Photos of the Ukrainian Camp Where Children Were Trained to Kill
Every summer they trained 150 kids as young as eight to fight, shoot and survive.
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Why Is the West Ignoring the War in Ukraine?
The war is active and people are dying. Most people just don’t care about it for a cocktail of both bigoted and ignorant reasons.
How Freedom Shaped Ukrainian Art, At Home and Abroad
The exhibition 'Reality Check' celebrates 25 years of Ukrainian independence and the effects of freedom.
B. David Zarley
Intolerance and Violence Against LGBT People Is on the Rise in War-Torn Ukraine
As the queer community has grown increasingly visible thanks to the efforts of activists, homophobic assaults and rhetoric are also on the upswing.
This Ukrainian Cookbook Is Part Family History, Part Dumpling Heaven
“Cookbooks don’t have to be about recipes from a chef,” says Olia Hercules, author of Mamushka: Recipes from Ukraine & Beyond. “I like recipes because of the stories they might tell about a culture and all these things our grandmothers used to make.”
You’re More Likely to Catch a Fridge Than a Fish in the Black Sea
I asked a couple of experts just how polluted the Romanian coastline is.
The Hangover News
This weekend, we learned that rival British gangs have started a "supergang".
How the Invasion of Ukraine Is Shaking Up the Global Crime Scene
"What's happening in Ukraine now matters to criminals from Bogotá to Beijing."
I Went on a Strange, Propaganda-Filled Press Junket to Moscow
Me and a load of Western journalists were repeatedly told how awful the Western media is.
I Was Arrested for Murder in Transnistria
All I wanted to do was sit in the park and look at the Lenin statues.
John Dennehy, Illustrations: Craig "Questions" Sco
Russian Roulette: The Invasion of Ukraine
We visited Debaltseve, a town at a strategic crossroads between two rebel-held cities in Eastern Ukraine.
Crimea: March of the Tatars
Russia's rule over Crimea could have deadly consequences for the Tatars.