At least 42 children have been killed and 109 injured by land mines and unexploded ordnance in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of eastern Ukraine since March last year, according to the latest report by the United Nations Children’s Fund.
Russian law enforcement groups blocked entrances to Roshen factory facilities in Lipetsk Oblast early on Apr 1, paralyzing the work, the company said in a statement.
The newly appointed acting governor of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, Vitaliy Reznychenko, has yet to prove himself and has virtually no track record in Zaporizhya, where he served as governor since Feb. 21.
Valentina Romanova wants to take her two underage sons away from Russia’s war against Ukraine. But she has been stuck in separatist-controlled Donetsk for more than a month as she waits for permission to enter Ukrainian-held territory.
Ukrainian authorities have made a new push this week to get international financial and political support, as well as weapons.
A freak road accident involving a Ukrainian armored personnel vehicle that killed an 8-year-old girl escalated into a series of riots in Kostantynivka, Donetsk Oblast, on March 16.
While Ukrainians and Russians speculated on reasons for Russian President Vladimir Putin's disappearance from the public spotlight since March 5, Western analysts concentrated on what to expect next in Russia's war against Ukraine.
PISKY, Ukraine – Despite the loss of thousands of lives and 7 percent of the territory, what is happening in Ukraine is still not commonly or officially referred to as a war, either at home or abroad.
Russian forces and their separatist allies are using the cease-fire to relocate heavy weapons and train their proxies, Ukrainian government military spokesman Andriy Lysenko says.
Kyiv authorities are rapidly putting up English-language signs in an effort to prepare the city for the influx of thousands of football fans for Euro 2012.
When called “a clown” most of us would feel offended. But Nuriddin Mullozhanov just proudly nods because, well, he is a clown.
Believe it or not, but even though the weather has been snowy lately, spring has finally come. At least, the French one – the French Spring 2012 film festival will be screened in Kyiv. For the full schedule, check the Kyiv Post Going Out Guide and www.kino.ukr.net/cinema/kiev/
Even if you’re short of cash or time to visit Spain this spring, you can have a glimpse of what it’s like over there, with “A Week of Spanish Movies” film festival on Kyiv screens. For a complete schedule check the Kyiv Post Going Out Guide and http://kino.ukr.net/cinema/kiev/
Those who haven’t had a chance to watch “Love Shorts” at Zhovten theater can still catch up, as well as drop by Kyiv cinema for a screening of “Shorts attack.”
However, “Jameson Irishfest” will be the main event for cinema lovers this week. It runs in English with Ukrainian subtitles. For the full schedule, check the Kyiv Post Going Out Guide and www.kino.ukr.net/cinema/kiev/
This week offers a real feast to cinema-goers.
Bollywood lovers will have to come out of the closet and show their faces at the Indian film festival.
Then, love-themed animated and movie shorts will occupy the big screens of Kyiv, along with Belgian, American and Swedish comedies.
For full schedule check the Kyiv Post Going Out Guide and kino.ukr.net/cinema/kiev/
This week brings to Kyiv a handful of both fresh and good old movies.
Some of them will be screening in Ukrainian only, others will run for weeks, so this week we’re reviewing only those you have one chance to watch: Polish festival movies, a French comedy, a cult comedy from USA featuring Merilyn Monroe, and a Swiss drama.
For complete listings visit www.kino.ukr.net/cinema/kiev