Russia's National Anti-Terrorism Committee (NAC) reports nine killed and more than 20 injured as a result of an explosion on the St. Petersburg metro.
A bus carrying children from Belarus to Ukrainian Bukovel ski resort collided with a car in the Lviv region, killing two people.
The Ministry of Defense has unveiled the names of Ukrainian officers who died in the crash of a Mi-2 military helicopter in the Donetsk region on March 26.
Since the beginning of the year, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) verified 111 civilian casualties (20 deaths and 91 injuries), compared to 51 in November-December 2016.
A traffic accident in Poland killed three people, including Segodnia newspaper journalist Polina Dorozhkina.
A march in the memory of the heroes of the Heavenly Hundred, killed at Maidan Nezalezhnosti on Feb. 18-20, 2014, was held today in Kyiv.
The vigil in memory of the soldiers and civilians killed in Avdiivka was held in Toronto (Canada) in light of the recent escalation of the Russian aggression in Ukraine.
Six people died, 46 were injured in road traffic accidents across Ukraine over the past 24-hour period (Jan. 22).
Nine Ukrainians were killed and 66 injured in car accidents over the past 24 hours. The traffic collision rate is critical in five regions of Ukraine and high in five more.
60 people were killed, another 50 wounded as a result of the terrorist attack in the opposition-controlled town of Azaz in the Syrian province of Aleppo.
A fire that started on Thursday in a house in Rusanivski Sady area of Kyiv claimed lives of four children.
A truck ran into a Christmas market Monday evening in a major public square in Berlin, killing nine people and injuring at least 50.
Seven people got injured and two stay under the rubble following the collapse of a residential building in Chernihiv.
Commanders in charge of the special operation in Kniazhychi were in a restaurant during the shootout when several policemen were killed.
The Kyiv region prosecutor's office launched criminal investigation under article 115 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine ("intended killing) into the homicide of police officers in Kniazhychi on Dec. 4.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) announced the names of the National Police officers who died in the shooting in the village of Kniazhychi (the Kyiv region).