Ukraine landed in 31th place among 205 countries that took part in XXXI Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
After a two-day test launch, the Kyiv Post has reverted to its old website while a newer version goes offline so that its developer, Kyiv-based Deco Agency, can investigate a security breach and fix critical errors that hampered the success of the Aug. 22 launch.
The Kyiv Post's special Independence Day edition, a 24-page supplement to be published on Aug. 19, proved to be so popular that the newspaper will offer another special print edition to commemorate Ukraine's 25th birthday.
It is increasingly hard to understand why the civilized world puts up with Russian President Vladimir Putin, a threat to global security, rule of law and peace. Nobody is calling for a war against him, but the civilized world can and should do more to isolate and sanction the menacing midget.
America’s geography – a vast expanse surrounded by two oceans and two friendly neighbors – can breed isolation and ignorance of the rest of the world among its 320 million citizens, including leading politicians. This can have dangerous consequences globally, which is why the Nov. 8 presidential election is an easy call to make.
Ukraine is far from the only nation whose people are trying to fight entrenched political corruption. Despite its institutional advantages over Ukraine, America in November will make a choice between two tainted candidates: Hillary Clinton, whose obedience to wealthy interests makes her highly suspect, and Donald Trump, the narcissistic billionaire buffoon.
Belarusian journalist Pavel Sheremet was killed in a car explosion in Kyiv on the morning of July 20, reported Ukrainska Pravda. Sheremet worked in Ukrainska Pravda, a popular online news outlet.
Journalist Pavel Sheremet was killed in a car explosion in Kyiv on the morning of July 20, reported Ukrainska Pravda. Sheremet worked in Ukrainska Pravda, a popular online news outlet.
The Kyiv Post appreciates comments from readers who want us to find more uplifting news. We hear you and note that many of our stories are about the latest business openings, what’s happening on the nightlife scene or progressive new political movements. On Aug. 19, we publish a special supplement celebrating Ukraine’s 25th birthday.