Freedom House has qualified Ukraine as a “partly free” country in the ranking Freedom on the Net 2019, the latest edition of the annual country-by-country assessment of Internet freedom.
Society and Culture
Charge d'Affaires a.i. William Taylor has urged justice in the death of Kherson activist Kateryna Handziuk.
The Ukrainian animated film Deep Love by Mykyta Lyskov has been awarded the Golden Dove in the Next Masters Competition Short Documentary and Animated Film at the 62nd DOK Leipzig Film Festival, which took place on October 28-3 November.
Members of the Human Rights Council of St. Petersburg issued a statement demanding to stop the persecution of Crimean Tatars in annexed Crimea.
There may be several people who ordered the murder of Kherson activist Kateryna Handziuk, Head of the Main Investigation Department of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) Bohdan Tyvodar has said.
Alexandra Chyczij has been re-elected President of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) for three years.
Three Ukrainian animation films were shown at the international animation film festival in Sweden.
Russia has no right to conscript males in occupied Crimea to serve in the Russian armed forces as these actions blatantly violate international law.
107 thousand people have visited the Chornobyl Exclusion Zone since the beginning of 2019.
The U.S. Embassy in Ukraine calls on the Russian Federation and the forces it backs to release Ukrainian journalists unjustly detained for their work in eastern Ukraine and Crimea.
Canada pledges to always support Ukraine and Canadian-Ukrainian community for the benefit of both countries.
ITV News, the British popular TV channel, will use the correct name for the Ukrainian capital in English – "Kyiv" instead of the old form of "Kiev".
Odesa joins the UNESCO Creative Cities as a city of literature.
I recognized the same techniques I had been using in Syria in the last two years could be used with MH17