Parliament votes to reboot Investigation Bureau amid corruption scandal
Lawmakers voted to relaunch the bureau, which investigates crimes by high-level officials, and fire its chief after leaked audio recordings implicated the bureau’s leadership in corruption.
EXCLUSIVE: Top general says Ukraine will never surrender Donbas
Lieutenant General Volodymyr Kravchenko, the top commander of Ukraine’s military-police contingent deployed on the front, spoke with the Kyiv Post in an exclusive interview on Dec. 1.
Zelensky launches loan program urging Ukrainians to return home
The new state program ‘Return and stay’ will provide low interest loans for Ukrainians living abroad who wish to return to the country and open their own businesses.
Lawmakers release demands for upcoming Normandy Format negotiations
The leaders of three opposition parties have signed a joint statement calling on President Volodymyr Zelensky not to make concessions they deem unacceptable during his upcoming meeting with his Russian counterpart in Paris.
German pharmaceutical giant enters Ukraine with BioPharma purchase
The German drug manufacturer Stada Group has acquired the prescription and consumer health business of one of Ukraine’s largest pharmaceutical companies, Biopharma.
Museum spotlights Ukraine’s national tragedies in New York exhibition
The Ukrainian Museum in New York is staging three exhibitions drawn together by tragic depictions of crimes perpetrated by totalitarian regimes in Ukraine, from the Holodomor to Russia’s ongoing war in the east.
VIDEO: Mr. Jones hits Ukrainian cinemas
The new film about Stalin’s man-made genocide in 1932 and 1933 tells the story of Welsh journalist Gareth Jones, who traveled to Soviet Ukraine and first reported on the famine.
Canadian students rally for firing of Holodomor-denying professor
Dougal MacDonald, an assistant lecturer in elementary education at the University of Alberta, caused a public outcry when he referred to the genocide as a “pro-Nazi myth.”
The Atlantic: The betrayal of Volodymyr Zelensky
Washington Post: 2 key Trump-Ukraine events we should be paying more attention to
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