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Location of  Ukraine  (green)in Europe  (dark grey)  –  [Legend]
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Ukraine is the largest country inside Europe. It includes Crimea, which is a peninsula that was illegally annexed by Russia in 2014.

Ukraine borders Russia, Belarus, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Moldova, the Black Sea and the Sea of Azoy.
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Serbian Voters Approve Judiciary Constitution Changes Backed By West
Voters in Serbia have approved constitutional amendments for the judiciary in a referendum, according to preliminary results from the January 16 vote.

Mon, 17 Jan 2022 02:30:05 +0000


North Macedonian Lawmakers Elect Dimitar Kovacevski As New Prime Minister
North Macedonia’s parliament has elected Dimitar Kovacevski as prime minister of a Social Democrat-led government after two months of political crisis.

Mon, 17 Jan 2022 00:46:58 +0000


Ex-President Poroshenko Defiant Ahead Of Return To Ukraine To Face Treason Charges
Former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will return to Ukraine on January 17 to fight treason charges he says are a politically motivated attack by allies of current President Volodymyr Zelenskiy.

Mon, 17 Jan 2022 00:42:55 +0000


Senior U.S. Official Says Washington 'Ready Either Way' In Russia-Ukraine Crisis
The United States will in the coming days lay out its future steps in the standoff with Russia over the latter's troop buildup near the border with Ukraine, national-security adviser Jake Sullivan said on January 16, following a week of talks that failed to ease concerns of a possible conflict.

Sun, 16 Jan 2022 19:42:20 +0000


Ukrainian Ministry Accuses Russia Of Being Behind Cyberattack
Ukraine on January 16 accused Russia of being behind a cyberattack that disabled government websites, adding that Moscow has been waging an increasingly intense “hybrid war” against its neighbor.

Sun, 16 Jan 2022 17:51:34 +0000
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Russia withdraws portion of troops from border with Ukraine

Russia’s Southern Military District is returning 10,000 troops to their permanent bases after a month of “field training.” That’s according to the Echo of Moscow. The military are returning after exercises at the Astrakhan, Volgograd and Rostov regions, the Stavropol and Krasnodar regions, the North Caucasus, and Russia’s military bases in Armenia, occupied Crimea, Abkhazia […]

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Sat, 25 Dec 2021 19:00:57 +0000


Ukrainian Crafts: Petrykivka Painting

Originating in the village of Petrykivka in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, the Petrykivka style of painting is one of Ukraine's unique and treasured forms of ornamental folk art which is still practiced around the country today. Characterized by the colorful flowers and lush foliage found in the area, Petrykivka is used to decorate a wide variety of items, both practical and decorative. The founding of the village of Petrykivka dates back to the late-18th century and people living there decorated the exterior and interior of their homes, as well as the items in them, extensively with the form of painting that came to be known as Petrykivka or Petrikov. Walls, stoves, furniture, plates, kitchen utensils, musical instruments and other items would become skillfully crafted works of art.

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Wed, 03 Dec 2014 02:24:55 +0000


Ukrainian Rock Band Okean Elzy

Formed in the city of Lviv in 1994, the band Okean Elzy has gathered a following of fans throughout Ukraine and beyond its borders with music and lyrics that resonate with the band's audience. The five members of Okean Elzy are Slava Vakarchuk (vocals, songwriter), Denis Glinin (drums), Denis Dudko (bass guitar), Milos Jelic (keyboards, arrangements) and Vladimir Opsenica (guitar) and their studio albums include Tamde nas nema (1998), Yan a nebi buv (2000), Model (2001), Supersymetriya (2003), Gloria (2005), Mira (2007), Dolce Vita (2010), and Zemlya (2013).

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Mon, 03 Nov 2014 09:06:40 +0000


Historical Reminders of the Scythians in Ukraine

Thousands of burial mounds across the southern steppes of Ukraine remain as a reminder of the historical presence of the Scythians, a semi-nomadic equestrian tribe who occupied the area between the 7th century BC and the 4th century AD. Scholars are of the opinion that the Scythians, who were of Iranian descent and spoke an Iranian dialect, started moving into the region in the late 8th century BC after being ousted from Central Asia. The Scythians drove off the Cimmerians who had been occupying the steppes, some of whom settled on the Black Sea coastline, with others waging a successful campaign to occupy Sardis in Lydia, part of the territory then known as Asia Minor.

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Thu, 16 Oct 2014 01:04:08 +0000


Visiting Villages in the Heart of Ukraine

On the road between Kiev and Poltava, through an area affectionately referred to as the 'Heart of Ukraine', travelers will come across a number of villages overflowing with history and culture. Located alongside the Sula River near Lubny, the Ukrainian Baroque-style Mharsky Monastery is an interesting attraction dating back to 1619 in the village of Mhar. The monastery features five domes - one central larger dome surrounded by four smaller domes - as well as a free-standing neoclassical bell tower that was built more than a hundred years after the original building was completed. The monastery suffered some damage in the early to mid-1900s and was used for non-religious purposes for a time, but was restored to the monks at the end of the 20th century.

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Thu, 18 Sep 2014 01:46:30 +0000
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In the Trenches of Ukraine’s Forever War
Russian belligerence has drawn the world’s attention back to the eight-year-old secessionist rebellion in the Donbas region: a deadlocked, time-warped conflict with no end in sight.

Sun, 16 Jan 2022 16:18:09 +0000


Serbia's Vucic Denounces Australia’s Treatment of Novak Djokovic as ‘Orwellian’
In the tennis star’s homeland, even those who didn’t support his decision to remain unvaccinated against the coronavirus said that he had been mistreated.

Sun, 16 Jan 2022 14:49:06 +0000


Russia Issues Subtle Threats More Far-Reaching Than a Ukraine Invasion
If the West fails to meet its security demands, Moscow could take measures like placing nuclear missiles close to the U.S. coastline, Russian officials have hinted.

Sun, 16 Jan 2022 14:48:19 +0000


Prince Andrew's Downfall: What To Know
After a New York judge ruled that a civil suit against the prince could move forward, he was stripped of his military titles. What happens now?

Sun, 16 Jan 2022 13:37:07 +0000


What Davos Looks Like When the World Economic Forum Is Cancel
A tiny village in the Swiss Alps once played host to the biggest personalities in the world. What happens when they don’t show up?

Sun, 16 Jan 2022 08:00:13 +0000