Some 150 masked intruders with Praviy Sektor insignia blocked all entry points to Rinat Akhmetov's Zaporizhstal Iron & Steel Works on Oct. 15, his Metinvest steel holding said.
Editor’s Note: This is article was updated to include a response the Kyiv Post received from Mriya Agro Holding on Oct. 15.
LVIV – Serhiy Sydorchuk’s tallied the only goal to give the Ukrainian hosts a 1-0 victory over FYR Macedonia on Oct. 12 in their Group C 2016 European soccer championship qualifying fixture.
Dynamo Kyiv handed Shakhtar Donetsk its second loss of the premier league season on Oct. 6 in Kyiv’s Olympic Stadium, and its first defeat to the arch rival in four seasons and seven fixtures.
LVIV – A smashing left hook towards the end of the seventh round by Oleksandr Usyk (5-0, 5 KOs) sent Daniel “Billy the Kid” Bruwer (24-6-1, 21 KOs) to the canvas on Oct. 4 to secure the 2012 Olympic gold medalist the World Boxing Organization Intercontinental interim title.
Geneva-based Swissport International, a leading airport ground and cargo handling company, is heading to the nation's highest commercial court – again.
National team coach Mykhailo Fomenko on Sept. 29 called up four new players for the next two 2016 European soccer championship qualifier matches who didn’t appear in the debut loss to Slovakia.
Geneva-based airport and airlines service company Swissport International on Sept. 23 closed one of two chapters to restore ownership rights in a local cargo handler worth an estimated $25 million that it lost to its erstwhile partner Ukraine International Airlines.
KYIV, Ukraine – Slovakia successfully defended an early first-half goal to take its opening Group C European soccer championship qualifier against Ukraine 1-0 thanks to midfielder Robert Mak’s accurate pointer in the 17th minute. Fellow midfielder Marek Hamsik accurately found him at the 60-meter mark that the PAOK footballer touched ahead splitting two Ukrainian defenders who were belatedly closing the gap as he hit home.
Ukraine’s 35-year-old national football team captain Anatoliy Tymoshchuk will miss the Sept. 8 European football championship 2016 qualifying match with Slovakia due to injury.
The main picture accompanying this op-ed of the “little green man” wasn’t taken in Crimea during Russia’s annexation of the peninsula and wasn’t shot this week when they again invaded Ukraine with columns of tanks and other hardware.
When the nation’s 803 higher learning centers open their doors next month to more than 2 million students, they will have newly delegated powers to pass on knowledge how they want and by whom, according to a landmark bill that was passed on July 1.
Ukraine’s military has lost 18 aircraft since April 7 as part of the government’s efforts to rid eastern Ukraine of Kremlin-backed insurgents and Russian mercenaries, resulting in 89 deaths, and causing at least $250 million in damages, a statistical analysis by UNIAN news agency states.
Ukraine national soccer team coach Mykhailo Fomenko called up seven Shakhtar Donetsk, six Dynamo Kyiv, and five Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk players, as well as five debutantes for the 28-man squad that will play Slovakia at home in their first 2016 European soccer championship qualifier match on Sept. 8.
Then risk an administrative fine of Hr 51 by enjoying a “street beer” for less than $1 when exiting at any of the nearby kiosks that are usually found hugging desolate-looking public places. Despite a nationwide prohibition on carrying open alcoholic beverages, thirsty pedestrians can often get fresh beer on tap at major intersections in summertime. As an added bonus, babushkas sometimes sell loosies, or individual cigarettes, for those who are in denial of their addiction.
An American has reportedly become the first foreign casualty on the Ukrainian side of the military conflict against Russian mercenaries and Kremlin-backed forces in eastern Ukraine.
Ukrainian Football Federation chief Anatoliy Konkov has asked the world and Europe’s soccer governing bodies to take measures, including the imposition of sanctions, towards the Russian Football Union after three Crimean clubs on Aug. 12 competed in the Russia Cup.
In Russia’s latest application of hybrid warfare, an announcement was made on Aug. 11 that a huge convoy of trucks was on its way from Moscow to deliver “humanitarian aid” to battle-stricken Luhansk where many residents have been cut off from water, food and electricity.
There is a new player entering the information war between Ukraine and Russia, and one that thinks truth will prevail over state-manufactured propaganda.