Russia has placed a Ukrainian singer who won the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest on its wanted list.
The grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest is taking place Saturday in Liverpool.
Ukrainian singer Jamala won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2016 with a song about the deportation of Crimean Tatars.
Actor Richard Gere hosted a benefit concert for Ukraine at Carnegie Hall that raised $360,000 for Direct Relief, a humanitarian organization providing medical aid.
Ukrainian band Kalush Orchestra’s upbeat, melodic entry to this month’s Eurovision Song Contest was written as a tribute to the frontman’s mother.
The cultural backlash against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is intensifying.
Russia's annexation of of Ukraine’s Black Sea peninsula in 2014 evoked tragic memories for Crimean Tatars.