Europe

Prominent Russian journalist shot and killed in Ukraine

Ukrainian police investigating journalist's death said they suspect the murder is linked to his work.

Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko shot and killed in Kiev

Football

Salah vs Ronaldo: Titans set for Champions League final

Fans descend on Ukrainian capital Kiev for Champions League final between Liverpool and reigning champions Real Madrid.

All eyes on Salah and Ronaldo before Champions League final

MH17

Investigators: Russian missile downed MH17 over Ukraine

Investigators say they have 'convincing evidence' to support their report of the incident that killed 298 people.

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Saakashvili on Putin, Europe's weak leaders and a return to power

Former Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili discusses Putin, the state of Europe and plans for his political comeback.

Environment

Chernobyl: What happened and why?

Thirty-two years after the explosions at the Ukrainian nuclear power plant, we revisit the disaster and its legacy.

Ukraine

What happened to Ukraine's border wall against Russia?

Announced in 2014 as a defence border, lack of funds and corruption charges stall building with 15 percent constructed.

What happened to Ukraine's border wall against Russia?

Weather

Ukraine: Saving white storks from the spring snow

Locals help migrant birds through bad weather.

Ukraine: Saving white storks from the spring snow

Politics

Ukrainian pilot-turned-MP held over alleged coup plot

Prosecutors allege Savchenko planned to attack Ukrainian parliament building with guns and grenades.

Ukraine: Nadiya Savchenko held over alleged coup plot

US & Canada

Exclusive: Trump donor Broidy in Ukraine criminal probe

Republican fundraiser Elliott Broidy under scrutiny over alleged deal with sanctioned Russian bank VTB.

Trump donor Elliott Broidy named in Ukraine criminal probe

Politics

Crimea votes in Russian election for first time

Presidential election took place on the fourth anniversary of the 2014 annexation of Crimea from Ukraine.

Media

Ukraine: A female fixer on the front lines

In the first of a three-part series profiling journalism fixers, Al Jazeera talks to one covering conflict in Ukraine.

Ukraine: A female fixer on the front lines

Russia

Putin ordered plane shot down during Olympics threat

The incident, which turned out to be a false alarm, happened shortly before the 2014 Winter Olympics opening in Sochi.

Putin ordered plane shot down during Olympics threat

Europe

Ukrainians injured as police dismantle 'tent city'

Site of protest against corruption targeted by authorities in Kiev amid violent clashes and detention of 100 people.

Ukrainians injured as police dismantle Kiev 'tent city'

Ukraine

'If you have HIV, you deserve it. That's the mentality'

Shunned by relatives, doctors and the community, Ukrainian women struggle to survive and protect their children.

Women with HIV abused by partners, rejected by society

Opinion

The rise and fall of Mikheil Saakashvili

The Saakashvili saga exemplifies how easily one can stray from democratic promise to semi-authoritarian rabble rousing.

Peter Zalmayev

by Peter Zalmayev
- Lincoln Mitchell

Peter Zalmayev