kiev

LGBTQ

International Activists Are Making Pride Safer in Hostile Countries

Both on the ground and in diplomatic back rooms, activists from LGBTQ-tolerant countries like Sweden are spreading the love to places like Ukraine.
Matt Baume
8.24.17
Travel

This Globe-Trotting Brain Surgeon Says Doctors Are Doing Medical Missions Wrong

"You can't just go down there, drop some money, do a photo-op, and come back," Rahul Jandial says about doctors who travel to hospitals in poor countries.
VICE Staff
9.25.16
Art

The Rainbow Express Pulls into Kiev

Spanish street artist Okuda decked out an entire train in colorful geometric creatures.
Beckett Mufson
9.11.16
Europe

Ukraine called 'mass grave' for journalists after car bomb kills reporter in Kiev

Pavel Sheremet, a Kremlin critic, is among dozens of journalists who have died in politically-motivated killings in Ukraine and Russia over the last decade.
Ruby Samuels
7.20.16
ukraine

Ukrainian Pilot Captured by Russia Returns Home After Receiving Pardon From Putin

Nadiya Savchenko arrived home in Kiev on Wednesday after nearly two years in a Russian jail, part of a prisoner swap for two Russians held in Ukraine.
Reuters News Agency
5.25.16
war and conflict

Shell-Shocked: Ukraine’s Trauma

VICE News travels to Ukraine to investigate the war’s impact on soldiers and civilians, and to see how volunteer groups are stepping up to help.
VICE News
4.28.16
ukraine

Shellshocked: Ukraine’s Trauma (Trailer)

Coming Soon: VICE News travels to Ukraine to investigate the war’s impact on soldiers and civilians, and to see how volunteer groups are stepping up to help.
VICE News
4.22.16
deep dive

We Went Post-Revolution Raving in Kiev's Industrial Wastelands

In the wake of 2013's Euromaidan protests, the youth of Ukraine are rebuilding their home through techno.
Chris Giles
4.12.16
Europe

Russia Jails Ukraine’s ‘Hero Pilot’ for 22 Years Following Trial Dismissed as a Sham

Helicopter pilot Nadiya Savchenko has become a cause celèbre in Ukraine during her trial for the murder of two Russian journalists, which Kiev and the West have called a sham.
Jack Losh
3.22.16
environment

30 Years After the Chernobyl Disaster, Locals Are Still Eating Radioactive Food

Next month marks the anniversary of one of the worst nuclear accidents in history and researchers have found dangerously high levels of radioactivity in grains, milk, and other foods consumed in Ukraine and Russia.
Elaisha Stokes
3.9.16
Europe

Leaders of the World, Unite! - Inside the World Economic Forum

Every year the world's elite gather in Davos, Switzerland for the World Economic Forum's annual meeting. VICE News traveled to the conference to try and understand what really happens at the exclusive gathering.
VICE News
1.29.16
ukraine

Kiev's Heavyweight Boxing Champ Mayor Wants to Knock Out Corruption in Ukraine

Kiev's Mayor Vitali Klitschko described the fight against corruption as an "illusion," and called on the country's general prosecutor to jail more offenders.
Samuel Oakford
1.23.16
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