Monthly Archives: January 2014
14:50 – Ukraine’s president Yanukovych accepts PM Azarov’s resignation
11:51 – Ukrainian parliament goes on break until 4PM Kyiv time, the next vote will be about amnesty law
11:39 – Ukrainian parliament cancels anti-protest laws. The crowd on the Independent square cheers in response.
09:23 – BREAKING NEWS: Ukrainian Prime Minister Azarov resigns
01:27 – Opposition warns of attempts at storming the barricades.
01:16 – Police don’t want to leave Ukrainian House because opposite want to they show their face and dump masks. Two ambulances arrive near entire to building.
00:17 – Corridor is ready for special troops which would leave Ukrainian House.
00:04 – Leader of Euromaidan defence force, Andriy Parubiy has gone to Ukrainian House storming.
23:29 – Situation in Ukraine
21:48 – One person wounded by Berkut rubber shots (confirmed).
21:44 – It will be another hard night on Euromaidan
15:19 – 42 journalists injured on job informed by kyivpost.com
15:07 – Head of Volyn Oblast, Vladimir Voytovych resigned
14:01 – A member of the Lviv unit of the elite Berkut riot police force has resigned. (Unconfirmed)
13:04 – Solidarity with Ukraine in Lublin, a city in east Poland.
12:22 – Catherine Ashton will be in Kyiv next Thursday and Friday.
11:43 – Another use of violence by Berkut
11:20 – Volynnews.com informed that Lutsk governor, Borys Klymchuk is refused to resign by Euromaidan protestors.
10:57 – Alarming tweet from Olga Tokariuk
10:37 – Local media informed about the Emuromaidan are storming of Chernivtsi government building in western Ukraine.
09;50 – Another great photos from Euromaidan by Ilya Varlamov
09:21 – Resolution of stop bloodshed in Ukraine adopted by acclamation of the Polish Parliament. It is the possibility of sanctions.
09:09 – Krzysztof Bukowski (Open Dialog): “In my opinion Oppositions meet with President toady once again. People at the Euromaidan want to peace talks”
09:02 – In spite of tension situation at the Euromaidan, there are also place for jokes
08:08 – New barricades was building during the last night at the Euromaidan
08:03 – Katarzyna Pełczyńska-Nałęcz, Undersecretary of State at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Poland is going to Ukraine to talk with Oppositions and Government
07:50 – Welcome back, after a short night we are back live now.
00:36 – People in London, UK support Euromaidan
00:18 -” If you understood your decision about stop negotiation with President it would be too late. We will be in jail, all of us” said Oleh Tiahnybok to people at the Euromaidan
00:11 – Photo from Cherkasy, a city in Central Ukraine
• Second round of talks between Oppositions and president didn’t bring a solution
• Lviv government and other are under control of the opposition
• Kidnapped activist Yuriy Verbytsky found dead.