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Europe’s human rights court finds Ukraine complaint against Russia over Crimea ‘partly admissible’
Jan14

Europe’s human rights court finds Ukraine complaint against Russia over Crimea ‘partly admissible’

The case concerns Ukraine’s allegations of a pattern of violations of the European Convention on Human Rights by the Russian Federation in Crimea. …read more Source::...

Eastern Ukraine: an emerging tourism destination in pictures
Jan10

Eastern Ukraine: an emerging tourism destination in pictures

This war-torn region in eastern Europe is home to an industrial landscape worth exploring. …read more Source::...

Ukrainian President Zelenskyy calls for investigation into alleged COVID-19 vaccine ‘smuggling’
Jan07

Ukrainian President Zelenskyy calls for investigation into alleged COVID-19 vaccine ‘smuggling’

Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelensky has ordered security officials to “verify without delay” claims that state officials have been secretly vaccinated against Covid-19 with illegally imported vaccines. …read more Source::...

Ukraine video game ‘The Point of No Return’ highlights soldiers’ post-war trauma
Jan02

Ukraine video game ‘The Point of No Return’ highlights soldiers’ post-war trauma

A Ukrainian video game depicts the daily routine of a soldier in the country’s separatist-controlled east, where Russia-backed rebels and Ukrainian forces have been fighting for years. …read more Source::...

Exporting banned pesticides: EU’s double-dealing tactics?
Dec15

Exporting banned pesticides: EU’s double-dealing tactics?

Since the EU banned the use of various dangerous pesticides in its member states, agrochemical giants have continued to produce them in Europe and export them perfectly legally. In fact, business is booming. In 2018, more than 80,000 tonnes of these pesticides left the EU, with the US, Brazil, Ukraine and Morocco the top destination countries....

Ukraine seeks UNESCO status for Chernobyl to help manage visitors to nuclear site
Dec14

Ukraine seeks UNESCO status for Chernobyl to help manage visitors to nuclear site

The location of the world’s worst nuclear accident is attracting more and more visitors, leading authorities to bid for world heritage status …read more Source::...

Soup-erpower? How Borscht is causing a spat between Russia and Ukraine
Dec01

Soup-erpower? How Borscht is causing a spat between Russia and Ukraine

A Ukrainian chef is fighting to get Borscht recognised as part of his country’s cultural heritage. …read more Source::...

Coronavirus: Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelenskyy tests positive for COVID-19
Nov09

Coronavirus: Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelenskyy tests positive for COVID-19

“Most (people) are overcoming COVID-19,” said Ukraine’s president, after testing positive. “I’m going to get through it too.” …read more Source::...

Ukraine protest: Hundreds demonstrate in Ukraine after court scraps anti-corruption laws
Oct30

Ukraine protest: Hundreds demonstrate in Ukraine after court scraps anti-corruption laws

More than one thousand Ukrainians demonstrated in front of the constitutional court in Kyiv against a decision to invalidate anti-corruption measures. …read more Source::...

¨Protest-hit Belarus closes all borders except its one with Russia as coronavirus surges in Europe
Oct30

¨Protest-hit Belarus closes all borders except its one with Russia as coronavirus surges in Europe

Entry into the country from Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, and Ukraine is now restricted for most people. …read more Source::...