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10:00, 31 May 2021
The president says the sanctions decision is based on proof that the funding came from Russia.
10:40, 04 February 2021
The Ukrainian leader sees a fight for independence as a fight for the truth and European values.
13:35, 03 February 2021
Journalists periodically cover corruption schemes of parliament members.
16:50, 28 October 2020
One member of the team has said they have been banned from entering Belarus for 10 years.
13:10, 08 August 2020
Journalists in Russian-occupied areas must be protected, MFA Ukraine says on World Press Freedom DayUkraine Mission to EU added that "Russian propaganda is afraid of truth".
15:50, 03 May 2020
The 1+1 Media Group informs about developments around cases related to SBU searches in the editorial office of the Sekretni Materialy (Secret Materials) project and journalists' flats on February 5, 2020.
21:50, 27 February 2020
Yermak also promised to improve communication channels of the President's Office.
12:58, 12 February 2020
The council is an advisory body under the president of Ukraine.
15:22, 06 November 2019
The RFE/RL president urged the Ukrainian authorities to "hold accountable those who commit actions that undermine the public's belief in Ukraine's commitment to freedom of expression."
23:30, 03 November 2019
The State Duma commission is also analyzing the materials published by other news outlets, including opposition ones such as Meduza, Radio Liberty, and the BBC's Russian service.
16:20, 27 September 2019
The journalist wonders whether this is "freedom of speech".
12:00, 27 September 2019
It is expected that the Council will help record and eliminate threats to freedom of speech, as well as manifestation of censorship.
15:40, 17 July 2019
In June alone, six journalists were assaulted.
11:20, 04 July 2019
Komarov was heavily beaten by an unidentified perpetrator in the city center on May 4.
10:15, 20 June 2019
Free speech advocates have warned the new legislation could repress political speech, especially as the Kremlin moves to expand their control over the internet and require all web traffic in the country to go through domestic servers.
11:30, 19 March 2019
The anti-"fake news" bill also compels internet service providers to block access to content "which offends human dignity and public morality."
14:20, 07 March 2019
The punishment may range from a fine to an actual imprisonment.
23:10, 21 November 2018
The investigation into the attack on the activist has not yet revealed the organizers of the atrocious assault.
12:55, 04 November 2018
"He exposed Russian propaganda": Diplomats call Sushchenko case evidence of Russia's attacks on freedom of speechOn the second anniversary of the illegal detention of the Ukrainian journalist, the Ukrainian embassy in the United States is calling on the international community to take all measures toward the release of the Ukrainian political prisoners.
10:20, 01 October 2018