Ukraine is a state in eastern Europe. Its capital and largest city is Kiev. Ukraine has been having some domestic disputes, as well as a conflict with Russia. The current political and economic situation in Ukraine is unstable.
Police in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, were forced to intervene with tear gas and truncheons after right-wing political activists attacked the participants at an LGBT+ pride march outside the walls of the president's office.
In a rebuke to an essay written by Russian President Vladimir Putin, his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky has revealed his view that “distant relatives,” like Moscow, should not try to claim the history of the Kievan Rus.
Russian-state owned energy firm Gazprom has reportedly decided not to purchase the rights to move additional gas supplies through Ukraine, on top of its normal exports, for August, as a debate rages over Kiev's transit revenues.
Fans of a Spanish football club have reportedly halted the signing of ex-Ukraine striker Roman Zozulya, protesting that his "fascist ideology" is "incompatible with the values of tolerance and respect promoted by sport."
Russia’s largest e-commerce and delivery giant has now been barred from operating in Ukraine, after officials said earlier this year that the firm could face restrictions over the sale of books featuring “anti-Ukrainian content.”
20-year-old judo sensation Daria Bilodid burst into tears in her national colors after scooping bronze at the Tokyo Olympics, admitting that she had been "depressed, broken and not in the mood" before remembering her mom's words.