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Police detain hostage taker in Kyiv bank drama
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Full, comprehensive ceasefire begins in Ukraine
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Full ceasefire takes effect in eastern Ukraine
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Cease-fire in war-torn eastern Ukraine begins after six years of conflict
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Ukraine: Black box confirms interference with downed jet
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Armed man frees Ukrainian police hostage
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Armed man takes policeman hostage in Ukraine
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Ukraine police free 13 hostages trapped on bus after standoff
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Police boost presence near bus with hostages in Ukraine
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Man seizes bus, takes 20 passengers hostage in western Ukraine
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Ukraine waits to call Iran plane crash human error
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Dutch gov't to take Russia to European rights court over MH17
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Vande Bharat Mission: Air India flight from Ukraine lands in Indore
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Biden Campaign Limiting Time With Foreign Powers
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Russia has its own statue debate: The Soviets
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Rainbow flag waves over Ukraine's highest statue to mark Kyiv pride
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Rainbow flag waves from Ukraine's highest statue to mark Kyiv pride
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Trump asked China to help him win in 2020 -Bolton
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Trump: If Bolton publishes, it's 'criminal liability'
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Trump: Bolton breaking law if he publishes book
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Iran to send black boxes from downed Ukrainian airliner to Ukraine: ministerIran will send the black boxes from a downed Ukrainian airliner to Ukraine, Iran’s minister of Roads and Urban Development, Mohammad Eslami, said on Wednesday, according to the Tasnim news agency.
Ukrainian lawmaker says he has Gutenberg Bible fragment in his private collectionA wealthy Ukrainian politician has made public a manuscript in his private collection that he says is a fragment of the Gutenberg Bible, the world's first substantial printed book, although researchers..
Ukraine gets U.S. military aid, including Javelin anti-tank missilesUkraine has received military aid worth more than $60 million from the United States, including Javelin anti-tank missiles, the U.S. embassy said on Wednesday.
Ukraine president's wife hospitalized with moderate COVID-19The wife of Ukraine's President, Olena Zelenska, was hospitalized after contracting coronavirus and her condition was stable, the presidential office said on Tuesday, adding a fresh test of her husband..
Ukraine alleges $5 million bribe over Burisma, no Biden linkUkrainian officials on Saturday said they were offered $5 million in bribes to end a probe into energy company Burisma's founder, but said there was no connection to former board member Hunter Biden..
Ukraine leader cancels meetings, trips after wife tests positive for coronavirusUkraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy cancelled face-to-face meetings and visits and will limit his contacts to a close circle after his wife tested positive for coronavirus, the presidential press..
Iran asks French experts to read black boxes of downed jet: officialIranian investigators have asked France's BEA air accident agency to read black boxes from a downed Ukrainian jetliner, Iran's envoy to the United Nations aviation agency said.
U.S. to give Ukraine $250 million in aid to deter RussiaThe United States plans to give Ukraine $250 million through the Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative for training and equipment to strengthen the country's ability defend itself against Russia, the..
Iran says will now send Ukraine airliner black boxes to Paris: sourcesIran told the U.N.'s aviation agency on Wednesday that it would send black boxes from a downed Ukrainian jetliner to Paris for analysis, once countries involved in the investigation agree, two sources..
After long delay, parents finally meet surrogate baby in UkraineFor parents Jose Perez and Flavia Lavorino, the wait is finally over. On Wednesday, the couple from Buenos Aires met their baby son Manu for the first time, 71 days after he was born to a surrogate..
Ukraine investigators probe former president in intelligence caseUkraine's state investigation bureau said on Wednesday it suspected Petro Poroshenko of issuing an illegal decree in 2018 related to his dealings with the foreign intelligence service.
IMF board approves $5 billion lifeline for Ukraine amid coronavirus recessionThe International Monetary Fund's executive board approved on Tuesday a $5 billion loan deal for Ukraine that Kiev says is needed to stave off default as the coronavirus pandemic plunges the Eastern..
Putin and Merkel discuss Syria, Libya, Ukraine in phone call: KremlinRussian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed Syria's humanitarian aid needs in a telephone call, the Kremlin said in a statement on Tuesday.
Defence wants more time in Dutch MH17 trial after Covid-19 delaysDefence lawyers on Monday insisted they needed more time to prepare at the trial of suspects in the downing of a Malaysia Airlines flight over eastern Ukraine, as proceedings resumed after a..
Dutch MH17 trial resumes, defence seeks more time after COVID-19 breakDefence lawyers in the trial of the 2014 downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine on Monday said they needed more time to prepare as public hearings resumed following delays due to..
Dutch MH17 trial resumes after delay due to coronavirus lockdownDefence lawyers in the trial of the 2014 downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine on Monday will request more time to prepare as public hearings resumed following delays caused by..
Ukraine found no evidence against Hunter Biden in case audit: former top prosecutorAn audit of thousands of old case files by Ukrainian prosecutors found no evidence of wrongdoing on the part of Hunter Biden, the former prosecutor general, who had launched the audit, told Reuters.
Ukraine may grant visa-free access to citizens of China, Australia, Arab states to boost tourismUkraine is considering cancelling its visa requirement for tourists from China, Australia, New Zealand and Arab states in order to attract more visitors once lockdowns ease and bring more money into..
Ukrainian computer game featuring Hitler in Moscow angers KremlinThe Kremlin on Wednesday accused a Ukrainian computer game developer of glorifying Nazism by producing a game which features Adolf Hitler overseeing a fictional World War Two victory parade in Moscow,..
Apartment-bound Ukrainians check out portable homesBusiness is thriving for a company manufacturing portable houses in Ukraine as people cooped up in tower blocks under lockdown yearn to live closer to nature.
Ukrainian workers start returning to Poland as lockdown easesCoronavirus or no, Vadym Diachenko needed no persuading when an employment agency offered to fly him back to Poland from his native Ukraine to work at a meatpacking plant.
Exclusive: Ukraine's anti-graft bureau probes state tender for medical suitsUkrainian anti-corruption officials are investigating a tender for 71,000 hospital protective suits during the coronavirus pandemic after the government for the first time bypassed its own procurement..
Ukrainian lawmaker found shot dead in his officeA Ukrainian lawmaker was found shot dead in his office on Saturday, the deputy interior minister Anton Gerashchenko said.
Tourist trade in annexed Crimea on brink as coronavirus bitesCrimean hostel owner Natalia Kirichenko has given up hope of hosting guests this summer as the coronavirus outbreak threatens to ruin the economy of the tourism-dependent region that Russia annexed..
Ukrainian surrogate babies bound for U.S., Europe stranded by virus lockdownLying in rows of cots in a small hotel on the outskirts of Kiev, 51 babies born to surrogate mothers are stranded in Ukraine as the coronavirus lockdown is preventing parents from the United States,..
Ukraine must drain corruption swamp, Saakashvili says in latest comebackMikheil Saakashvili, the former president of Georgia, vowed on Friday to help his new boss, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, clean out a political "swamp" of oligarchs' interests that he said..
Georgian ex-President Saakashvili toasts appointment to Ukraine reform roleMikheil Saakashvili, the former president of Georgia, was appointed on Thursday to a senior role at an advisory body on reforms chaired by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy.
Invoking Cossack resistance, Ukrainian mayor defies lockdown measuresThe mayor of a town in central Ukraine has unilaterally decided to ease lockdown restrictions, causing a row with President Volodymyr Zelenskiy's government as it seeks to avoid a second wave of novel..
Ukraine says still far from 'all for all' prisoner swaps with RussiaUkraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said on Thursday that Kiev and Moscow were still far from finalising a prisoner swap of all inmates.
Health minister urges patience as Ukraine passes 10,000 coronavirus casesUkraine reached 10,000 coronavirus cases on Thursday and its health minister urged people not to violate lockdown measures that have kept the country's death toll much lower than in much of western..
Kremlin: Work still needed before high-level talks on Ukraine crisisMore work is needed before high-level talks on the Ukraine crisis can take place, the Kremlin said ahead of a planned meeting later on Thursday involving the foreign ministers of Ukraine, Russia,..
Ukraine reaches 10,000 coronavirus cases as public chafes against lockdownUkraine reached 10,000 coronavirus cases on Thursday as Health Minister Maksym Stepanov urged the public to be patient and not violate lockdown measures that have kept the country's death toll far..
Ukraine crosses 10,000 coronavirus cases: health ministerUkraine now has 10,406 confirmed coronavirus cases and 261 deaths, Health Minister Maksym Stepanov told a briefing on Thursday.
Online courses replace kindergarten for Ukrainian preschoolersSharing a pilates mat, brother and sister Mykhailo and Maria Bondarenko practise basic yoga moves at home, following the instructions of a trainer via laptop.
Fires near Chernobyl pose 'no risk to human health', IAEA saysRadiation from fires that have torn through forests around Ukraine's defunct Chernobyl nuclear power plant poses "no risk to human health", the U.N. atomic agency said on Friday, based on data provided..
Ex-Georgian president Saakashvili poised for another political comeback in UkraineThe former president of Georgia, Mikheil Saakashvili, said on Wednesday he had been invited to become deputy prime minister of Ukraine in charge of driving reforms, in what would mark another comeback..
Police levy fines, shut monastery as Ukraine begins Orthodox Easter under lockdownUkrainians geared up to celebrate Orthodox Easter this weekend under the wary eye of authorities who have tightened lockdown measures to fight the spread of the coronavirus and fined people for..
New fires fanned by strong winds flare near Chernobyl in UkraineNew fires broke out in the area around the defunct Chernobyl nuclear plant on Thursday, fanned by heavy winds that have made it harder to put out the blaze, Ukrainian officials said.
Ukraine and Russia-backed separatists begin prisoner swapUkrainian government forces and pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine have started a prisoner swap, the office of Ukrainian president said on Thursday.
Forest fire around Chernobyl plant put out, Ukraine saysA huge fire that tore through forests around the defunct Chernobyl nuclear plant has been put out, Ukrainian officials said on Tuesday, after hundreds of emergency workers used planes and helicopters..
Fire raging near Ukraine's Chernobyl poses radiation risk, say activistsA huge forest fire in Ukraine that has been raging for more than a week is now just one kilometre from the defunct Chernobyl nuclear power plant and poses a radiation risk, Greenpeace Russia warned on..
Ukrainian doctors fly to Italy to help combat coronavirusUkraine, which expects a sharp rise of coronavirus cases in the coming weeks, sent doctors to disease-hit Italy on Saturday to assist their Italian colleagues and to gain field experience.
Ukraine tightens restrictions to fight coronavirus spreadUkraine's government on Friday imposed a series of new restrictions designed to prevent the coronavirus outbreak spreading widely but said it hoped to soften the measures again in late April.
Ukrainian designer equips doctors for battling coronavirusUkrainian fashion designer Ivan Frolov has postponed work on his new collection and is making coveralls for doctors to meet a shortage of protective clothing during the coronavirus epidemic.
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Ukrainian MPs approve banking law needed for IMF loans at first readingUkraine's parliament on Monday approved at the first reading a banking law needed to qualify for new loans from the International Monetary Fund.
Ukraine parliament approves new finance, health ministers at special sessionUkraine's parliament on Monday approved the appointment of a new finance minister and health minister.