Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs expects German news agency Deutsche Welle give explanation and correct its editorial calling the Russian undeclared war against Ukraine a "civil war" in the Donbas.
Ukraine’s Prosecutor General Yurii Lutsenko said June 1 that as a result of the special operation to prevent assassination of Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko the investigation obtained a list of 47 individuals who could become targeted by the Russian secret services. According to the law enforcer, the list mainly consists of well-known Ukrainian and Russian journalists who have already been warned of the danger they are facing while efforts to ensure their protection are being made.
Detention of RIA Novosti-Ukraine CEO Kyrylo Vyshynskyi has nothing to do with news reporting but may be linked to human intelligence. SBU should make public the evidence collected by them.
Ukraine's National Security and Defense Council Secretary Oleksandr Turchynov sent a formal letter to the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) requesting to investigate a live broadcast of the "military parade" of the so-called 'Donetsk People's Republic' held in occupied Donetsk by certain Ukrainian online news outlets.
RT, the Kremlin-backed news channel that broadcasts in the UK, is facing seven new investigations after the broadcasting watchdog, Ofcom, said that it had seen a significant rise in potentially problematic material since the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal.
The entrance to the Kyiv-based NewsOne TV channel was blocked by sandbags and barbed wire brought by unidentified masked individuals in military uniforms who made a stand against the channel’s editorial policy.
Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yurii Lutsenko announced that Chief Editor of Strana.ua online news outlet Ihor Huzhva was detained last night.
U.S. President Donald Trump posted photos of his separate meetings with the top diplomats of Ukraine and Russia.
A press conference will be held at the Presidential Administration on the occasion of Europe Day and granting Ukraine the visa-free regime with the European Union.
Kremlin says it is not taking sides in the election and calls conduct of Macron's side "outrageous."
Unidentified gunmen fired upon Slidstvo.Info anti-corruption project camera crew members as they were filming the new estate belonging to businessman Rinat Akhmetov.
On March 27, trials of journalists detained during Freedom Day are to take place in Minsk, Vitebsk and Polotsk. A Minsk court had to try InformNapalm journalist Dzianis Ivashyn whose whereabouts remains unknown so far.
Teens in Rinkeby area of Stockholm told Danish radio they were offered money by a Russian TV crew in exchange for 'action' on camera.
Der Spiegel, one of Germany's top political magazines, resumed its criticism of president Donald Trump with its latest cover, released on March 3.
Myroslav Prodan, who was appointed acting head of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine on March 3, was under investigation in three criminal cases filed into the so-called "walnut mafia".
NATO accused Russia of escalating a disinformation campaign since the Kremlin's 2014 seizure of Ukraine's Crimea region, saying Russian websites such as Sputnik and RT had posted false stories.
NATO and the West should do more to tackle the false reality promoted through Soviet-style misinformation.