Mass protests summoned by Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny ended in mass detentions on Monday, June 12.
Yesterday, May 30, former chief of Luhansk region tax service Oleksandr Antipov was served another indictment of legalization of income received by criminal means.
British police said they arrested two more people during raids Saturday over the Manchester concert bombing, as Prime Minister Theresa May announced a reduction in the country's threat level and of its anti-terror operation.
During the searches, the following belongings were seized: 23 cars, $5.5 million, 3.7 million hryvnia ($141,000), more than 3 kg of gold, 20 paintings of 18-19 century, more than 20 valuable watches. Another wave of detentions is being planned.
At the same time Ukraine needs to continue judicial reform in order to prevent wrongful court decisions in future.
The police and Military Prosecutor's Office have apprehended 26 individuals in the special operation against senior officials of Ukraine’s tax service from among associates of fugitive ex-Minister of Inland Revenue Oleksandr Klymenko.
The members of the National Police and Military Prosecutor's Office detained 22 senior officials of Ukraine’s tax service from among associates of fugitive ex-Minister of Inland Revenue Oleksandr Klymenko in the so-called "taxmen of Klymenko" case.
The National Police and the Military Prosecutor's Office conduct a special nationwide operation to detain senior officials of the former Inland Revenue Ministry of Ukraine. The law enforcement officers carry out searches in 15 regional departments of the former ministry. 23 individuals have been detained.
Officers of the Security Service of Ukraine apprehended an armed "LPR" militant in the Luhansk region.
Dnipropetrovsk region police detained a person who directed the actions of "titushkas" during the May 9 rally in Dnipro City.
The pro-Kremlin march in Dnipro became possible due to the failure of local patriotic organizations and parties to take part in the celebration of Victory Day.
A son of Ilver Ametov, the chairman of the regional mejlis of Sudak, has been beaten and taken to an unknown location after Russian security agents raided his house in the village of Kapsykhor outside Crimea's town of Sudak.