On Feb. 22, volunteer divers found nearly 200 folders of documents at a lake at the residence of former president of Ukraine. They had been thrown in the lake to destroy them as people were escaping the compound.
The empire of overthrown President Viktor Yanukovych extended beyond his billion-dollar Mezhyhirya estate.
Author: Anna Babinets
Director: Olga Kraynik
All legal issues of Vesti media holding were a part of the job description for the staff lawyer of VETEK group of companies that belongs to billionaire Serhiy Kurchenko.
The links between two fugitives close to overthrown President Viktor Yanukovych are becoming clearer.
“We’ve survived, though we are outlaws.” This line from a Russian gangster song became the unofficial anthem of the presidential hunting club whose members included...
Prosecutors believe Serhiy Kurchenko, a crony of ex-President Viktor Yanukovych, may have cost the state treasury $1 billion through various illegal schemes.
Would you like to stay in the Kyiv hotel of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, built in a scenic park overlooking the Dnipro River? After a hard day's work in the...
Former President Viktor Yanukovych's opulent residence only had one major contractor: a development company called AVK, with an intriguing history.
People who used to know young billionaire-in-exile Serhiy Kurchenko say that if he ever started drawing his financial “chain” on a piece of paper, it would finish up on the ceiling.
Former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and his family lived in luxury owning a number of apartments and houses in prestigious parts of Kyiv.
A trove of documents saved from destruction at the former Ukrainian president’s house at Mezhyhirya includes important records on real estate transactions related to Victor...
As a group of journalists from the yanukovychleaks.org initiative were drying, scanning and publishing online the documents found last week at the lake residence of...