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
A Crowdfunded UAV Is Helping Ukraine’s Bootstrapped Army
The People’s Project are a volunteer group crowdfunding everything from tanks, uniforms and drones for Ukraine’s Army.
Putin Reveals He Ordered the Annexation of Crimea on the Day Yanukovych Fled Kiev
In a documentary trailer, Putin speaks of a secret meeting on February 22 in which he told security services to "begin the work to bring Crimea back into Russia."
Talking Heads: The European Union vs. Russia
VICE News sat down with George Soros to discuss why the EU must wake up and behave as countries indirectly at war with Russia.
'Heavenly Hundred' Remembered on Anniversary of Ukraine's Deadly Euromaidan Protests
Relatives are angry over the perceived inaction and lassitude of protest leaders and politicians, and the lack of justice for victims gunned down in the demonstrations.
Ukraine Votes for New Parliament as Conflict in East Continues
Voting in some areas of eastern Ukraine was difficult or altogether stifled, but no major security issues were reported early Sunday as president Petro Poroshenko's pro-Western party was expected to win a majority of seats.
Ukraine's President Faces Pressure from Radical Pro-War Parties Ahead of Election
Although Petro Poroshenko's moderate party is well ahead in the polls, radical neo-Nazi groups are gaining ground ahead of Ukraine's parliamentary election Sunday.
Ukraine Is Launching an Offensive to Retake Donetsk
Forces have reached the border of the town of Horlivka and amassed there in the area north of Donetsk.
Both Sides in the Ukraine Crisis Could Face War Crime Charges
A HRW report confirmed at least 16 civilians were killed in a series of attacks launched from Ukrainian held territory.
Battles Rage in Eastern Ukraine as Government in Kiev Collapses
Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk announced his resignation on Thursday, while explosions echoed through the eastern city of Luhansk.
Ukraine's Kitten Carriage Aims to Dispel Neo-Nazi Rumors
A train car adorned with kittens will travel across Ukraine to spread friendship. It also contains stuffed toys, cushions, and beer.
Ukrainian Mayor Shot in the Back and Pro-Russia Militias Take Yet Another Town
Eastern Ukraine's crisis worsened again, with an attack on a mayor, another town seized by militias, and the discovery of a tortured body.