The U.S. and EU look to extend sanctions on Russia
Sanctions against Russia are expected to be renewed because full implementation of the Minsk agreements on peace in Ukraine hasn't been reached.
Will Ukraine break a Guinness World Record with an English class?
On May 28, thousands of people in Ukraine aimed for a Guinness World Record by simultaneously participating in an interactive English-language lesson.
Savchenko is free! Now Russia must release other Ukrainians.
The world is celebrating the release of Nadiya Savchenko, the Ukrainian pilot and parliamentarian whom Russia detained unjustly for nearly two years.
Crimean Tatar: ‘I want my people to feel safe’
Tamila Tasheva wants the world to keep talking about the conflict in Ukraine so that future violations of the international order don't become commonplace.
Did Russia really ban descendants from remembering the victims of Stalin’s...
On the anniversary of Stalin's deportation of thousands of Crimeans from their homes, Russia continues their repression by banning memorial events.
Ukraine steps up its fight against financial crimes
Ukraine loses more than $11 billion every year in illicit financial outflows. The country is taking action to stop this drain on its resources.
Ukrainian wins Eurovision with a dramatic song
Eurovision crowned Ukraine’s Jamala — a Crimean Tatar who has not been home since Russia occupied the peninsula in March 2014 — as this year’s winner.
Welcome to America, Eurovision
For the first time, 50 million households across the U.S. will be able to watch a live broadcast of Europe's longest-running song contest.
Russia must lift the ban on the Crimean Tatars’ representative body
The international community calls on Russia to reverse a decision by the so-called Supreme Court in Crimea to ban the legislature of the Crimean Tatars.