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pearl of the Black Sea
Ukraine's Odesa Wins UNESCO Status Despite Russia Opposition
UNESCO added the historic center of Ukraine's port city Odesa, often described as "the pearl of the Black Sea," to its World Heritage List on Wednesday...
Ukraine Dismisses Key Officials in Anti-Graft Purge
Kyiv on Tuesday announced the dismissal of a dozen top officials in its biggest political shakeup following the country's first major corruption scandal...
What the Return of Kremlin Ally Medvedchuk Means for the War in Ukraine
Viktor Medvedchuk, for a long time a leading pro-Russia figure in Ukrainian politics, had until now been lying low since he turned up in Russia last year...
Zelensky Says Revoked Ukrainian Citizenship of Putin Ally
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky on Tuesday said he had revoked the citizenship of Viktor Medvedchuk, once seen as Russian leader Vladimir Putin's...
In Photos: The Ukrainian Cultural Sites Destroyed During Russia’s Invasion
Ukraine’s cultural heritage has been systematically targeted throughout Russia's 10-month invasion.
At least 227 Ukrainian cultural sites have been...
Russian Jailed 12 Years in Crimea for Sharing Naval Info With Ukraine
A court in Moscow-annexed Crimea has sentenced a Russian citizen to 12 years in prison on charges of sharing details about the Russian Navy with Ukrainian...
Russian Man Sentenced to 12.5 Years for Offering State Secrets to Ukraine
A Russian man has been sentenced to 12 years and six months in prison on treason charges, security services said Thursday, in the latest case involving...
'galvanized the world'
Time Magazine Names Ukraine's Zelensky 'Person of the Year'
Time magazine named President Volodymyr Zelensky as well as "the spirit of Ukraine" as its 2022 person of the year on Wednesday, for the resistance the...
What Next for Ukraine’s Formerly Pro-Russian Regions?
Ukraine’s successful counteroffensive in the Kharkiv and Kherson regions means that a large chunk of the country’s Russian-speaking southeast...
Ukraine to Limit Moscow-Linked Religious Groups: Zelensky
Ukraine will move to impose limitations on religious organizations in the country which have links to Russia, President Volodymyr Zelensky said in his...
Moscow Says Berlin Tried to 'Demonize Russia' with Famine Ruling
Moscow said Thursday that a decision by German lawmakers to recognize the 1930s starvation of millions in Ukraine as "genocide" was an attempt to...
'promoting extremist symbols'
Crimean Teacher Jailed for Posting Patriotic Ukrainian Song
A former teacher in annexed Crimea has said he was beaten and jailed for posting a patriotic Ukrainian song that has become a symbol of Kyiv’s resistance...
world heritage site
Ukraine Raids Famed Monastery Over Suspected Russia Links
Ukraine's security service said Tuesday it had raided a historic Orthodox monastery in Kyiv over suspected links to Russian agents. The Kremlin denounced...
In Photos: Ukrainians Prepare For a Long and Cold Winter as Russian Strikes Continue
While usually greeted with excitement, the first snows of the winter were this year met with unease in Ukraine, as millions of people were left without...
Three Sentenced to Life for Flight MH17 Downing
A Dutch court on Thursday sentenced three men to life imprisonment over the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over Ukraine in 2014, in the early...
After Mobilization, the Kremlin Is Turning to 'Dirty Bomb' Diplomacy
Russia has ramped up the claim, internationally and domestically, that Ukraine is preparing to use a ‘dirty bomb’. This is a major escalation...
'insane Nazi drug addicts'
Medvedev Rails Against West to Mark Russian Unity Day
Russia's former president Dmitry Medvedev marked Russian Unity Day on Friday with a blistering Telegram post in which he excoriated the West, Ukraine,...
Diplomatic Blow Back
Russia Warns U.K. of 'Dangerous Consequences' After Black Sea Attack
Russia summoned the UK ambassador to Moscow to the Foreign Ministry on Thursday and warned London of "dangerous consequences" after accusing it of helping...
Despite Modernization Drive, Russia's Air Force Struggles for Superiority in Ukraine
As the sun set in the Siberian city of Irkutsk on Sunday, an Su-30 Russian military fighter jet nose-dived into a two-story house, exploding on impact...
Region in turmoil
Explainer: What’s Behind the Russian Evacuations in Kherson?
Russian forces have been moving thousands of civilians in the occupied southern Ukrainian region of Kherson over the Dnipro River and deeper into Russian-occupied...
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