Ukraine

Ukraine's Petro Poroshenko announces end of martial law

President says Russian threat is still present, but military rule has to end due to the upcoming presidential vote.

Ukraine's Petro Poroshenko announces end of martial law

Ukraine

Ukraine: The cold reality of Europe's forgotten conflict

With 1.5 million people displaced and 3,000 lives taken, the conflict in Ukraine will enter its fifth year in 2019.

Ukraine: The cold reality of Europe's forgotten conflict

Special series

Crimea: Russia's Dark Secret

A harrowing look at killings and kidnappings undertaken by Russia to scare off Crimea's Muslim Tatars.

Talk to Al Jazeera

Wolfgang Ischinger: European army is necessary amid Russia threat

The chairman of the Munich Security Conference discusses NATO, Russia, Khashoggi and Europe's role in a changing world.

Ukraine

Ukraine creates new Orthodox church independent from Russia

Orthodox bishops in Kiev choose leader of a new national church, marking an historic split from Russia.

Ukraine creates new Orthodox church independent from Russia

Europe

Ukraine set to establish new church, secure split from Russia

Meeting in Kiev's Saint Sophia's Cathedral aims to unite branches of the Orthodox church into a single independent body.

European Union

EU prolongs Russia sanctions over Ukraine: Tusk

Moscow to cope with six more months of European sanctions for 'zero progress' in implementation of Ukraine peace accord.

EU prolongs Russia sanctions over Ukraine: Tusk

Europe

Ukrainian Navy commander dismisses Russia's provocation charge

Talking to Al Jazeera, Admiral Ihor Voronchenko says Russia has no right to put captured sailors on trial.

Europe

Wife of Ukrainian officer appeals to Putin to release him

Vasili Soroka was one of 23 servicemen captured after three Ukrainian boats were fired upon in the Black Sea last month.

Europe

Ukraine president vows to bring home sailors captured by Russia

Poroshenko reassures 24 captured Ukrainian servicemen's relatives that he's doing everything possible to get them freed.

Opinion

Wag the dog in Ukraine?

What was the Kerch incident really about?

Leonid Ragozin

by Leonid Ragozin

Leonid Ragozin

Ukraine

Ukraine: Movement through Kerch strait 'partially restored'

Russia blocked the strategic strait last week and captured three Ukrainian ships and 24 crew members after a stand off.

Ukraine: Movement through Kerch strait 'partially restored'

Europe

Ukraine far-right militia tries to exploit martial law

The declaration of martial law in Ukraine has led far-right militias to capitalise on the situation for political gain.

Ukraine

Poroshenko for 'Normandy format' talks with Russia

Ukrainian leader says his country is ready to hold talks with Russia to de-escalate conflict in Kerch Strait.

Ukraine's Poroshenko for 'Normandy format' talks with Russia

Business & Economy

Trump diverges on trade, climate at tense G20

Final communique reiterates US decision to withdraw from Paris deal and omits G20 pledges to fight protectionism.