"The only thing I am interested in is how it was possible to eavesdrop, to tape the office of the president of Ukraine," Zelensky said.
A female police lieutenant colonel has fallen from a window on the fifth floor of a Moscow hospital treating coronavirus patients, Russian media reported.
“Most of you are weak,” Trump said. “You have to arrest people.”
Mayor Bill de Blasio, a Democrat, had previously rejected imposing a curfew, as many other cities across the U.S. have done to try to curb violence that erupted amid demonstrations over Floyd's May 25 death, police brutality and racial injustice.
Far-right and far-left groups have been linked to unrest but the evidence is sketchy
The Servant of the People faction has approved the candidacy of its member Oleksandr Tkachenko for the position of Culture Minister of Ukraine.
Officials and media say US criticism of Hong Kong policing illustrates double standards
The president is convinced that the fundamental right of every child, which must be secured and protected, is that "to a happy childhood."
Khuzestan has become Iran’s first province to officially ban women's boxing.
Speaking during a live video call with top officials, Putin said the pace of Russia's coronavirus outbreak has slowed down, allowing the nation to safely hold the vote.
Country has lowest death toll in Central America, but signs are that virus is raging
In addition, the Russian occupying forces lost seven pieces of military equipment and weapons.
Facebook employees critical of CEO Mark Zuckerberg's decision not to remove an inflammatory comment from U.S. President Donald Trump took their dissent public over the weekend on Twitter, praising the...
Belavia (Belarus), LOT (Poland) and WizzAir (Hungary) will launch international flights to ten countries from Kyiv International Airport from June 16, 2020.
Police on Monday arrested a man who threatened to blow up the Metro Bridge in Kyiv.
Facebook Inc and Snap Inc became the latest US companies condemning racial inequality in the United States as violent protests flared up across major cities over the death of George Floyd, an unarmed...
A judge in Bishkek has barred former Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambaev from being present at his high-profile trial after the ex-leader of the Central Asian nation refused to sit together with other defendants in the courtroom’s caged area.
In April, Congo was days from declaring end of second-largest Ebola epidemic on record
In April Congo was days from declaring end of second-largest Ebola epidemic on record
Ukrainians may attend sports facilities and travel by train from June 1.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has set July 1 as the date for Russians to vote on constitutional changes that make it possible for him to remain in power until 2036.
The balance in the single account as of June 1, 2020, was 10% up from the figure posted on June 1, 2019.
Local elections in Kyiv are expected to be held in late October 2020.
He says the main task is to make the world safe for children.
Today, June 1, Russian-occupation forces used an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to drop a VOG-17 grenade at the Joint Forces positions near Hnutove. A Ukrainian soldier has been wounded.