The New York Times starts spelling "Kyiv"A number of world-renowned American editions have already joined the recommendations of the #KyivNotKiev international campaign.
15:07, 19 November 2019
Ukrainian Embassy urges NYT to fix mistake on Ukraine's map without CrimeaThe Ukrainian Embassy urges not play into the hands of Russian information propaganda.
12:22, 07 November 2019
Fox News: Reporter behind NY Times Biden-Ukraine story becomes Ukrainian president's spokeswomanThe Times acknowledged the "conflict of interest," with a spokesman saying the paper was unaware the Kyiv-based contributor had applied for the Ukraine job before she submitted her most recent Times piece.
13:55, 04 June 2019
NYT says Crimea marked as "disputed territory" consistent approach<p>The New York Times says that the newspaper did not recognize Russia’s position on Crimea by marking the peninsula on an illustration map to a column on Kerch bridge as “disputed territory” and that the move is in line with the publication’s standards, RBC reported citing NYT’s formal reply to its request.</p>
09:00, 16 November 2017
NYT comments on scandal with "disputed" Crimea on published mapThe American daily newspaper The New York Times, which has released an article on Crimea, illustrating the piece with a map where the Russian-occupied Ukrainian peninsula is marked as "disputed" territory, says it is studying the circumstances of the publication, the NYT press service told the RBC Russian news agency.
11:00, 14 November 2017
"Disputed territory": NYT slammed over "non-Ukrainian" Crimea<p>The American daily newspaper The New York Times has published a map where occupied Crimea is marked in the same color as the territory of Russia and is signed as "disputed," chess grandmaster, writer and political activist Garry Kasparov wrote on Twitter.</p>
12:20, 13 November 2017
NYT expert explains his words about Ukraine's supply of missile technology to DPRK<p>Mike Elleman, who was referred to by The New York Times in an article on the alleged Ukrainian engines in the ballistic missiles of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), has said that he did not speak in affirmative form about the involvement of the Ukrainian authorities in the supply of rocket engines to North Korea.</p>
13:41, 15 August 2017