Journalists push back against proposed amendments that would complicate the work of online reporters and impose restrictions on social media users.
Kyiv and Washington are calling on Ukrainian separatists not to stop the pumps in a mine where a small nuclear bomb was detonated in 1979.
Political clash could ensue as country’s president and EU brass oppose the idea.
Government agency launches program aimed at students in Britain and other "unfriendly countries."
Ukraine decides against sending reporter back to Azerbaijan, where he faces charges similar to those thrown at other regime critics.
Some question the nationalist leader’s right to a seat in parliament after a UN court upheld his war crimes conviction.
Suspected cancer-causing substance in Czech booze is also found in baby food and coffee.
Washington earlier slapped an entry ban on a former chief prosecutor, offers no explanations for the penalties.
Authorities are not treating Maxim Borodin’s death as a crime, although colleagues say the young reporter’s stories about local mercenaries might have hit a nerve.
Armenians voted for a more accountable political system, but the ex-president’s job switch is evoking the specter of one-man rule.
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