: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Russia charges in absentia Muslim Tatar Leader
    Jan21

    Russia charges in absentia Muslim Tatar Leader

    Mustafa Jemilev, 72, is accused of “premeditated crimesâ€� and has been put on the wanted list by a Crimean court. …read more Source: AL...

    Putin probably okayed Litvinenko killing: UK probe
    Jan21

    Putin probably okayed Litvinenko killing: UK probe

    The grave of murdered ex-KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko is seen at Highgate Cemetery in London, Britain, January 21, 2016. Photo: Reuters London, January 21 Russian President Vladimir Putin “probably approved” the killing of ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko in London, a British inquiry into his agonising death by radiation poisoning found today....

    The Litvinenko inquiry sends a clear message to Moscow
    Jan21

    The Litvinenko inquiry sends a clear message to Moscow

    Marina Litvinenko, the wife of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko, speaks to the media outside the Royal Courts of Justice, London, where the findings of the inquiry into his death were revealed. ©Philip Toscano/PA Wire/Press Association Images Sir Robert Owen, the chairman of the enquiry into the assassination of former Russian spy and UK...

    Coca-Cola and Pepsi Face Criminal Probe by Ukrainian Government in Crimea
    Jan21

    Coca-Cola and Pepsi Face Criminal Probe by Ukrainian Government in Crimea

    The Prosecutor of Ukraine’s regional government in exile in Crimea has launched a criminal probe against officials of the Coca-Cola Company and Pepsi, after the two companies presented Crimea as a part of Russia in separate incidents. The Crimean peninsula was annexed by Russia in 2014 from the territory of Ukraine and Moscow’s...

    Rites of Spring: Ukrainian New Year in Strathcona
    Jan21

    Rites of Spring: Ukrainian New Year in Strathcona

    Kazotsky kicks keep revelers in splits. Photo: Scott Alpenread more …read more Source: Vancouver...

    Putin ‘probably approved’ Litvinenko killing: UK inquiry
    Jan21

    Putin ‘probably approved’ Litvinenko killing: UK inquiry

    Russian President Vladimir Putin “probably approved” the killing of ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko in London, a British inquiry into his agonizing death by radiation poisoning found Thursday, January 21. Litvinenko, a prominent Kremlin critic, died in 2006 aged 43, three weeks after drinking tea laced with radioactive polonium at an upmarket London...

    Donbass refugees leave Russia for home
    Jan21

    Donbass refugees leave Russia for home

    Increasingly, Donbass refugees are returning home from Russia, but wherever they now go in Ukraine, they face problems. …read more Source:...

    Donbass refugees leave Russia for home
    Jan21

    Donbass refugees leave Russia for home

    Increasingly, Donbass refugees are returning home from Russia, but wherever they now go in Ukraine, they face problems. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    ‘Winter on Fire’ is an Oscar nominee and a ‘manual for revolution,’ says director
    Jan21

    ‘Winter on Fire’ is an Oscar nominee and a ‘manual for revolution,’ says director

    Evgeny Afineevsky’s Winter on Fire: Ukraine’s Fight for Freedom has it all: blood, sweat and tear gas See also: Ukraine’s children of war In just an hour and a half, the film captures the view from the trenches of Ukraine’s Euromaidan revolution, with special attention paid to the bravery and steely resolve of the hundreds...

    Ukraine probes Coca-Cola, Pepsico over map showing Crimea in Russia
    Jan21

    Ukraine probes Coca-Cola, Pepsico over map showing Crimea in Russia

    Ukrainian prosecutors investigating online publication by the U.S. drinks companies that showed Crimea as part of Russia …read more Source: The Globe and...