People stand near toys, flowers, balloons, and other items as they gather to commemorate the victims of a shopping mall fire on the day of national mourning in Kemerovo on March 28.



“It’s a conflict that’s ongoing so it’s no longer news that people are dying in Ukraine because of this invasion,” said Dianna Derhak, a Ukrainian community leader. “That’s very sad so we as a community have stepped up to kind of keep supporting the people who have been injured.”

The organisers announced a contest for young architects, in which each winner will receive between €1000 and €1500 to create and set up a light installation for the festival.


[Justice Minister Pavlo] Petrenko (pictured) dubbed the register a “Wall of Shame” and said the measure would shame men into paying child support while helping women weed out unsuitable partners.


Persons who would like an opportunity to help with the challenge of orphaned, abandoned and impoverished children in Ukraine are invited to consider the information below posted by Love Volunteers


The gym is part of a $6.5* million grant under Canada’s Peace and Stabilization Operations Program (PSOP)


A Service of Remembrance will be held at the Bykova Cemetery crematorium today at 12:00 Noon. All friends are invited to attend."

In need of some great Christmas present suggestions that won’t break the bank – and can be enjoyed by the whole family? The Smithsonian has some suggestions.


New opportunities for citizens of the EU Eastern Neighbourhood countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.


If you’re a regular follower of UBO, you know what to expect, i.e. a very wide range of articles that relate directly or at least potentially to Ukraine. Now we’ve decided to add something we’ll call Fun Features, articles that are not necessarily related to Ukraine but perhaps you might find fun to read. We introduce this feature with the following from Atlas Obscura.


Photo: A man wearing Oxford bags, c. 1930. PA IMAGES/ GETTY IMAGES



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