Former fighter of Berkut secret forces unit Vitalii Honcharenko is suspected of murdering three people on Feb. 18, 2014 at Kyiv's Maidan. The Pechersky District Court of Kyiv has changed the restraint measure from home arrest to jail for 60 days.
On Tuesday, Feb. 14, a new video was shown during a Maidan massacre case hearing in the Sviatoshyn district court of Kyiv.
Russian Federation refused to extradite 12 ex-soldiers of Berkut riot police detachment charged with murder of Heavenly Hundred as they became Russian citizens. A total of 21 Berkut soldiers are currently hiding in the territory of Russia.
A total of 35 verdicts have been delivered by courts in the cases of Maidan crimes, but only one person has been sentenced to prison.
Former officer of Berkut riot police who was placed on the national wanted list for beating the activists of Automaidan civil society movement during the Revolution of Dignity was detained yesterday, Jan. 24.
The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine (PGO) referred to court cases of six former police officers accused of committing crimes against Euromaidan activists.
Russia has granted citizenship to former commander of Berkut special company Dmytro Sadovnyk and nine other fighters accused of killing 48 Maidan activists in Instytutska Street in Kyiv in February 2014.
The hole in the helmet of Ustym Holodniuk, a Maidan activist killed in February 2014 in Kyiv, has been named an entry.
Ex-President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych, former first deputy chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Ihor Kaletnik and 12 more persons have been indicted as part of proceedings into the falsification of the results of voting on the so-called "dictatorship laws."
Moscow seeks release of the former Berkut officers with the help of the ''DPR'' and ''LPR'' leaders.
Yurii Krysin, who was charged with deadly attack on journalist Viacheslav Veremii, was detained twice and convicted once for commission of crimes more “usual” for him since he was released from custody in Veremii’s case. Krysin was recently released at large for the third time.
The Prosecutor General's Office (PGO) investigates possible involvement of Right Sector and Bratstvo party activists in the murder of 13 law enforcement officers during the Revolution of Dignity.
The Swiss Federal Council has extended the seizure of assets of fugitive Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych.
Russia at least twice appealed to the Ukraine with a proposal to exchange the former "Berkut" riot police officers Pavlo Abroskin and Serhii Zinchenko accused of killing activists during the Maidan protests.
The Prosecutor General's Office reports that representatives of the now disbanded Party of Regions paid extras to interior troops during the Euromaidan protests in Ukraine.
Upon the court ruling, the fate of their service in police will be decided by assessment and police commissions.
The members of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) and the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine (PGO) conducted a number of searches as part of the investigation into crimes against the Maidan activists.
The Military Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine issued arrest warrant for 20 employees of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) which were in contact with ex-Chief of the SBU Counterintelligence Department Gen. Bik is suspected of committing actions aimed at undermining Ukraine’s territorial integrity.