The SBU officers have found three caches in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) area. The caches were set up in abandoned buildings near Yasynuvata.
Special electronic declaration system of Ukrainian officials incomes will be launched on Sep.1, 2016.
Another two children were taken to the hospital. The investigation is carrying out. The driver was apprehended.
The Deputy Chief of the Volnovakha checkpoint was detained while selling drugs to the Army soldiers in the Donetsk region.
One Ukrainian soldier was wounded in Zaitseve, two more in Kamianets in the Donetsk region. One serviceman reported injured in Vodiane.
A monument to honor Ukrainian theater and cinema actor Bohdan Stupka was raised on the eve of the actor’s 75th anniversary at Baikove Cemetery.
The SBU officers found 4,500,000 UAH and 10 credit cards in the apartment of National Aviation University acting rector.
Former head of the Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Anthony Tether became Ukroboronprom adviser on long-term development. The parties signed the relevant memorandum on August 26.
It was reported about 88 militants’ attacks at Ukrainian soldiers in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) area over the past 24 hours. Zaitseve and Pisky were shelled with 122-mm guns, while Avdiivka was fired from tanks.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov in Geneva on Friday to discuss plans to bring an end to the four-year-long conflict.
Soldiers that survived in the battle for Ilovaisk started a rally near the Prosecutor General's Office (PGO), demanding to punish those responsible for the tragedy that happened two years ago.
Acting Rector of Kyiv’s National Aviation University Volodymyr Kharchenko is convinced the case against him has been fabricated.
The killed man was a resident of the Lviv region, born in 1986. He brought food for Ukrainian soldiers at the front line. According to preliminary data, the man was shot down by an enemy sniper. The police are examining the circumstances around the incident.
The Ukrainian side consistently fulfills the Minsk accords and urges the Russian Federation and militants not to violate their commitments and halt hostilities on Sept. 1, 2016.
Ukraine's chief anti-corruption prosecutor Nazar Kholodnytskyi argues that Interpol has promised to consider putting Verkhovna Rada deputy Oleksandr Onyshchenko (the Volia Narodu (People's Will) parliamentary group) on the international wanted list by Sept. 6.
Ukrainian fighters in Marinka are under almost around the clock attacks by Russian hybrid troops, involving small arms, machine guns, grenade launchers and mortars.
Iryna Herashchenko says an unconditional cessation of attacks is necessary in Ukraine's east to ensure the safety of local children.
The critical and benchmark setting stage of the fire test of the Ukrainian-produced missiles is over. It was carried out in accordance with the objectives of the program approved by the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine.
Officers of the Security Service of Ukraine detained Acting Rector of the Kyiv’s National Aviation University Volodymyr Kharchenko while accepting 100,000 euros as a bribe.
Ivanna Klympush-Tsyntsadze has announced that the visa-free travel for Ukrainians should be approved by the European Parliament.
Detachments from Romania, Poland, and the UK will also take part in the military parade to mark the 25th anniversary of Independence of the Republic of Moldova on Aug. 27.
Automaidan activists have carried out their own investigation into recertification of the National police employees in the Mykolaiv region, particularly those implicated in the murder of Kryve Ozero resident Oleksandr Tsukerman.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier believes Europe’s security is under serious threat and proposes arms control resumption.
Tripartite contact group on settlement of the Donbas situation has started its session in Belorussian capital.
One Ukrainian military was killed, two received injuries in the course of the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) in the east of Ukraine on Aug. 25.
On Aug. 26 between 6:30 and 8:30 a.m., the front line village of Shyrokyne, the Donetsk region, was affected by mortar shelling. The booming of the shelling was heard across the entire city of Mariupol, 30 km away.
Chornobyl nuclear plant police officers together with border guards have detained four citizens of neighboring Czech Republic who illegally entered the exclusion area for tourist purposes.
The pictures taken during military parade and March of Unbowed held in Kyiv on the Independence Day of Ukraine Aug. 24 continue being posted on the Internet.
Ukrainian military conducted festive special operation near Avdiivka industrial area and at Krasnohorivka outskirts on the Independence Day of Ukraine Aug. 24.
Ukrainian An-178 cargo plane was successfully tested for loading/unloading vehicles into it as part of the ground tests program.
The United States is deeply concerned with unexpected checkup of combat readiness of the Russian armed forces and hopes that Moscow will fulfill its obligations towards its neighbor in terms of transparency and arms control, Pentagon said.
German chancellor and Czech prime minister stressed that the sanctions were linked with the implementation of the Minsk agreements.
The Russian occupation forces fired at the Ukrainian army positions at Donetsk and Mariupol directions in the Donbas 48 times over the past day actively using heavy weapons banned by the Minsk agreement.
Three police officers suspected of involvement in the murder of a man in the town of Kryve Ozero, the Mykolaiv region, have been put under arrest following a ruling by the central district court of Mykolaiv.
Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksandr Turchynov met with a delegation of the Ukrainian World Congress.
The National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) says five suspects in the case against Verkhovna Rada MP Oleksandr Onyshchenko have made a plea deal.
Russian hybrid troops continue attacks in the Donbas, with the situation being under control. After midnight, anti-terrorist operation (ATO) forces came under fire 21 times.
Interior Minister Arsen Avakov promises that all police officers involved in the killing of a man in Kryve Ozero town in the Mykolaiv region will bear criminal liability.
The soldiers, who captured the strategically important height Savur-Mohyla from Russian hybrid troops in 2014, have not been recognized by the state.
The National Police leadership has disbanded the police precinct in Kryve Ozero town in Ukraine's Mykolaiv region.
The situation across the demarcation line in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) zone dramatically deteriorated on the Independence Day of Ukraine, Aug. 24.
A rally to remind the occupation Russian authorities about public figures and civilians that have been abducted in Crimea over 2.5 years of occupation took place outside the building of the Russian Embassy in Kyiv on Aug. 25.
Ukrainian paratroopers defending Avdiivka industrial area against Russian hybrid troops have hoisted the Ukrainian flag just 40 meters from enemy positions.
The National Police authorities intend to disband the police precinct in the town of Kryve Ozero in the Mykolaiv region.