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Ukraine’s E-waste Pile-up: EU Requires Change
KYIV—Electronic waste has become a major ecological problem in the world in recent years. While developed countries have ...
June 7, 2013
Ukraine World’s Top Intellectual Pirate
KYIV, Ukraine—A U.S. Trade Representative report recently named Ukraine the top country for copyright pirating—a place where films, ...
May 23, 2013
200 Tons of Mercury in Abandoned Kyiv Factory
KYIV, Ukraine—Surrounded by residential buildings and trade centers, an abandoned factory in Ukraine’s capital city contains 200 tons ...
May 14, 2013
Fertile Land, No Market Access
KYIV, Ukraine—Though considered one of the world’s main breadbaskets, Ukraine imports much of its food. Many local farmers ...
May 10, 2013
Ukrainians Want to Travel Europe Without Visas
Ukrainians often find it difficult to get visas for travel in Europe Union (EU) countries. Visa requirements could ...
April 30, 2013
Young Ukrainians Can’t Afford to Move Out
In Ukraine, high real estate prices, comparatively low wages, and hard-to-obtain loans are keeping some young couples under ...
April 17, 2013
Biggest Polluters in Ukraine Need to Modernize
The ecological situation in Ukraine is one of the worst in the world—it holds the 102nd place among ...
April 2, 2013
Ukraine’s Battle with Smoking not Always Effective
Ukraine, once ranked 4th in the world for highest number of smokers, is changing tactics to push smokers ...
April 2, 2013
Human Rights Progress in Ukraine: ‘Spoonful of Honey in a Barrel of Tar’
As the Ukrainian government talks about meeting EU human rights standards, rights groups say its efforts are like ...
March 7, 2013
Ukraine’s Pro-Soviet Street Names Show Communist Influence
Pro-communist street names and monuments are still common throughout Ukraine, indicating that communist ideology continues to influence the ...
February 10, 2013
High Loan Rates Stifle Ukrainian Businesses
In Ukraine small and medium businesses find it’s not easy to develop due to high interest rates and ...
January 26, 2013
Ukrainian Opposition Leader Tymoshenko Celebrates Birthday in Custody
Ukraine’s opposition leader Julia Tymoshenko, celebrated her 52nd birthday, as a prisoner, at the Central Clinic Hospital No.5 ...
November 27, 2012
EU-Banned Phosphates Flood Ukrainian Market
As the EU phases in a ban on detergents containing phosphates, in countries like Ukraine on the outskirts ...
November 20, 2012
Nearly One-Third of Ukrainians Get Paid in Cash
So-called “envelope salaries” paid to Ukrainian workers amount to about $21.26 billion annually. If legalized, Ukraine would see ...
October 18, 2012
‘We’re Buried in Batteries,’ Say Ukraine Activists
In places like Ukraine where there is no collection system for used batteries, almost all Ukrainians throw them ...
September 10, 2012
Kyiv Suffers From Trash Can Crisis
Where public trash cans once stood in Ukraine’s capital, garbage now piles up.
August 14, 2012
Historic Kyiv Threatened at Its Foundation
In recent years, historic sites in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv have been under growing threat of collapse ...
August 3, 2012
Federal Judge Rules Trump Not Free to Shift Funds to Border Wall
Tens of Thousands of Wildfire Victims Risk Losing Compensation
3 Federal Judges Block Rule Requiring Self-Sufficiency by Immigrants
Chinese Media Limits Coverage, Omits Key Details of Announced US–China Trade Deal
Mexico Military Police Halt 2,000-Strong Migrant Caravan on Its Way to US
Hongkongers Protest Across City as Police Continue Arrests
US–China Trade Deal Boosts Optimism for Farmers, Banks, and Markets
Think Tank Study Shows Democrats Fixing College Loan Crisis That Doesn’t Exist
Mnuchin and Esper Defend Trump’s Handling of Turkey–Syria Crisis
Schiff on Whistleblower Contact: ‘I Should Have Been Much More Clear’