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Freedom of Press-Ukraine Ukrainian government targets media outlet for broadcasting communist leader’s message

The GolosUA media platform has been summoned by the Ukrainian Ministry of Justice for broadcasting the Victory Day message of Communist Party of Ukraine (KPU) secretary Petro Symonenko

Russia-Ukraine talks Russia-Ukraine agreement could mark the beginning of an end to conflict

Chances for an end to the conflict in Eastern Europe have brightened following the first formal talks in the last three years between both countries’ leadership. The talks were held in Paris under a joint French and German initiative

Ukraine newspaper Ban on Ukrainian newspaper is the latest attack on communism in eastern Europe

An appeals court in Ukraine upheld the ban on the Rabochaya Gazeta. The communist purge initiated by former Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko has continued in the country under Volodymyr Zelensky

Ukraine land bill Protests grow in Ukraine against government’s decision to lift moratorium on land sales

The Ukrainian parliament approved bill No. 2178-10 on November 13, which opens up the agricultural land market in the country

Progressive groups in Ukraine condemn PM's participation in neo-Nazi rally Progressive groups in Ukraine condemn PM’s participation in neo-Nazi rally

Prime minister Oleksiy Honcharuk attended an event organized by a member of the C-14 group which was headlined by the neo-Nazi band Sokyra Peruna

Kiev Pride PC The Village Thousands take part in Ukraine’s largest pride march in Kiev

The state offered tight security for the pride march in order to avert any conflicts with the counter-march, called by ultra-right wing groups.

Will Ukraine’s new president be able to carve out a new path?

Volodymyr Zelensky, who has no political experience, has been elected president of Ukraine by a huge margin. His lack of legacy is seen as a positive aspect when it comes to improving relations with Russia, which nosedived under his predecessor

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