· April, 2012

Stories about Ukraine from April, 2012

Ukraine: Netizens Discuss Dnipropetrovsk Bombings

  29 April 2012

There has been a great deal of speculation about the four bombings that rocked the city of Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine, on Friday. The timing of the blasts is key to most of the popular theories emerging online, as Ukraine is undergoing a very eventful period right now.

Czech Republic, Ukraine: Migrant Domestic Workers’ Rights

  12 April 2012

GV Author Tetyana Bohdanova, who blogs at Good Girl Gone Ukrainian, writes about a video created as part of the campaign [cs] for the rights and better treatment of Ukrainian migrant workers in the Czech Republic. The video [cs] shows a Czech teenager yelling at the Ukrainian cleaning lady who...

Russia, Ukraine: “Obligatory Media Post-Mortems”

RuNet Echo  3 April 2012

Natalia Antonova's texts in the Moscow News, on the “disappearance” and death of 9-month-old Anya Shkaptsova and on other recent deaths of children in Bryansk, Russia, and a text in the Guardian's Comment is Free on the rape and murder of Oksana Makar in Mykolayiv, Ukraine. And a note on...

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