A farewell ceremony for killed Aidar Battalion fighters Serhii "Kot" Kochetov and Mykola "Frantsuz" Saiuk took place today on Maidan Nazalezhnosti Square in Kyiv.
On the night of Nov. 2, two Aidar Battalion fighters Serhii "Kot" Kochetov and Mykola "Frantsuz" Saiuk were killed on a combat mission.
On Oct.1, 2016, the Appeal Court of Kyiv has decided to leave Vita Zaverukha, Andrii Romaniuk, and Yevhen Kosheliuk suspected of killing police officers on May 4, 2015 in custody for two more months.
Two soldiers of Aidar battalion - Yurii Hurtiak and Yaroslav Komarov - were killed in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) yesterday, July 11.
Today, Aidar Battalion fighter Ihor "Rubezh" Radchenko, suspected of committing a series of crimes, has been remanded on parole at the request of several people's deputies.
Servicemen who violated the civilian Criminal Code during wartime should be deprived of criminal liability.
Aidar commander Valentyn Lykholit, arrested yesterday, has repeatedly demonstrated personal courage and proven dedication to Ukraine while fighting in the Donbas.
MPs and fighters of several battalions continue to protest at the Pechersk district court and on Khreshchatyk street in Kyiv in support of Aidar commander Valentyn Lykholit arrested yesterday.
A few MPs and fighters of several battalions keep on blocking the Pechersk district court of Kyiv where Aidar commander Valentyn Lykholit arrested yesterday is kept.
Several MPs, as well as Aidar and Donbas battalion soldiers spent the night in the room of the Pechersk district court in Kyiv to prevent the export to jail of the Aidar commander Valentyn Lykholit (call sign "Batia") arrested yesterday.
People's deputy of Ukraine Yehor Soboliev says Aidar Battalion Commander Valentyn Lykholit has been apprehended upon the claims by officials-separatists.
The farewell ceremony for the Ukrainian serviceman Volodymyr Samoilenko has been held at Maidan Nezalezhnosti in Kyiv today, June 20.
Two Aidar soldiers were killed and four more wounded. One wounded soldier is reported to be in critical condition.
Two soldiers of the Aidar assault battalion have been killed in the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) area.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation expressed concern regarding the information on the Azov and Aidar detachments being sent to Odesa.
Well-fortified positions allow the soldiers of the 24th Aidar Separate Assault Battalion of the Armed Forces of Ukraine to take attacks of the Russian militants in their stride.