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    Ukraine’s Rinat Akhmetov has $820m of assets frozen
    Jan05

    Ukraine’s Rinat Akhmetov has $820m of assets frozen

    Cypriot court imposes order on billionaire oligarch over telecoms dispute …read more Source: Financial...

    Trump Aide Sues U.S. Counsel Probing Alleged Russian Election Meddling
    Jan05

    Trump Aide Sues U.S. Counsel Probing Alleged Russian Election Meddling

    U.S. President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman has sued Special Counsel Robert Mueller, alleging that the prosecutor overreached by pursuing charges that are unrelated to his mission to investigate alleged Russian interference in the presidential election. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    McMaster Says U.S. Must Reveal ‘Insidious’ Russian Meddling To Prevent Further Attacks
    Jan05

    McMaster Says U.S. Must Reveal ‘Insidious’ Russian Meddling To Prevent Further Attacks

    Top White House adviser H.R. McMaster says one of the most important tasks in defending U.S. national security is to reveal Russia’s “insidious” interference in elections worldwide to prevent Moscow from meddling again in the democratic process. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukrainian Activist Lawyer Nozdrovska Died Of Stab Wounds
    Jan05

    Ukrainian Activist Lawyer Nozdrovska Died Of Stab Wounds

    The National Police office of the Kyiv region says activist attorney Iryna Nozdrovska died of multiple stab wounds in what was described as a “violent death.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    The double-exile of Dr. Anton
    Jan05

    The double-exile of Dr. Anton

    KIEV — At sunset, on the outskirts of Kiev, Anton lights a cigarette and looks out from his balcony, hundreds of miles from war, from home, from love. Life for this middle-aged, soft-spoken doctor had become unbearable in his hometown of Donetsk, a frontline city held by Russian-backed forces in eastern Ukraine. His decision to leave, however,...

    Rampant political corruption harms Ukraine’s people
    Jan05

    Rampant political corruption harms Ukraine’s people

    One of the most problematic symptoms of Ukrainian corruption is the influence those with money and power have over the criminal justice system. After writing a series of articles on the subject and its implications for continued aid from the West, I’d like to highlight a chilling event that happened … …read more Source: The...

    Germany sides with Kiev in UN peacekeeping mission mandate
    Jan05

    Germany sides with Kiev in UN peacekeeping mission mandate

    Germany has called for a UN peacekeeping mission mandate in areas in Ukraine’s east which are not under the government’s control. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: killing of lawyer sparks protests against ‘criminal system’
    Jan05

    Ukraine: killing of lawyer sparks protests against ‘criminal system’

    Iryna Nozdrovska, whose body was discovered on 1 January, disappeared days after helping to block release from jail of nephew of a judge The brutal killing of a human rights lawyer in Kiev has sparked widespread anger and protests amid allegations of entrenched corruption within the Ukrainian justice system.Iryna Nozdrovska’s body was...

    Rampant political corruption harms Ukraine’s people
    Jan05

    Rampant political corruption harms Ukraine’s people

    One of the most problematic symptoms of Ukrainian corruption is the influence those with money and power have over the criminal justice system. After writing a series of articles on the subject and its implications for continued aid from the West, I’d like to highlight a chilling event that happened … …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine Needs U.S. Help to Fight Corruption
    Jan04

    Ukraine Needs U.S. Help to Fight Corruption

    Domestic reforms are just as important as defending against Russian aggression. …read more Source: Foreign...