A 19-year-old student has died in very worrying circumstances. The Kyiv Police Department has claimed that he died in the Shevchenkivsky District Police Station after falling in a drunken state. There are however conflicting stories
Almost 10 years ago the journalist and founder of the Internet publication “Ukrainska Pravda” disappeared. Only those who actually carried out his killing have been brought to trial. Myroslava Gongadze has little faith in the investigation and is negative about freedom of speech in Ukraine
Tamara Chikunova, founder of the Uzbek organization “Mothers against the Death Penalty and Torture” is travelling around different countries to inform people about the horrors of the authoritarian system in Uzbekistan and about lawlessness in the law enforcement agencies
Valentina Telychenko, the lawyer representing Georgy Gongadzes widow is convinced that no expert assessment of the Melnychenko tapes will influence the course of the investigation since the recordings themselves were obtained by unlawful means and cannot be used as evidence in court
The Gongadze Inquiry: An investigation into the failure of legal and judicial processes in the case of Georgy Gongadze
It is now nine years since the murder of our colleague Gyorgy Gongadze on 16 September 2000, and on this occasion we once again call on the Ukrainian authorities to undertake a proper investigation of those who ordered the killing
On 16 September 2009 - the ninth anniversary of Georgy Gongadzes disappearance, a memorial gathering will be held at 19.00 on Maidan Nezalezhnosti [Independence Square
Valentine Telychenko has become accustomed to distrusting the Prosecutor General. She has ample grounds for this since it is the Prosecutor General Offices investigators who have for 9 years been unsuccessfully investigating Georgy Gongadzes murder
Ukrainian experts confirmed yesterday that the DNA of skull remnants matched that of Georgy Gongadze, abducted in 2000. However Myroslava Gongadze is insisting that the forensic analysis be carried out by a forensic institute in the USA
The Prosecutor General has decided not to change the team investigating the murder of journalist Georgy Gongadze which had been demanded by Georgys widow, Myroslava Gongadze and her lawyer Valentina Telychenko.
Valentina Telychenko does not believe that the discovery of what may have been Georgy Gongadzes skull cannot in itself move the case along, and fears that Pukach will give false testimony and mislead the investigators
An interview with Myroslava Gongadze, Georgys widow as to likely progress and conclusion of the investigation into the murder following the arrest of former Police Colonel Oleksy Pukach
What impact on progress in the Gongadze case will the arrest of Oleksy Pukach have? What are the chances of uncovering who ordered the murder? Is this arrest now linked with somebody wishing to play the Gongadze card in the run up to the elections?
The Prosecutor Generals Office announced on Wednesday morning that former Police Colonel and Head of a Criminal Investigation Department Oleksy Pukach had been arrested in the Zhytomyr Region
The mother of murdered journalist Georgy Gongadze believes that the Gongadze caser will not be solved since it is not in anybodys interests to do so
During her visit to Kyiv, PACE Co-rapporteur Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger spoke with a Deutsche Welle Ukrainian Service correspondent regarding the Gongadze case and changes to the Constitution.
Myroslava Gongadze asserts that those in power are positively protecting the fourth man sought over her husbands murder and that nothing is really being done to achieve progress
The investigation into the murder of Ukrainian journalist Georgiy Gongadze cannot be considered solved until the “instigators and organisers” are held to account in addition to the actual perpetrators of the crime
As a result of the amnesty, three men – the former director, his deputy and the chief engineer of Dniprohaz who were facing charges of professional negligence have been released without judicial examination and the claims for compensation also left
The Court found that the Ukrainian authorities had failed to provide adequate medical care during Olga Biliaks pre-trial detention, and had not adequately investigated her death