Fascists in Ukraine, enemies in America: it's staple fare on Russia's state-controlled television. A study reveals the effectiveness of Putin's propaganda machine.
WASHINGTON -- The United States has launched a campaign to highlight cases of women who Washington says have been "unjustly imprisoned" by governments around the world.
Oleh Bereziuk, the leader of the Samopomich parliamentary faction at the Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada, believes Ukraine is sliding into a parliamentary crisis.
The U.S. Department of Commerce added new entities from Russia and other countries in its list of sanctions over the Ukraine conflict.
Ukrainian army positions came under five attacks on Sept. 1 and another one in the small hours of Sept. 2, the anti-terrorist operation press center has said.
ISTANBUL - At least 11 migrants believed to be Syrians drowned as two boats sank after leaving southwest Turkey for the Greek island of Kos, Turkey's Dogan news agency reported on Wednesday.
Moody's Investors Service says the risk of Ukraine's default on its payments remains in place even before it starts settling its foreign debt, the restructuring of which has been cleared with the ad hoc committee of creditors, Moody's said in a report posted on its website.
The prosecutor's office of Kyiv has brought charges against 18 people in connection with the clashes that took place outside the Verkhovna Rada on Aug. 31.
Editor's Note: This investigation was conducted by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project, a Kyiv Post partner.
Friends and family of President Ilham Aliyev make free use of two luxury yachts worth US$ 59 million that are owned by the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR), the organization charged with managing the country’s oil wealth for its citizens.
Last year, approximately 20 countries adopted laws requiring the localization of the processing of their citizens' personal data. A similar law went into effect in Russia on Sept. 1. As that date approached, everyone wondered if it would mark the start of a new Iron Curtain. That law was passed back when the price of oil exceeded $100 per barrel, the ruble exchange rate stood no higher than 34 to the dollar and the authorities had great confidence in their actions.
Monitors have observed explosions in the area of the devastated Donetsk airport, OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine (SMM) Deputy Chief Monitor Alexander Hug has said.
The numbers are small, but Moscow may be looking at its own version of mission creep in the treacherous Middle East.
BRUSSELS - The extension until March 15, 2016 of the European Union's sanctions against a number of individuals and legal entities in Russia and in eastern Ukraine over the conflict in Ukraine, which are to expire normally in mid-September, is under consideration, an EU diplomatic source told Interfax on Sept. 1.
The announcement from the Radical Party, which came in fifth in last year's election, came as two more National Guard officers died from injuries suffered in a grenade explosion, bringing the death toll to three from Aug. 31 clashes between nationalists and police outside Ukraine's Parliament.
The European Union is set to maintain until March 15 sanctions targeted against almost 200 Russians firms, individuals, and Ukrainian separatists to maintain pressure on Moscow to carry out the Minsk cease-fire agreement, diplomats said.