19-year-old Ukrainian Pavlo Hryb, who disappeared on Aug. 24 in Belarus, has been found in a pretrial detention center in Krasnodar, Russia.
Ihor Hryb says his son Pavlo Hryb left for Belarus to see a girl whom he met on social media, and subsequently disappeared. When Ihor arrived in Belarus, he was told his son was wanted by Russian FSB, the federal security service. Belarus border service refused providing any information about his son.
Several Ukrainian citizens lost their lives as a truck collided with their minivan 42 kilometers away from Veliky Novgorod, the Russian Federation.
Athletes of Ukraine's national HBM (historical medieval battle) team gained win at the IMCF (International Medieval Combat Federation) Battle of Nations world championship.
Seven suspected illegal immigrants from Ukraine were discovered on a yacht on Sunday after it got into difficulties near the Suffolk coast.
Three years ago, a significant part of Donetsk residents were doing their best to confront the creeping Russian invasion of the region.
Ukrainian pilots turned out to be the only crew in the world capable of performing NATO's special operation in the Arctic.
Polish Ambassador to Ukraine Jan Piekło dwelled on the gaps in Poles’ vision of Ukrainians he believed should be filled in.
Mariia Dovhaniuk moved to the United States in 2005 and brought along hundreds of items from her homeland.
According to Turkish authorities, 29 people were killed and 166 wounded in two explosions near Vodafone Arena in Turkish capital.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine is deeply concerned with the increasing number of provocations by Russian law enforcement agencies against Ukrainian citizens and recommends the latter to refrain from visiting Russia.
The head of Ukraine's Foreign Ministry states Russia is a dangerous territory for all citizens of Ukraine.
Washington, D.C. recently hosted the annual festival of the Ukrainian culture - one of the largest in the United States.
Irish movie actor Pierce Brosnan paid visit to the Ukrainian church in downtown London on Sunday, Aug. 21.
Ukrainian athlete Yurii Cheban became a double Olympic champion riding a patriotically designed canoe.