is Ukraine’s English-language newspaper and proud winner of the 2014 Missouri Honor Medal for Distinguished Service in Journalism . . .

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15 feb., 2016


The newspaper’s first print edition came out on Oct. 18, 1995 and went online in 2002. Its global audience has been growing steadily since then, peaking at more than 65 million pageviews . . .

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29 feb., 2016


The newspaper’s motto is “Independence. Community. Trust” because of its commitment to the highest journalistic and ethical standards. The newspaper is also known as Ukraine’s Global Voice in the English language . . .

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01 mar., 2016


The Kyiv Post is owned and published by Mohammad Zahoor, 
a Kyiv-based businessman who bought the newspaper from its founding owner and publisher, American Jed Sunden, 
in 2009 . . .

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13 may, 2016


The newspaper’s journalists also started an affiliated nonprofit organization, the Media Development Foundation, in 2013 to promote investigative journalism, student exchanges and training programs . . .

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24 feb., 2016


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. . .

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