13 suicide attempts among minors were recorded in the annexed Crimea in the first quarter of 2017, four of which were fatal.
The U.S. Senate reaffirms America's non-recognition of Russia’s attempted annexation of Crimea and calls for expansion of sanctions against the Russian Federation.
The Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation (FSB) started supporting pro-Russian forces in Crimea back in 2005.
On the anniversary of the occupation "referendum" in Crimea, Governmental Initiative of Yarosh (DIYA) public movement staged a picket near the Russian embassy in Kyiv.
The Kremlin should also release Ukrainians illegally detained in Russia and abolish the ban on the Crimean-Tatar Mejlis.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin believes Ukraine will prove in the U.N. International Court of Justice that Russia violates international conventions, namely the Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism and Convention on the Elimination of All Forms Racial Discrimination.
U.S. President Donald Trump says Obama allowed Russia to get stronger and stronger and take Crimea away from Ukraine.
According to Ukraine's State Border Guard Service, the spike is due to military drills underway in occupied Crimea.
U.S. remains resolute in its support for Ukraine as Russia's occupation of Crimea enters its 4th year.
Of 13,468 soldiers and officers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Crimea, only 3,990 (29.6 percent) have remained loyal to Ukraine and haven't change sides after Russian occupation of the peninsula.
Crimean Tatars and activists gathered in downtown Kyiv today to mark the Day of Resistance to Crimea's occupation.
The belligerent solution to Crimea occupation would entail ethnic cleansing and make it uninhabitable.
The Russian Federation started its disguised military campaign against the sovereign state of Ukraine on Feb. 20, 2014. Over 9,800 Ukrainians have been killed, about 23,000 have been wounded, and almost 1.8 million have been displaced since then.
Kremlin puppet Alexey Chaly, who called himself "Sevastopol mayor" after the occupation, said the Crimea's coup had been planned many years before 2014.