Ukraine's President Nearly Cried As He Held A Piece Of A Blown-Up Bus And Accused Russia Of 'Terror'
A few minutes ago here at the World Economic Forum in Davos, President Petro Poroshenko of Ukraine stood at a podium in the largest room here and held up a big sheet of metal, riddled with holes.
Ukraine accuses Russia of firing on troops near Donetsk
Russian forces have attacked government troops in eastern Ukraine, according to officials in Kyiv. France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine are launching another attempt to restart talks on the conflict.
Fiery grandmother joins Ukrainian army
She's the sort of grandmother you wouldn't want to mess with.
United States Delivers Prototype of Made-in-Ukraine “Kozak” Armored Vehicle
Yesterday the United States delivered the first prototype of an armored “Kozak” vehicle to the Ukrainian State Border Guard Service (SBGS) at its logistics base in Kyiv.
Ukraine peace talks fail as violence flares in east
Talks between the Kyiv government and Russian-backed separatists in the east have failed to reach agreement over a ceasefire. The diplomatic breakdown came as violence flared Friday around the rebel stronghold Donetsk.
Ukraine’s Security Service captured a 19 year old terrorist sniper
Special forces of the SBU (Security Service of Ukraine) have arrested a young woman who operated as a sniper and killed at least ten Ukrainian soldiers, according to a report in Ukrayinska Pravda.
Feds will spend $1.5M to raise awareness of Ukraine famine known as Holodomor
The federal government will spend $1.5 million to sponsor a cross-country project to raise awareness of the Ukrainian famine of the 1930s, known as the Holodomor.
Address of the President of Ukraine
Address of the President of Ukraine about the tragedy near Volnovakha
Urge Russia to release Nadiya Savchenko
We are writing to draw your attention to the urgent need for PACE reaction to the prosecution of Nadiya Savchenko, Ukrainian MP and PACE Delegate who is on hunger strike following 6 months held in Russian detention after being taken prisoner in Ukraine by pro-Russian militants.
At Least 10 Civilians Killed By Shelling While On A Bus Near Volnovakha
A very graphic video has showed a bus hit by shrapnel, an incident which has reportedly killed at least 10 passengers.
Foreign ministers gather in Berlin to seek Ukraine progress
Germany’s foreign minister sounded a cautious note as he headed into a meeting Monday evening with his counterparts from Russia, Ukraine and France, saying he did not know whether the talks would produce the “needed progress” to calm the Ukrainian crisis.
Eight killed in Ukraine as peace talk prospects dim
Four Ukrainian soldiers and at least as many civilians died Friday in an upsurge of rocket attacks that came just as prospects for international peace talks on the nine-month crisis dimmed.
Former Ukrainian Dancer Finds own Culture in Shen Yun
Beverley Ann Bazowski was in for an unexpected experience on Friday night at the National Arts Centre watching Shen Yun Performing Arts.
Ukraine’s beloved heroine Nadiya Savchenko on day 20 of hunger strike
Three times in his life Mahatma Gandhi took a hunger strike to 21 days, never longer. Today is day 20 for Nadiya Savchenko
IMF mission to visit Ukraine from Jan 8
An International Monetary Fund mission will visit Ukraine in early January for more discussions over implementation of an economic reform program, the IMF said on Monday.
Ukraine's President to meet Russian, French, German leaders, rules out offensive
Ukraine's President said on Monday he would meet the leaders of Russia, France and Germany on Jan. 15 in an attempt to restore peace to Kiev's eastern territories and acknowledged Kiev lacked the resources to regain control by military means.
Rich Russians buy U.K. investor visas in record numbers
Wealthy Russians are buying their way into the U.K. in record numbers as the economy at home sours and the ruble crumbles.
Poles and Ukrainians must forgive each other - Poroshenko
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in his speech before the ceremonial gathering of both houses of the Polish parliament on Wednesday, December 17, thanked Poland for its solidarity with Ukraine and urged the Ukrainian and Polish people to forgive each other for past mistakes.
Russia accuses U.S. of destroying 'carcass of cooperation' with Ukraine bill
Russia’s Foreign Ministry has decried the US Senate-backed Ukrainian support bill as “anti-Russian” in a statement released on Friday evening
Ukraine president Petro Poroshenko arrives in Australia for two-day visit
Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko has arrived in Australia for a two-day visit, with discussions about downed Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 among the top agenda items.