Liverpool face stiff competition from AC Milan for Ukrainian star Andriy Yarmolenko despite reports suggesting that the Premier League club have already made a surprise bid for the winger.
Singer-actress Kamaliya, the wife of Kyiv Post publisher Mohammad Zahoor, gave birth on Sept. 6 to twin girls in Kyiv.
Zahoor, the former steel magnate who now owns valuable real estate, media and other holdings through his ISTIL Group, announced the births late last night in text and other messages to family, friends and associates.
Apparently a certain Ukrainian boxing champion has warm feelings for a certain Hollywood actor-turned-politician.
About Marta Kolomayets
Family: Husband Danylo Yanevsky
Job: Director of Fulbright Program in Ukraine
How to succeed in Ukraine: “Interpersonal communication and tolerance are very important as well as teaching by example.”
It’s wasn’t a summer music festival or a beach party. Yet a crowd of scantily dressed people bearing nothing but bikinis and underwear gathered in Kyiv’s Voskresenka neighborhood to shop.
Fearing political persecution and their lives, four FEMEN activists have fled Ukraine for France, Alexandra Shevchenko, a founding member of the group told the Kyiv Post by phone.
"Yes, me, Anna (Hutsol), Yana (Zhdanova) and Oksana (Shachko) have escaped from Ukraine to France, to our Parisian training base," Shevchenko said.
The brain behind the “sextremist” FEMEN group, the topless women protesters who have gained international fame and scorn, turns out to be a man. At least that is the revelation made in a new documentary called “Ukraine Is Not A Brothel.”
It is probably the last place where President Viktor Yanukovych expected dissent. His own Party of Regions appeared to develop a rift this week as several of its prominent members came out with public statements that they will not support European integration, which has become the mantra of both the authorities and the opposition on the eve of a potential signing of an Association Agreement with the European Union in November.
WBC heavyweight king Vitali Klitschko (45(41)-2) has sensationally opened the door to a mega-clash with British star David Haye and is reportedly in talks with the WBC to bypass mandatory Bermane Stiverne to make the lucrative fight with the Londoner in what would a huge final swan song for the champion who is set to retire from boxing next year.
President Vladimir Putin’s September 4th interview with Russian state broadcaster Channel One and the Associated Press cast a bright light on the incompetence of his public relations office and on his own antediluvian notions about Ukraine.
Whoever translated the official Kremlin transcript showed a striking ignorance of the English language—the translation is wooden—and of elementary political-historical terminology. Several sentences stand out, both because the translation is shockingly bad and because, when dissected, they reveal a great deal about Putin’s mind-set.
Three Englishmen aged between 19 and 23 were hospitalized for head and arm injuries on the evening of Sept. 8 after a fight broke out involving nearly 40 English nationals and 21 Ukrainians in the outdoor terrace of Chateau cafe on Khreshchatyk Street, said the police and an eyewitness.
Kyiv Post publisher Mohammad Zahoor and his wife, Kamaliya, emerge from Isida Clinic, a maternity hospital in Kyiv, on Sept. 9 with their twin baby daughters, Arabella and Mirabella. Kamaliya gave birth on Sept. 6. Zahoor is a multimillionaire businessman whose ISTIL Group has media, real estate and other holdings. Kamaliya is a singer-actress with roles in four movies and several hit singles.
OKTYABRSK PORT, Ukraine — On Jan. 5, the Ocean Fortune, a 380-foot-long workhorse of the global arms trade, left this Black Sea port with unknown cargo concealed in its cavernous hold. The ship steamed south, slipped through the Bosporus Strait and turned toward the eastern Mediterranean. Then it disappeared.
It’s not often that a multimillionaire moves into a president’s backyard. But something along those lines is happening in Ukraine.
Vilnius - The foreign ministers of the European Union states who met on Saturday, Sept.7 have warned Russia that the country should not press on neighbors which are trying to have tighter relations with the West.
It was hard to believe one’s eyes on Sept. 5 as Ukraine’s parliament, notorious for brawls and squabbling, almost unanimously approved five bills required for signing the Association Agreement with the European Union this November.