Yesterday, June 20, a regular session of the Kharkiv city council began with a picket and a meeting, which turned into fighting.
District court penalizes Kharkivite for a cruel video of killing a stray kitten.
Kulya coffee bar for war veterans was launched again as an art-café in Kharkiv on June 15.
“Travelers from East” project has been launched to help school graduates from Luhansk region to travel around Ukraine
Plast plans to raise UAH $39,000 for expansion.
June 9, Games of Heroes, the competition of Ukrainian disabled veterans, took place on Maidan Svobody in Kharkiv.
June 6, over a hundred residents of Eskhar village near Chuhuiv, Kharkiv region, went out to picket the district police department.
June 5, a regular case hearing on a shocking Kharkiv tragedy, having killed 6 in October 2017, was held in a Kharkiv court.
June 2, Kharkivites joined the Global Action to support film director Oleh Sentsov, who is illegally detained in a Russian prison.
May 24, Kharkiv activists held a picket near the Russian consulate to support filmmaker Oleh Sentsov, imprisoned in Russia.
Sports School in the town of Pokrov was named after Kharkiv young patriot Danylo Didik, killed by the terrorist explosion in 2015.
May 17, hundreds of Kharkivites marched wearing national clothes to celebrate the International Vyshyvanka Day.
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