The United States is troubled by reports of his torture.
16:05, 13 April 2021
Ombudsperson urges int'l community to react to Russian FSB torturing Ukrainian journalist in custodyYesipenko was arrested in the temporarily occupied Crimea on March 10.
15:15, 08 April 2021
The human rights community says it is likely that the reported has been tortured while in custody.
18:00, 19 March 2021
The court on October 6, 2020, considered the appeal filed by the defense.
16:50, 07 October 2020
September 16 marked the 20th anniversary of the assassination of the Ukrayinska Pravda online newspaper's co-founder.
09:50, 17 September 2020
According to Garmash, Russia took advantage of Ukraine's compliance.
11:55, 11 September 2020
The Embassy urges a swift and comprehensive investigation.
03:15, 19 August 2020
He is being accused of organizing the assassination of an acclaimed journalist in 2016. He has denied all charges.
19:20, 12 August 2020
Two of the detainees are citizens of Ukraine.
19:55, 07 August 2020
It is located not far from the place where he lived and where he was killed.
09:50, 20 July 2020
Over 20 people from among journalists, bloggers, employees of Ukrainian and foreign media suffered serious violations of their rights.
18:40, 06 June 2020
The 19-year-old university student admitted his guilt to the court and agreed to cooperate with prosecutors.
22:20, 27 May 2020
The incident was reported in the center of Kyiv on April 29.
09:40, 30 April 2020
He has failed to confirm the purpose of the visit.
21:28, 01 March 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
He shared a copy of a "passport" issued by the so-called "LPR" to a recently killed mercenary.
11:47, 24 February 2020
He is expected to arrive in Kyiv on February 19.
01:20, 19 February 2020
The alleged organizer is currently hiding abroad.
11:49, 11 February 2020
RFE/RL: Lawyers of Ukrainian army medic suspected in Sheremet murder case say they have 'proof' of her innocenceIndependent forensic tests "proved that the person on the tape is 10 centimeters higher" than Duhar.
22:54, 07 February 2020