Thursday, 24 May
Parliament defers anticorruption court bill until June
Six Ukrainian sailors released from Nigerian captivity
New railway tunnel opened in Carpathians
Wednesday, 23 May
Ukrainian journalist sentenced to eight years in Belarus
SBU wary of large-scale cyber attack from Russia ahead of CL final
Cabinet may initiate finance minister's dismissal
Ukraine accuses Donetsk separatists of ecocide
African swine fever outbreak registered in Kyiv Region
French helicopters to cost Ukraine 475m euros
Roma camp in Ternopil Region attacked
Tuesday, 22 May
Education Ministry asks schools to beef up security
Poroshenko shows Javelin tests in Ukraine
Over 30 Ukrainian football clubs implicated in match fixing
Grenade explodes in public bus in Debaltseve
Nadiya Savchenko to stay in custody
Kharkiv school evacuated because of sprayed gas
Researchers take stock of Przewalski's horses in Chornobyl zone
Gazprom banners removed from UEFA fan zones in Kyiv
Two Ukrainian servicemen killed, nine wounded in east
Monday, 21 May
Civilian killed during shelling of Maryinka
Around 400 Mykolayiv school students evacuated because of sprayed aerosol
Two servicemen killed, four wounded near Chyhiri in Donbas
Sentsov to continue hunger strike until prisoners are released or he dies – lawyer
FSB claims SBU "set up extremist group" in Crimea
Nine wounded by grenade blast in Ivano-Frankivsk Region
Sunday, 20 May
Kyiv police practise ahead of Champions League finals
Ukraine demands Russia release over 60 political prisoners
Ukraine to leave CIS treaties contradicting its interests – Poroshenko
March in support of separatist-held prisoners held in Kyiv
Russia brings Grad missiles to Donbas by railway – intelligence
Ukrainian autocephaly as moral challenge
The Metropolitan of Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskyy and Vyshneve publicly supports the idea of autocephaly for the Ukrainian Church and gives his reasons.
Lukashenka is beefing up information defence. Who is the enemy?
Lukashenka has been seriously concerned about Belarus's information security lately. However, the way the political system is built precludes any effective counteraction.
Kinzhal, Sarmat and combat lasers. What weapon is Putin scaring the world with?
Sophisticated weapons Putin recently boasted in his speech raise many doubts. Neither there is independent information to verify their existence at all.
Poisoned Europe: lesson not learnt
London's decision to expel Russian diplomats in response to the Salisbury poisoning will not do much damage to the Kremlin's deep-rooted spy network.
Hungary's unease with military unit in Berehove: what's behind?
In addition to blocking Kyiv's Euro-Atlantic course, Budapest appears to be interfering in Ukraine's internal affairs.
Five facts about new NBU head
How he is different from his predecessor, how he made his fortune and what he will focus on.
India, a battlefield for the defence industries of Ukraine and Russia
Ukraine is gradually claiming its stake in the Indian arms market amid Russia's failure to deliver on some of its old contracts with Delhi.
Russia seeking to regain control over Bulgaria's defence industry
Moscow wants Soviet military hardware licenses issued to Sofia to be reviewed to make Bulgaria dependent on Russia. It may also use Bulgaria as a Trojan horse against the EU.