbas

The installation of new TV towers in a number of cities in Luhansk and Donetsk oblasts will cost ₴12–20 million.

Journalists to Sue “Myrotvorets” Website

Journalists to Sue “Myrotvorets” Website.

MP Leshchenko Ready to Provide Proof of Tymoshenko’s Offshores

Serhiy Leshchenko, MP from Petro Poroshenko Bloc is ready to provide temporary investigative commission of the Verkhovna Rada with documents proving Yulia Tymoshenko’s involvement in creating offshore companies and financing Ukrainian politicians at the expense of these companies, if such a commission is ever created.