Jamala sings "Alim," live with the National Opera of Ukraine.

This Crimean Tatar singer gives voice to her homeland with a new album


Jamala, an Indigenous Crimean Tatar, often talks about how her heritage shapes her music. Her new album, “Qirim,” or “Crimea,” is a sort of ode to her country, with 14 epic Crimean Tatar folk songs.

Workers repair the railway part of the Crimean Bridge connecting Russian mainland and Crimean peninsula over the Kerch Strait, in Kerch, Crimea, Saturday, Oct. 8, 2022. 

Crimean Tatars long to return to a liberated Crimea

Players from Tavriya Simferopol huddle together at a match earlier this year.

War disrupts Ukrainian soccer, but the game still goes on

Firefighters and police officers work on a site where an explosion created a crater on the street after a Russian attack in Dnipro, Ukraine

Russia blasts Kyiv, other Ukrainian cities in deadly strikes

Russian President Vladimir Putin stands on a stage surrounded by others

As Ukraine’s presidential election approaches, the Kremlin is all the more comfortable in Crimea

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is shown sitting at the end of a table chairing a meeting with heads of military and security forces in Kiev, Ukraine, Nov. 30, 2018.

Ukraine bars entry to Russian men of combat age citing invasion fears

Ukraine on Friday banned Russian men of combat age from entering the country, a move introduced under martial law after Russia fired on and captured three Ukrainian naval ships off Crimea last weekend.

Ukrainian politician Oleh Lyashko is shown with several people behind standing at a podium pointing his finger during a parliament session.

Ukraine introduces martial law citing threat of Russian invasion

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Ukraine on Monday imposed martial law for 30 days in parts of the country most vulnerable to an attack from Russia after President Petro Poroshenko warned of the “extremely serious” threat of a land invasion.

President Donald Trump and aid at the Oval Office in the White House.

Breitbart alumni shape the message at Trump’s White House


Sebastian Gorka’s refugee parents escaped from Communist Hungary. Now he’s a deputy assistant to President Donald Trump, making the case for the immigrant and refugee ban.

"The Sniffer," one of the most popular TV detective shows in Russia today, is made by a Ukrainian production company.

There’s one thing that Russia and Ukraine agree on — their favorite TV shows


At least one big industry in Ukraine is thriving, not in spite of the conflict with Russia, but because of it. It’s their shared love of Ukrainian TV productions.

Elmaz and her husband, Timur Barotov, refugees from Crimea who now live in Lviv, Ukraine

One year after the Russian takeover, refugees from Crimea share their stories


It’s been a year since Russia took over the Crimean region of Ukraine, sending thousands of people fleeing their homes. Among them are many Crimean Tatars, who have found surprisingly vibrant new lives in the city of Lviv, Ukraine.