Spain has become a refuge for Ukrainian kids affected by Russia’s war against Ukraine, with several Spanish nongovernmental organizations pitching in to give children from the Donbas war zone, including orphans and the poor, a respite during summer.
"Unfair," "catastrophic" and "just plain crazy" - are some of the more polite descriptions being used to describe a law passed by Ukraine's parliament, the Verkhovna Rada, on July 2 for converting foreign currency loans into the exchange rate at the time the loan agreement was signed.
With his 13-year-old Golden Retriever by his side, Geoffrey R. Pyatt took time out on Constitution Day in Ukraine to conduct live and Skype interviews as he also prepared to host more visiting U.S. members of Congress in Kyiv. An estimated 70 U.S. lawmakers have made the trip to Ukraine in the last year, a testament to strong American interest in the nation.
Drone footage captured over eastern Ukraine appears to show a Russian military camp just 10 miles from the front line. The video was released by Dnipro-1, a group supporting the Ukrainian government, and shows the area in Solncevo, in the country's Donetsk Oblast.
When rumors began swirling that authorities in the central Russian city of Nizhnevartovsk intended to ban yoga, practitioners of the ancient Indian discipline thought it was a prank. It soon turned out Nizhnevartovsk officials were dead serious.
Ukraine Today is joined by Andriy Meleshevych, President of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, one of the country's most prestigious universities, to discuss the latest changes in Ukrainian higher education and the role of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy in tackling Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Russia will consider new selective retaliatory measures against some specific Western countries, the nation's security chief said July 3, pointing at Finland as a possible target.
Russia could impose restrictions on the timber trade with Finland in response to Helsinki's decision to refuse entry to a Russian official, the head of the Kremlin's Security Council said on July 3.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has announced that he has scheduled a meeting with regional governors in Odesa oblast next week.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said he hopes that Verkhovna Rada in two weeks will adopt in the first reading his draft on constitutional amendments on decentralization, which he submitted to the parliament this week.
The President of the European Parliament (EP), Martin Schulz, sees no way to resolve the crisis in eastern Ukraine other than politically and with Russia's involvement.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has reported that work is ongoing to organize the activities of the joint entrance checkpoints on the border with the EU member states: Poland, Hungary, Romania, and Slovakia.
The Russian city of St Petersburg has turned down local taxi drivers' requests to outlaw ridesharing app Uber in a similar manner to some Western governments, saying that it would be up to Russia's national government to decide on the issue.
Russian President Vladimir Putin accused opponents of pressuring his country because it's defending its sovereignty and said it should take steps to maintain stability.
MOSCOW - Western powers want to Remove Russia's government from power, Nikolai Patrushev, head of the Kremlin's Security Council, said on July 3.
MOSCOW - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on July 3 said Ukraine's perceived failure to agree with rebels on implementing a peace deal was "alarming" and urged the West to pressure Kyiv.
Pro-Russian rebels have withdrawn from a front-line village near the strategic port city of Mariupol. Ukrainian military spokesman Oleksandr Motuzyanyk said on July 3 that the separatists "withdrew to the east, leaving the settlement of Shyrokyne completely destroyed."