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.
Pro-Russian propagandist Anatolii Sharii has sued lawyer Mark Feigin, Сensor.NET chief editor Yurii Butusov and a number of media outlets that published Feygin's words Sharii sees as degrading his honor and dignity.
This past week, the pro-Kremlin propaganda actively spread disinformation claiming that the United States had allegedly deployed "thousands" of tanks in Europe to prepare for a NATO offensive against Russia.
Over several days of interviews with The New York Times, Russian officials said they no longer disputed a damning set of facts that detailed a doping program with few, if any, historical precedents.
The official newspaper of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Holos Ukrainy, has published the law "On state budget" for 2017.
U.S. intelligence officials now believe with "a high level of confidence" that Russian President Vladimir Putin became personally involved in the covert Russian campaign to interfere in the U.S. presidential election.
Propaganda pressure on the EU from Russia and Islamist terrorist groups is growing, MEPs warn in a resolution voted on Wednesday. It seeks to distort the truth, incite fear, provoke doubt and divide the EU.