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About Anna
Anna Chernikova is a journalist based in Kyiv, Ukraine.
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International Group Trains Reporters to Collect Evidence of War Crimes in Ukraine

11 Mar 2024  |  www.voaturkce.com
Journalists from around the world, who follow conflicts, have unique access to scenes of war crimes but lack mechanisms to use this content as evidence in court. The Reckoning Project aims to change this by training reporters to collect evidence of war crimes in Ukraine.

Ukrainians React to Biden’s Pledges of Continued Support

11 Mar 2024  |  Voice of America
U.S. President Joe Biden pledged continued support for Ukraine during his State of the Union address, sparking hope among Ukrainians for the approval of a U.S. aid package. However, the aid bill faces opposition in the Republican-controlled U.S. House of Representatives.

Ukrainians Respond to Biden's State of the Union Address

08 Mar 2024  |  www.voanews.com
Anna Chernikova reports from Kyiv on the reactions of Ukrainians to U.S. President Joe Biden's State of the Union address.

The Inside Story - Journalism and Conflicts | Episode 131

15 Feb 2024  |  www.voanews.com
Focuses on press freedom globally, highlighting the risks journalists face while reporting on the Israeli war in Gaza and the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. Emphasizes the role of journalists in documenting conflicts and investigating potential war crimes.

Ukraine Marks Second Anniversary of Russia’s Full-Scale Invasion

10 Oct 2023  |  www.voanews.com
Ukraine commemorates the second anniversary of Russia's full-scale invasion, with reports from Kyiv highlighting the ongoing conflict and its impact on the nation.

For Ukraine’s War Survivors, Struggle Just Beginning

01 Oct 2023  |  www.voanews.com
As Russia began its assault on Ukraine, its initial goal was to capture Kyiv. Russian forces occupied towns on the outskirts of the capital, including Irpin, which was heavily devastated. The article reports from Irpin, highlighting the struggles of war survivors.

Ukrainians Have No Illusions About China's Peacemaking Role

17 May 2023  |  www.voanews.com
Chinese special envoy Li Hui visited Kyiv to discuss China's mediation efforts between Russia and Ukraine. Ukrainian analysts express skepticism about China's ability to broker a peace agreement but emphasize the importance of maintaining dialogue with China.

War on Ukraine Causes Family Business to Retool, Innovate and Help

23 Nov 2022  |  voanews.com
The war in Ukraine has led to widespread destruction, affecting millions and prompting adaptation and innovation among those affected. A family business in Kyiv, covered by VOA reporter Anna Chernikova, has managed to not only survive but also thrive amidst the turmoil, transforming hardship into hope.

Besieged Ukrainian City of Mykolaiv Sees Hope in Fight to Survive

03 Nov 2022  |  voanews.com
Mykolaiv, a strategic Ukrainian city, is enduring the challenges of Russia's invasion, serving as a critical base for Ukrainian forces. These forces are engaged in efforts to retake Kherson and protect Odesa from Russian advances. The report from Kyiv by Anna Chernikova, with camera work by Stephen Boitano and Eugene Shynkar, conveys a sense of hope amidst the city's fight for survival.

Bucha, the city that exposed the harshness of the Russian invasion, moves towards normality

08 Oct 2022  |  vozdeamerica.com
Bucha, a city on the outskirts of Kiev, Ukraine, is recovering from the destruction caused by the Russian invasion, with international cooperation and local efforts rebuilding schools and restoring normalcy. Despite the Russian Army's denial of war crimes, evidence of civilian massacres has led to international sanctions and diplomatic pressures. Ukrainian President Zelenskyy has called for a tribunal to investigate these crimes. Organizations like Global Empowerment Mission and Internacional Charity have supported reconstruction, and residents are returning, though the war's emotional scars remain. The city's administration and central government have prioritized rebuilding schools, and the community is cautiously optimistic about the future.

After Russian Atrocities, Ukraine’s Bucha Inches Toward Normalcy

06 Oct 2022  |  www.voanews.com
Bucha, a Ukrainian city that witnessed a horrific massacre during Russia's war, is experiencing a strong reconstruction effort allowing children to return to school. Anna Chernikova from VOA reports on the situation with Serhii Smychok on camera.

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