New incredible version of Titanic`s tragedy: iceberg was not the cause of ship`s sinking
The sinking of the RMS Titanic may have been caused by an enormous fire on board, not by hitting an iceberg in the North Atlantic, experts have claimed, as new evidence has been published to support the theory, according to The Independent, reports Unian.
Petro Poroshenko: Main weapon of Ukrainian historian is facts. And facts and truth are on Ukrainian side
President Petro Poroshenko met with history students in Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv and outlined his vision of the role of history and historians in the life of modern Ukraine.
Rada passed a statement in connection with politicizing tragic pages of Ukrainian-Polish history of WWII
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine urges Poland to stop politicizing tragic pages of Ukrainian-Polish history of WWII
Putin: 'If someone is willing to reconsider the results of World War II, let us discuss this'
Putin says calls for reconsidering the results of World War II should relate not only to Kaliningrad, but also the eastern lands of Germany, the city of Lviv, a former part of Poland.
Pope Francis, was on Friday visiting the Auschwitz former Nazi-German death camp
The head of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis, was on Friday visiting the Auschwitz former Nazi-German death camp during his pilgrimage to Poland for World Youth Day, according to Radio Poland.
The Day of Christianization of Kievan Rus celebration in Ukraine
11 facts you should know about Christianization of Kievan Rus
Poroshenko: 'I hope that Ukraine and Poland would continue to move along this path'
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko regrets the decision of the Polish Sejm on the recognition of the events in Volyn region in 1943-1945 'genocide' and calls for a return to the reconciliation and unity.
Sejm of Poland labels the Volyn tragedy 'genocide'
The Polish Sejm passed a resolution on Friday, July 22, to commemorate July 11 as a National Day of Remembrance for the Poles and remember the victims of the genocide committed by the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA), according to Radio Poland.
Two commissions of the Polish Seim adopted in the first reading a resolution recognizing the Volhynia massacre as genocide
Polish Sejm,the lower House of the Polish parliament, takes first step to recognize the mass killings of Poles in Volhynia as genocide.
Archeologists dig up an architectural structure of antique times in Mykolaiv
The construction dates back to 4 – 5 centuries B.C.
UPA’s actions in Volyn were provoked with Red Army’s offensive - Polish Defense Ministry
The Kremlin's actions spurred the events, which led to the genocide, the head of the department Antoni Macierewicz says.
Polish Senate has adopted a resolution on recognizing the mass ethnic cleansing of Poles in western Ukraine during the World War II
The Upper Chamber (Senate) of the Polish Parliament has adopted a resolution on recognizing the mass ethnic cleansing of Poles in western Ukraine during the World War II, known as the Volyn massacre, as genocide, Ukraine Today reports.
Kyiv city council renames Moskovsky Avenue into Bandera Avenue
87 deputies have voted for this.
Ex-Presidents and politicians of Poland in their letter of response asked the Ukrainians for forgiveness for tragic events of 1943 – 1944 in Western Ukraine
Polish ex-Presidents and elite wrote a letter of response to the Ukrainians
'Who controls the past controls the future; who controls the present controls the past' - George Orwell
A a 37-year-old man from the Siberian city of Perm, was prosecuted, convicted, and fined 200,000 rubles for reposting an article on social media.
Peter McGovern: 'I am delighted to wish you happy Canada Day, on our great country’s 149th birthday'
Today, Canadians believe in a tolerant peaceful pluralism; in protecting human rights; in gender equality; in internationalism; in a democratic society that supports middle class values; and in helping those in need around the world.
Today ‪Ukraine‬ celebrates ‪Constitution Day‬
One of Europe’s first constitutional documents was signed in Ukraine in 1710.
MFA of Ukraine: Petro Poroshenko took part in the ceremony of laying flowers to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
On the Day of Mourning and Remembrance of the Victims of War in Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko laid flowers to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Ukrainians mark the Day of Mourning and Honor of Victims in the Second World War
June 22, 1941, marks the beginning of the Soviet-Nazi war; Ukraine lost about 10 million people in the conflict.
Watch: World’s cities are born one-by-one, beginning with the very first city in 3700 BC
This map visualizes the history of urban settlements over 6000 years. The History of Urbanization, 3700 BC - 2000 AD.
Watch: Momondo encouraged 67 people to find out more about their origins
Danish travel search site Momondo conducts a mass DNA experiment in this revealing mini documentary, which sets out to prove that our views about foreigners could be fundamentally changed if we knew more about our own genetic origins.
New wave of 'Lenin-fall' reaches Moscow, Russia
On June 7, some unknown persons knocked Lenin’s monument down and recaptured Ilyich’s head in Russia’s capital. The monument was located in Klimashkin’s street in Moscow. They pulled the sculpture from the pedestal and then knocked its head off.
Video: 100 years of Kyiv’s evolution
Ukrainians were offered to compare the modern streets of Kiev with the ones which had faced different historical events.
Garry Kasparov: 'Gorbachev could have helped those of us in the Russian opposition raise the alarm'
According to The Time, former Soviet statesman Mikhail Gorbachev stated that Putin Is an obstacle to progress in Russia. Russian people are not blind and their patience is not limitless.
Boxing legend Muhammad Ali has died at the age of 74
The former world heavyweight boxing champion, one of the world's best-known sportsmen, died at a hospital in the U.S. city of Phoenix, Arizona, after being admitted on Thursday, BBC News reports.
The year 2016 is marked in ‪‎Ukraine‬’s calendar as 160th birth anniversary and 100th death anniversary of Ivan ‪Franko‬
Ivan ‪‎Franko‬ is the great Ukrainian poet, writer, philosopher, political activist, social and literary critic, journalist, interpreter, economist,doctor of philosophy, ethnographer, the author of the first detective novels and modern poetry in the Ukrainian language and the Nobel Prize nominee (August 27, 1856 – May 28, 1916). Franko’s legacy goes far beyond his more than 1000 literary works.
World’s first edition of 'Kobzar' in Chinese was presented in Kyiv, Ukraine
Besides the translated poems, the edition consists of Chinese-style illustrations.
'Dynamo' is to hold a demonstrative game on occasion of 30th anniversary of victory in UEFA Cup Winners' Cup
On May, 29, a stadium named after Valeriy Lobanovskiy will host a match between the veterans of Dynamo and fans of the team.
Watch: 'This is TRULY love exists!'
Sixty-five years have passed but they are still together. In Ukraine, there is a couple that managed to make everyone believe: Love really exists.
Watch: Famous cartoon about Cossacks is to restart this summer
New episodes of the cartoon 'The Cossacks' will appear on Ukrainian screens this summer.
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