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All 12 independent Crimean Tatar media outlets were forced out of Crimea since start of Russian occupation.
18:40, 06 June 2021
Such meetings have already become a "good tradition," Zelensky notes.
17:20, 06 June 2021
That is 17 more killed than were in 2019 (49).
21:55, 13 March 2021
Russia is trying to present the Mejlis as "an extremist organization."
16:30, 05 October 2020
Earlier, the court ruled to remand in custody another suspect in the crime.
11:55, 31 August 2020
"Ukraine must do everything to defend freedom of speech, which is the base of a democratic state," the comment says.
13:35, 17 August 2020
The project leader earlier this month reported suspected wiretapping after a tip from a source and three holes he discovered, drilled into his apartment's ceiling.
09:25, 17 August 2020
One member of the team has said they have been banned from entering Belarus for 10 years.
13:10, 08 August 2020
The bill is intended to regulate relations related to information dissemination in mass media, and defines the legal framework for media operations in Ukraine, as well as regulation and supervision in this domain.
10:20, 05 February 2020
The National Police department in Lviv is investigating the "deliberate destruction of the journalist's property."
10:15, 31 January 2020
Representatives of the JFO's headquarters will not be able to attend the event as well.
22:03, 28 December 2019
Journalists have studied a forensic analysis report, which Avakov said was "decisive" for the investigators to detain the alleged murder suspects.
23:45, 16 December 2019
NUJU employees were the first who reported the incident to police this morning.
13:20, 28 November 2019
A restored pedestrian bridge was opened in Stanytsia Luhanska on November 20 with the participation of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and the ambassadors of France and Germany.
12:33, 23 November 2019
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
Razumkov sees no reason to hold parliamentary sessions behind closed doors.
12:45, 06 September 2019
Journalists' work remains very important since they help society see how the government and businesses operate.
11:30, 29 August 2019
During the same period in 2018 (January to June), 66 journalists were killed: the decrease is significant with 42% less casualties than the previous year.
22:37, 06 July 2019
In June alone, six journalists were assaulted.
11:20, 04 July 2019