Pavlo Sheremet

Ukrainian investigators are working on four lines of inquiry into journalist murder

"We are working on four lines if inquiry: personal relations of the deceased; his professional journalistic activity; destabilization of the situation in the city of Kyiv and in the whole country due to the death of a prominent journalist; the fourth, respectively,

Ukrainians say farewell to prominent journalist killed in Kyiv – video

Family members, friends, colleagues, officials and ordinary Ukrainians are bringing flowers to pay their last respects to the 44-year-old native of Belarus, whose murder sent the shock waves across Ukraine, reports with reference to UA Today. Watch it on the Radio

Ukrainian president orders to protect Ukrainska Pravda founding editor Prytula

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has asked law-enforcement agencies to ensure the protection of Ukrainska Pravda founding editor Olena Prytula after Belarusian journalist Pavlo Sheremet was killed in a blast of her car on Wendesday morning, Presidential Press Secretary Svyatoslav Tsegolko has informed,

Ukraine’s President orders immediate probe of journalist’s death

"I ordered law enforcement agencies to immediately investigate this crime. Those responsible should be punished," Poroshenko wrote on Facebook, reports with reference to UNIAN. "A terrible tragedy in Kyiv. That's a shock - I have no other words," the president wrote.

Ukrainian-Belarusian journalist Pavlo Sheremet killed in car explosion in Kyiv center

The explosion occurred at 7:45 am of 20 July, when Sheremet was riding in the car in the center of Kyiv. The car belonged to Ukrainska Pravda head editor Olena Prytula, but she was not in the car at the time,