The legislation, currently being debated in parliament, makes it an offence “to advocate” (incite or encourage) terrorism and to travel to designated “no-go zones” overseas. It is understood that the laws will make it easier for authorities to investigate, arrest and prosecute those supporting foreign conflicts and limit their means of travel.
By Milana Nikolko When Ukrainian officials signed the Minsk agreement, on September 5 2014, the situation on the battle field clearly did not favour Ukraine’s efforts to reclaim Eastern Ukraine. […]
By Grazia Hanea No subject has quite filled the canon of Western art than the life of Jesus Christ. Countless frescoes, sculptures, and paintings abound with magnificent representations of the […]