Britain will keep training the Ukrainian military for another year in the face of a "provocative" Russia, the Defence Secretary said.Read the full story ›
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Vladimir Putin claimed Ukraine was plotting 'terrorist' attacks in the region.Read the full story ›
An award-winning journalist has been killed in a car bomb in Kiev in what is being called a "cynical murder".Read the full story ›
World champions Germany got off to a winning start at Euro 2016, beating Ukraine 2-0 in Group C thanks to a thumping header scored by Shkodran Mustafi inside the first 20 minutes and an injury-time strike from Bastian Schweinsteiger.
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A Ukrainian pilot who spent two years in prison in Russia has been sworn into national parliament after being released last week.Read the full story ›
The fire broke out on Sunday morning at the home for 35 residents in Litochki, a village 25 miles north of Kiev.Read the full story ›
Ukrainian military pilot Nadiya Savchenko arrived home in Kiev on Wednesday after nearly two years in a Russian jail.
"A presidential plane with Ukraine's hero Nadiya Savchenko has landed," Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said in a post on Twitter.
Russia released jail Savchenko in exchange two Russians held by the Ukrainian government.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said he had pardoned Savchenko on "humanitarian considerations" in the hope that her release would help reduce tension in the Ukraine conflict and avoid further loss of life.
The servicewoman volunteered to fight with a ground unit against pro-Moscow separatists who challenged Kiev's rule in eastern Ukraine in 2014.
She was captured by Russia-backed rebels and sentenced in March to 22 years in prison for her alleged role in the deaths of two Russian journalists in the conflict zone.
Orlando Bloom has visited children whose school was destroyed by shellfire during the conflict in Ukraine.Read the full story ›
Ukraine's Prime Minister has announced his resignation following months of political crisis saw western aid to the country frozen.
In a televised addressed Arseniy Yatsenyuk said he would formally tender his resignation to parliament on Tuesday
"My decision is based on several reasons - the political crisis in government has been unleashed artificially, the desire to change one person has blinded politicians and paralysed their will to bring about real changes in the country."
I have taken the decision to resign as Prime Minister of Ukraine. On Tuesday, April 12 my request will be submitted to the Parliament
His cabinet narrowly survived a no-confidence vote two months ago but approval ratings for his party stand at just 2% with allegations of inaction and corruption against them.
Yatsenyuk said the president's party had already nominated the speaker of parliament, Volodymyr Groysman, to fill his post.