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April 30, 2014, by Katya Gorchinskaya of The Kyiv Post

Suddenly, a wave of fear rolls over as I follow several border guard officers down the sandy steps into a freshly dug-out blindage in Girsk. It was made to shelter […]

Donetsk separatists declare independence, set May 11 as date of referendum

April 7, 2014, by Katya Gorchinskaya of The Kyiv Post

A handful of pro-Russian separatists in the barricaded Donetsk Oblast government administration declared the creation of the Donetsk People’s Re ...

Tymoshenko, ex-Ukraine prime minister, to go free after 30 months in prison

February 21, 2014, by Katya Gorchinskaya of The Kyiv Post

Parliament voted to free ex-Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko from prison by decriminalizing the article in the criminal procedural code under which she ...

Yanukovych uncompromising in talks with three ex-presidents

December 11, 2013, by Katya Gorchinskaya of The Kyiv Post

President Viktor Yanukovych agreed to look into the cases of 10 protesters who were arrested and still in custody after clashes with police during ant ...

  • Western warnings pile up for Ukraine’s Yanukovych
    February 8, 2013, by Katya Gorchinskaya of The Kyiv Post

    Ukraine’s European partners issued multiple, unambiguous warnings this week: If Ukraine wants to sign an Association Agreement in November for closer political and trade ties with the European Union, it […]

  • Prosecutors try to pin 1996 murder of lawmaker on Tymoshenko
    January 22, 2013, by Katya Gorchinskaya of The Kyiv Post

    Amid rising speculation that she is in ill health and is not being allowed to properly consult with her lawyers, imprisoned former Ukrainian Yulia Tymoshenko learned on January 18 2013 […]

  • Fear and loathing in Ukraine’s new parliament
    December 13, 2012, by Katya Gorchinskaya of The Kyiv Post

    Naked women and broken fences. Several brawls and plenty of insults. Watching the first day of the new parliament is almost like watching a reality show, except for the grim […]