Vandals desecrated tombs of the dead Poles at the cemetery in the village of Pidkamin, the Lviv region, on March 12.
On Nov. 6, a commemoration ceremony for Ukrainian Volunteer Corps warrior Serhii "Sever" Tabala took place on the Alley of Glory at the Sumy central cemetery.
The Russian terrorist forces’ artillery strike impacted residential neighborhood of Avdiivka (Donetsk region) and the local cemetery. No casualties inflicted.
Batkivshchyna faction MP Serhii Vlasenko cast doubt on Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroisman’s competence and accused him of lack of general policy understanding. The lawmaker also refused to comment on today's statement by the prime minister that the Cabinet headed by Yulia Tymoshenko made a commitment to start selling Ukrainian land back in 2008.
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 number of graves with pictures of men in military uniform rapidly increases at the cemetery of the "DPR", which is located in the Kirov neighborhood of Donetsk, occupied by the Russian-terrorist forces.
Belarusian journalist Vasily Semashko managed to persuade one of the Donbas militants nicknamed ‘Kucher’ to show the graves of ‘insurgents’ in the ‘Walk of Fame’ cemetery in the miners’ village of Mospyne.
Two hundred years ago, a saying had it: "In Russia, everything is a secret, but nothing is a mystery." Since that time, little has changed. If at the highest state level and on federal TV channels they persistently deny Russia's military involvement in war in the Donbas, at the mundane level nothing is hidden.
The new investigation describes ‘tour of duty to Ukraine’ details of the servicemen of the 8th separate mountain motorized rifle brigade (military unit No. 16544, South Military District, Borzoi, Republic of Chechnya, Russia)
The militants’ cemetery in Donetsk, which Russian mercenaries call "Walk of Fame" has more than tripled over the year. According to the cemetery keepers, the total number of militants buried in Donetsk is nearly five thousand.
Russian fighters who have been returned from Donbas as “cargo 200”, i.e. dead, are being buried massively in the Russian city of Rostov-on-Don.
Russian journalist and blogger Ilya Varlamov took a picture of Donetsk cemetery where terrorists are buried. The vast number of graves are those of unidentified soldiers.
The number of graves with the remains of unknown people at the cemetery in Rostov-on-Don is constantly increases.
Ukrainian authorities are burying unidentified remains at a cemetery near Dnipropetrovsk. The bodies, brought from different places of the confrontation, may belong to both Ukrainian and Russian soldiers who fought in the Donbas.
A resident of one of the towns in the Donetsk region found another cemetery of the separatists. The militants spontaneously buried their dead in the field.