Serhiy Andrushko is a journalist with Schemes (Skhemy), an investigative news project run by RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service in cooperation with UA: Pershy television. Andrushko began his career in television in 2000 as a journalist for STB, reporting on government corruption, before working for the National Radio Company of Ukraine. He was also a founder of Hromadske digital TV. Andrushko was a winner of Ukraine's prestigious Teletriumph Awards in 2010.
Also by Serhiy Andrushko
May 02, 2023
Death Of A Journalist: How RFE/RL's Vira Hyrych Was Killed By A Russian Missile
RFE/RL producer Vira Hyrych is among the numerous journalists killed in Ukraine since Russia launched its full-scale invasion in 2022. A year later, her son says those responsible must be held accountable. Schemes, an RFE/RL investigative unit, confronted key figures in the Russian chain of command.
February 06, 2023
'Beaten Very Badly': Now In Legal Limbo, Ukrainian Inmates Freed When Russia Left Kherson Describe Life Under Occupation
For inmates at a Kherson jail, the city’s liberation also meant their liberation: Russian authorities freed them before retreating. Memories of alleged brutality and abuse during the more than eight-month occupation linger on.
December 07, 2022
'They Called Him The Specialist': Ukrainian Man Tells Of Kherson Torturer
Serhiy Mak says he spent 25 days locked in the cellar of an office building in Kherson, southern Ukraine, where he was tortured by a Russian man nicknamed "The Specialist." Mak spoke to RFE/RL after Ukrainian forces liberated the city from Russian occupation.
November 30, 2022
On Eve Of Russian Invasion, Ukrainian Court Catered To Yanukovych's Interests, RFE/RL Investigation Finds
Irregularities marred a Kyiv court’s hearing of two lawsuits aimed at restoring ex-Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych’s presidential title and status ahead of the Russian invasion in February, a Schemes investigation reveals.
August 22, 2022
Mapped: The 17 Ukrainian Villagers Killed Under Russian Occupation
Seventeen people were killed during the monthlong occupation of a Ukrainian village called Andriyivka, which when the war began had a population of just over 1,000. Using a variety of evidence including eyewitness testimony, RFE/RL has mapped where, when, and how the victims died.
March 08, 2022
Kharkiv Resident Tearfully Calls For The Skies To Be Closed Over Ukraine, Because 'Our Children Are Dying There'
In an emotional interview with RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service, Kharkiv native Yulia Sukhovyeyeva has called on the world to close the skies over Ukraine in order to prevent shelling from Russian forces.