Ukraine may boost fines for domestic violence by magnitudes Currently, the maximum fine is UAH 680.
15:40, 24 July 2020
Fifty MPs ask Constitutional Court to recognize as "unconstitutional" law on clemency for Maidan protesters In February 2014, the Verkhovna Rada adopted a law banning prosecution and punishment of participants in the Revolution of Dignity as many activists had been imprisoned, or otherwise prosecuted on fabricated charges.
22:00, 02 June 2020
RFE/RL: HRW urges Iran to halt prosecutions for protests over Ukraine air crash Iranian authorities have said that 30 people were arrested in connection with the protests.
13:25, 11 May 2020
Ukraine's SBI sends PGO draft notice of suspicion against Poroshenko The SBI also drafted a motion seeking the Ukrainian parliament's consent to prosecute Poroshenko.
14:07, 18 November 2019
Reuters: U.S. alleges Russian operatives sought to undermine U.S. election agency The U.S. prosecutors said they would present their request to the federal grand jury at a hearing scheduled for November 15.
18:55, 12 November 2019
Australian foreign minister: Ukraine-Russia prisoner swap affecting justice for MH17 victims The Australian government does welcome confirmation from the Dutch Prosecutor that the release of Tsemakh will not affect the commencement of the prosecution of four individual suspects in a Dutch court in March 2020.
23:59, 08 September 2019
Crimea occupying authorities prosecute 59 people for refusing to serve in Russian army Russia has called up over 12,200 Crimeans for military service.
13:27, 03 September 2019
Serbian national charged in Ukraine with assisting Russians in Crimea occupation in 2014 The man assisted the occupying authorities in establishing control over the strategic objects.
14:00, 29 July 2019
Lutsenko elaborates on charges brought against senior officials in Kurchenko case Charges have been brought against ninety-eight officials.
17:30, 28 March 2019
Critic of Russia's aggression against Ukraine gets 3.5 year jail sentence In October 2017, the renowned Memorial Human Rights Centre declared Bakholdin a political prisoner.
12:40, 26 December 2018
Commissioner Hahn in Ukraine: All crimes against activists must be prosecuted Hahn spoke to civil society representatives in his first meeting in Ukraine.
10:11, 09 November 2018
Fourth case against Russia lodged by Ukraine at ECHR – media The case concerns the detention and prosecution of Ukrainian nationals on various criminal charges.
15:07, 28 August 2018
Election expert suggests prosecuting organizers of illegal referendums The Committee of Voters of Ukraine believes that now it is important to initiate criminal cases against those citizens who were involved in the organization of the "electoral process" in the Russian-occupied Crimea.
11:40, 13 August 2018
Ukraine ratifies deal with the Netherlands on joint probe of MH17 crash The agreement should resolve the issue of prosecution and conviction in the Netherlands of persons involved in the shooting down of an aircraft.
14:00, 12 July 2018
Prosecutors complete presentation of evidence against Ukrainian journalist Sushchenko – Russian media Late in March the court started hearings of the Sushchenko case on the merits. The journalist pleaded not guilty to espionage.
13:04, 24 April 2018
Russian poet faces prison term over poem in support of Ukraine - human rights NGO Byvshev was sentenced to six months' community service on July 13, 2015, over the poem "To Ukrainian Patriots" which he posted on his social network pages on March 1, 2014, two days after Russian soldiers without insignia seized control in Crimea.
14:00, 09 April 2018
Dutch court may be allowed to prosecute those involved in MH17 crash by video link The case will be heard by the District Court of The Hague.
11:40, 22 March 2018
Helping Russia set up presidential elections in Crimea could end up in severe prison sentence, Ukraine warns Previously, Ukrainian-Crimean prosecutors called Ukraine’s citizens to ignore Russian elections held on the peninsula and not to vote.
10:00, 05 March 2018
UK welcomes use of Dutch national prosecution for MH17 suspects <p>The United Kingdom welcomes the announcement that MH17 suspects will be prosecuted in the Netherlands, according to the British government's website.</p>
13:46, 06 July 2017
Police prosecute man who joined fighting in Ukraine — media <p>Czech police have for the first time launched the prosecution of a Czech man who fought in eastern Ukraine on the side of the pro-Russian separatists, weekly Respekt writes in its issue to be out on Monday, adding that the man has been accused of preparing a terrorist attack, according to the Prague Daily Monitor.</p>
12:53, 12 June 2017