Ukrainian Newspapers and News Sites
Zerkalo Nedeli (Ukrainian: Дзеркало тижня; Russian: Зеркало недели)
Dzerkalo Tyzhnia, usually referred to in English as the Mirror Weekly, was one of Ukraine’s most influential analytical weekly-publisher newspapers, founded in 1994. On 27 December 2019, it published its last printed issue, it continued its life as a Ukrainian news website. As of 2006, its print circulation was 57,000.
Ukrainian daily business newspaper providing articles about business, politics, sports, lifestyles, and more. Delo is a national daily newspaper in Slovenia. For more than 60 years, Delo has been involved in the active co-creation of the Slovenian public space. It covers politics, economics, sports, culture, and social events in the Slovene language.
Ekspres is a Ukrainian language Lviv-based, a daily broadsheet newspaper founded in 1992. It claims to be the biggest newspaper in Ukraine Ukrainian in terms of circulation. Its popularity is based in Western Ukraine.
Ukrainian-language daily newspaper. Holos Ukrayiny is the official voice of Verkhovna Rada (parliament of Ukraine), partially funded by the state. It is mandated to provide all parliamentary factions with the regular equal proportions of printing space.
Ukrayina Moloda is a daily Ukrainian-language newspaper based in Kyiv with a circulation of 99,000. It is published by State Company “Presa Ukrayiny”.
Ukrayinska Pravda is a Ukrainian online newspaper founded by Georgiy Gongadze on 16 April 2000. Published mainly in Ukrainian with selected articles published in or translated to Russian and English, the newspaper is tailored for a general readership with emphasis on the hot issues of the politics of Ukraine.
Fakty i Kommentarii (Факты и комментарии)
One of the most widely circulated Russian-language newspapers in Ukraine. Fakty I Kommentarii has been coming out since August 1997. Fakty was published five times a week except for Sundays and Mondays till January 2018. In 2018 it has turned to weekly. Oleksandr Shvets is the editor-in-chief and the owner. The edition was a property of Easton Group till June 2016.
KP in Ukraine is a Ukrainian newspaper published six times a week in Kyiv, the nation’s capital. It is a Russian language newspaper with some regional editions in the Ukrainian language. In March 2009 the paper was awarded a “Newspaper of the Year 2008” award.
Tabloid format Russian-language newspaper. The Kievskiye Vedomosti is a local daily Russian-language newspaper, based in Kyiv. It is published in a tabloid format. Its chief editor, Viktor Chayka, was affiliated with the Narodnyy Rukh Ukrainy party but was expelled after the Kievskiye Vedomosti took an independent line, and criticized selected Rukh members.
Vecherniye Vesti (Вечерние Вести)
Vecherniye Vesti (Russian: Вечерние Вести; lit. ‘The Evening News’), founded in 1999, is a Russian language Kyiv-based Ukrainian tabloid newspaper with a circulation of 530,000. It was fiercely critical of then-President Leonid Kuchma and his administration.
Leading Russian-language tabloid format newspaper. Segodnya (Russian: Сегодня, IPA: [sʲɪˈvodʲnʲə] ( listen), lit. ‘Today’) is a Russian-language Ukrainian tabloid newspaper, founded in 1997. While run from Kyiv, it is linked to Donbas political and business groups; its holding company is owned by Rinat Akhmetov’s Ukraina Media Group.
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Yandex N.V. is a Russian Dutch-domiciled multinational corporation providing Internet-related products and services, including transportation, search and information services, eCommerce, navigation, mobile applications, and online advertising. They provide over 70 services.
“Obozrevatel” − Ukrainian Internet publication of socio-political orientation, created in 2001. It belongs to Ukrainian politician and entrepreneur Mykhailo Brodskyy. In the publication, he holds the position of the chairman of the editorial board “Obozrevatel”.
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Donetskie novosti” (Donetsk news) – is the largest weekly published newspaper in the Donetsk region, one of the most developed in Ukraine.
Vysoky Zamok (Lviv)
Vysoky Zamok is a leading Ukrainian newspaper published in Lviv, in the western part of the country. It is published five times a week, with a combined weekly circulation of 565,000.
Ukrainian English-language news site.
News about recent political developments in Ukraine, key Ukrainian economic news and major current events in the CIS and the rest of the world.
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Delovaya Stolitsa is one of Ukraine’s main business newspapers published weekly in Russian. It contains news and analytics about Ukrainian political life, economy, banks, companies&markets, real estate. Delovaya Stolitsa is a member of UAPP.
Uryadovy Courier is the national daily newspaper published by the executive branch of Ukraine.
Daily newspaper published in Kiev.
Gazeta.Ru is a Russian pro-government news site based in Moscow and owned by media holding Rambler&Co. It covers a wide range of news: politics, style, auto news. According to Rambler, Gazeta.Ru is the 5th most popular site in Russia with over two million visitors daily.
Lviv Today is a Ukrainian English-language magazine published in Lviv, Ukraine.
Fokus is a weekly newspaper from North Macedonia.
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The UNIAN or Ukrainian Independent Information Agency of News is a Kyiv-based Ukrainian news agency. It produces and provides political, business, and financial information, as well as a photo reporting service. UNIAN is a part of 1+1 Media Group, related to oligarch Ihor Kolomoyskyi.