Refugees from Ukraine arrive at the central station, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Berlin, Germany, March 14, 2022.Photo: Hannibal Hanschke/Reuters

Borderlines

Soup and cookies, by Jun Pang and Nadia Hasan.

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NI 537 - How we stop big oil - May, 2022
A woman and child at a railway station in Uzghorrod in western Ukraine, near the Slovak border. Slovakians, along with the people of other neighbouring countries, have worked with Ukrainian activists to organize humanitarian convoys.Photo: Isabelle Merminod

Kyiv despatch

Report from Ukraine by Bennett Murray.

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NI 537 - How we stop big oil - May, 2022
(clockwise from top left): A billboard in the town of Mikolaiv has a clear message for Russia’s President Putin – ‘Out of Ukraine!’; Lidia Radenko Timifeevna stands in front of the ruins of her house in the village of Nikishyne – one of the first areas of the oblast of Donetsk to be bombed when fighting broke out between pro-Russian and Ukrainian forces in 2015; a traditional singer welcoming Spring at the Slavic pagan holiday of Malenitsa; the Osokorsky metro station in the capital, Kyiv.Photos: Iva Zimova/Panos

Country profile: Ukraine

The photos, facts and politics of Ukraine

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NI 525 - The fight for clean air - May, 2020
Illustrations: Emma Peer

Introducing... Volody Myrzelensky

A comedian who played the President of Ukraine in a popular TV series is now the actual President of Ukraine.

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NI 520 - The right to the city - July, 2019

Mixed Media: Books

This month, we review The White Book, by Han Kang; Red Famine, by Anne Applebaum; The Rage, by Julia Ebner and The City Always Wins by Omar Robert Hamilton.

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NI 507 - Humans vs robots - November, 2017
Psychologist Valentina Eremicheva leads a group therapy lesson at the Centre for Social and Psychological Rehabilitation in Dzerzhynsk, near the frontline in eastern Ukraine.Photo: Alex Masi

Breaking the trauma taboo

Michiel Driebergen and Alex Masi meet volunteers providing much-needed psychological support in war-torn Ukraine.

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NI 502 - West Papua - Freedom in sight? - May, 2017
Wolves and boars galore

Wolves and boars galore

Wild animals are benefiting from the absence of humans in the Chernobyl exclusion zone, writes Hazel Healy.

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NI 488 - 10 economic myths - December, 2015
Russia's unseen casualties

Russia's unseen casualties

Those living with HIV in the Ukraine face an uncertain future following cuts to support services, reports Gabriella Jozwiak.

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NI 478 - NGOs - Do they help? - December, 2014
‘No to fascism!’ Provocative and emotive posters and images have become commonplace in Ukraine’s propaganda assault.Photo: Alexander Ermochenko/AP/Press Association Images

When propaganda rules

Powerful, persuasive words and images in Ukraine’s information war have led to casualties of truth on all sides. Lily Hyde observes how, as Crimea and East Ukraine break away, a war of words turns lethal.

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NI 474 - Feminism fights back - July, 2014
Orange squash: foul play in Ukraine

Orange squash: foul play in Ukraine

Tina Burrett fears the 28 October elections will be neither free or fair.

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NI 456 - Youth rising - October, 2012

Articles in this category displayed as a table:

Article title From magazine Publication date
How we stop big oil May, 2022
How we stop big oil May, 2022
The fight for clean air May, 2020
The right to the city July, 2019
Making peace in a world at war September, 2018
Black Lives Matter March, 2018
Humans vs robots November, 2017
West Papua - Freedom in sight? May, 2017
10 economic myths December, 2015
NGOs - Do they help? December, 2014
Feminism fights back July, 2014
Organ trafficking May, 2014
Youth rising October, 2012
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