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    Ukrainians Mark Anniversary Of Journalist’s Killing
    Jul20

    Ukrainians Mark Anniversary Of Journalist’s Killing

    Friends and activists remembered slain journalist Pavel Sheremet in the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, on the first anniversary of his assassination. Sheremet was killed in a car-bomb blast and supporters said they are frustrated the investigation into his death has failed to determine who ordered the attack. (RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service)...

    Ukraine Says Nine Soldiers Killed Amid Intense Shelling
    Jul20

    Ukraine Says Nine Soldiers Killed Amid Intense Shelling

    Ukraine’s Defense Ministry said on July 20 that nine Ukrainian soldiers were killed and five wounded in the previous 24 hours as Russia-backed separatists stepped up shelling attacks on their positions in the country’s east. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukrainian Soldiers Hunger For NATO Grub
    Jul20

    Ukrainian Soldiers Hunger For NATO Grub

    Ukrainian troops training with their NATO partners are learning how things run inside the world’s largest military alliance. The country is years away from joining the alliance, but there are some standards the troops are eager to adopt — in particular, the high quality of food at the NATO mess hall. (RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service)...

    Ukrainian Journalists Commemorate Slain Colleague Pavel Sheremet, Demand Answers
    Jul20

    Ukrainian Journalists Commemorate Slain Colleague Pavel Sheremet, Demand Answers

    One year to the day after journalist Pavel Sheremet was killed by a car bomb in central Kyiv, dozens of journalists, civil society activists, friends and colleagues gathered at the scene of the crime to commemorate his life and work. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    EU Condemns Declaration Of ‘Little Russia’ By Ukrainian Separatists
    Jul20

    EU Condemns Declaration Of ‘Little Russia’ By Ukrainian Separatists

    The European Union condemned a move by Ukrainian separatists to declare the creation of a “Little Russia” within the Donetsk region of Ukraine and urged Russia to distance itself from the proposition. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Poroshenko Visits Boundary ‘Abyss’ Between Georgia And South Ossetia
    Jul19

    Poroshenko Visits Boundary ‘Abyss’ Between Georgia And South Ossetia

    On a visit to Georgia, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko described the line between Russia-backed separatists in South Ossetia and Georgian government-held territory as an “abyss” between the past and the future. (RFE/RL’s Georgian Service) …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Pavel Sheremet: The Life And Violent Death Of A Journalist
    Jul19

    Pavel Sheremet: The Life And Violent Death Of A Journalist

    Journalist Pavel Sheremet was killed by a car bomb in Kyiv on July 20, 2016. One year on, Ukrainian authorities still have not identified any suspects. Sheremet was a well-known reporter who had worked at prominent media outlets in Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine during his career. He was often threatened and harassed for his hard-hitting journalism...

    Talks On Eastern Ukraine Conflict Held In Minsk
    Jul19

    Talks On Eastern Ukraine Conflict Held In Minsk

    A new round of talks aimed at fostering implementation of a cease-fire and peace deal for the conflict in eastern Ukraine was held in Minsk, Belarus, on July 19. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    U.S., Russian Envoy, OSCE Dismiss Ukraine Separatists’ ‘Little Russia’ Declaration
    Jul19

    U.S., Russian Envoy, OSCE Dismiss Ukraine Separatists’ ‘Little Russia’ Declaration

    The U.S. State Department, Russia’s envoy to Ukrainian peace talks, and the Organization for Cooperation and Security in Europe all voiced concern about the declaration of a “Little Russia” in Ukraine by Russia-backed separatists on July 18. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Trial Of Crimean Journalist Semena Resumes In Simferopol
    Jul18

    Trial Of Crimean Journalist Semena Resumes In Simferopol

    Russian-appointed judges at a court in Ukraine’s occupied Crimea region have conducted a new hearing in the trial of Mykola Semena, an RFE/RL contributor who is fighting what he says is a politically motivated separatism charge. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

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