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  • Ukraine Investigates ex Prosecutor General Again

    Ukraine’s National Anticorruption Bureau (NABU) opened another criminal investigation against the country’s former Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko for abuse of power,media reported Wednesday.

  • New Attack Against Ukraine’s Ex-Governor

    The harassment of the former governor of Ukraine’s National Bank who revealed the biggest corruption scandal in the country has not stopped even after she was forced to leave her country and find refuge in London.

  • Ukrainian Activist Kateryna Gandziuk Dies After Acid Attack

    Ukrainian anti-corruption activist Kateryna Gandziuk died on Sunday in a Kyiv hospital, three months after being attacked with acid, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty reported. The cause of death was supposedly a blood clot, according to local media.

  • Millions from Ukraine’s corrupt schemes found in 41 countries

    Ukraine’s National Anti-Corruption Bureau said that millions of dollars in proceeds from domestic corruption have been found in 41 countries, the Kyiv Post reported Tuesday.

  • Ukraine: Car Bomb Kills Journalist Pavel Sheremet

    Belarusian journalist Pavel Sheremet - whose reporting had challenged authority from Minsk to Moscow and Kyiv - was killed in an apparent car bomb in the Ukrainian capital on Wednesday.

  • Ukraine: A mysterious house builder

    It is a mystery who is behind Housebuilding Company No. 7, which is constructing a 13-building housing complex for the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU).

    The housing project is going up on donated government land and, while the law states the 3,269 units are supposed to go to war veterans, it appears that only 327 apartments will actually do so while the rest will be sold to the public at market prices.

  • Ukraine: No Soldiers for Soldier's Land

    A man covering his face is seen at the construction site of a residential high-rise development in Kyiv’s Holosiivsky district on Jan. 27. Local residents have staged protests believing the project threatens the nearby park and urban infrastructure. (Photo by: Volodymyr Petrov)A man covering his face is seen at the construction site of a residential high-rise development in Kyiv’s Holosiivsky district on Jan. 27. Local residents have staged protests believing the project threatens the nearby park and urban infrastructure. (Photo by: Volodymyr Petrov)The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU), Ukraine’s intelligence and investigative agency, promised to provide apartments to families of Donbas war veterans in a 13-building residential estate under construction in the southern district of Kyiv, bordering a 4,525-hectare (11,200 acre) national park.  The prime land was given to the SBU for its use but was zoned for military purposes only.

  • Ukraine: MP Reveals Documents Detailing Bribery Case Against Yatsenyuk Ally

    Ukrainian lawmaker Serhiy Leshchenko has revealed Swiss prosecution documents containing details of the case against Mykola Martynenko, deputy head of Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk’s People’s Front party.

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