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Occupation authorities claim the woman, 66, had been gathering Russian navy secrets for Ukraine's military intelligence.
10:40, 30 March 2021
Sternenko's supporters have blocked the court's premises, protesting the guilty verdict.
12:45, 23 February 2021
The judge ruled that Navalny was in violation of the terms of his parole.
20:40, 02 February 2021
The President's Office says a civil lawsuit against Ukraine in the Italian national court is a violation of international law.
10:53, 22 November 2019
In February 2019, the man was wounded and subsequently detained by the Ukrainian military.
11:05, 17 October 2019
He is complicit in the killing of 30 and injuring another 117 civilians in Mariupol in a shelling in January 2015.
15:40, 22 June 2019
The court took into account the sincere repentance of the accused and their positive characteristics.
18:55, 06 June 2019
Zaitseva and Dronov were remanded in custody during the investigation.
16:41, 26 February 2019
Ukrainian prosecutors request that the court sentence Yanukovych to a 15-year prison term.
13:20, 23 January 2019
The convict has entered into a deal with the investigation and will spend 4.5 years in prison.
18:40, 01 September 2018
Sushchenko was sentenced to 12-year imprisonment in a strict regime colony in Russia.
16:59, 05 June 2018
Moscow's city court on June 4 sentenced Sushchenko to 12-year imprisonment in a high-security colony.
12:23, 05 June 2018
First instance court has earlier sentenced to 9 years in prison on charges of assisting a terrorist organization.
11:00, 22 February 2018
The court also ordered the Mr Zakhtey to pay a RUB 220,000 fine.
12:40, 16 February 2018
<p>Shevchenkivskyi District Court of Kyiv on Friday has handed down a verdict in the case of a deadly assault on a journalist of the Ukrainian newspaper Vesti, Vyacheslav Veremiy, during the EuroMaidan uprising.</p>
19:10, 22 December 2017
<p>The top court in Ukraine's Russia-controlled Crimea region has upheld a separatism conviction against journalist Mykola Semena in a case that has been criticized by media freedom advocates and Western governments, according to Radio Liberty.</p>
15:43, 18 December 2017
<p>OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Harlem Desir condemns the conviction of Ukrainian journalist with Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) Mykola Semena and imposition of a ban on his "public activities."</p>
22:57, 22 September 2017
<p>The Mostysky District Court in Lviv region has found leader of the New Forces Movement, ex-governor of Odesa region and ex-president of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili guilty of the illegal crossing of the Ukrainian-Polish state border, according to the TV news service TSN.</p>
22:23, 22 September 2017
<p>The judges of the Illichivsk City Court in Odesa region are to announce the verdict for the accused in the case of the mass riots in Odesa on May 2, 2014, today, September 18, 2017, according to Espreso TV, referring to the court’s press service.</p>
11:55, 18 September 2017
<p>The Ukrainian authorities have commented on the Russia-controlled de-facto "supreme court" in the annexed Crimea handing down Sept. 11 a guilty verdict against Deputy Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar People Akhtem Chiygoz.</p>
15:00, 11 September 2017