Mansur Mirovalev

Mansur Mirovalev

Europe

Ukraine President Zelenskyy rejects PM's resignation

Oleksiy Honcharuk had offered to quit after he was allegedly heard criticising leader's 'primitive' views on economy.

Ukraine President Zelenskyy rejects PM's resignation

Ukraine

How pro-Western is Ukraine's response to plane crash in Iran?

President Zelenskyy's reaction to the tragedy wins both praise and criticism as he navigates several political crises.

How pro-Western is Ukraine's response to plane crash in Iran?

Ukraine

Zelenskyy: Claims Iran missile downed Ukraine plane 'unconfirmed'

As Western countries claim jet was downed, killing all 176 on board, Volodymyr Zelenskyy demands evidence is shared.

Zelenskyy: Claims Iran missile downed Ukraine plane 'unconfirmed'

Ukraine

Ukraine jet that crashed may have been shot down: officials

Ukraine, US officials offer theories behind crash near Tehran, as Trump says he has 'terrible feeling' about disaster.

Ukraine jet that crashed may have been shot down: officials

Russia

20 years of Putin: From political unknown to dominant force

New Year's Eve marks two decades since Vladimir Putin's ascent to power.

20 years of Putin: From political unknown to dominant force

Ukraine

What does Trump's impeachment mean for Ukraine?

Ukraine fought to pivot westwards, but Trump's impeachment is 'toxic advertising' for the nation, say analysts.

What does Trump's impeachment mean for Ukraine?

Human Rights

How the Kremlin bleeds critics dry

Huge fines aim to bankrupt those who oppose President Vladimir Putin and Russia's crackdown on human rights.

How the Kremlin bleeds critics dry

Fossil Fuels

Russia, Ukraine escalate 'gas war' as Europe draws 'map of fear'

Concerns are mounting that Moscow may turn off the gas taps in the depths of winter.

Russia, Ukraine escalate 'gas war' as Europe draws 'map of fear'

Ukraine

Peacemaker: The Ukrainian website shaming pro-Russia voices

Being blacklisted on Peacemaker can have serious consequences, including the risk of being killed.

Peacemaker: The Ukrainian website shaming pro-Russia voices

Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan closes infamous prison, but experts question motive

Jaslyk, where death and torture were common, is closing as Uzbekistan seeks to improve its image on the global stage.

Uzbekistan closes infamous prison, but experts question motive

Ukraine

Will a comedian become Ukraine's mightiest leader?

Volodymyr Zelenskyy's Servant of the People party wins 227 seats in the 450-seat parliament, securing a thin majority.

Will a comedian become Ukraine's mightiest leader?

Elections

Comic-turned-president's party seeks Ukraine parliament majority

Exit polls suggest President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's party winning Ukraine's key snap parliamentary polls.

Comic-turned-president's party seeks Ukraine parliament majority