Ukrainians mark Day of Dignity and Freedom

On November 21, 2013, people started protests against the political course of the then president Viktor Yanukovych. That day became a landmark in the modern history of Ukraine. Mass events are planned on the evening in the center of Kyiv. The police

Dystopian Ukraine novel, written on Facebook during protests, gets English translation

Kaharlyk by Oleh Shynkarenko, a novel that began as Facebook posts to evade censors, tells story of man whose brain is controlled by Russian army, the Guardian reports. The journalist and author began writing his vision of an alternate reality in which

Ukraine commemorates the second anniversary of the execution of the Heaven’s Hundred

On February 18, 2014 in Kyiv began to unfold the bloodiest events of the Revolution of Dignity that led to the overthrow of the dictatorial government of Viktor Yanukovych. That day many activists gave their lives for the better future of Ukraine,

Ukrainian documentary film Winter on Fire about Revolution of Dignity nominated for Oscar

A documentary film about Revolution of Dignity in Ukraine in 2013-2014 has been nominated for an Academy Award for best documentary feature, reports with reference to Radio Liberty. The Oscar nominations were announced on January 14 at a ceremony in Beverly