Opinion

The Kremlin enjoys watching Ukraine harm itself

Ukraine's decision to restrict the use of minority languages in schools benefits the Kremlin immensely.

Leonid Ragozin

by Leonid Ragozin

Leonid Ragozin

Europe

30,000 evacuated after Ukraine arms depot blast

At least two people injured in fire, which authorities said was a possible act of 'sabotage'.

Thousands evacuated after Ukraine arms depot blast

Europe

Powerful wind storm kills eight in Romania

Sudden storm killed eight people in the western city of Timisoara before heading to Ukraine.

Powerful wind storm kills eight in Romania

Europe

Ex-ally vows to unite opposition against Ukraine leader

Former Georgian president says he plans to unseat Ukraine's Poroshenko over failed promises made during Maidan protests.

Ex-ally vows to unite opposition against Ukraine leader

Europe

Ex-Georgian president forces his way into Ukraine

The ex-Georgian president, who was stripped of his Ukrainian citizenship in July, now risks extradition to Georgia.

Europe

Ukraine strips Georgia ex-leader of only citizenship

President Poroshenko, accused by Mikheil Saakashvili of corruption, deprives former ally of citizenship by decree.

Ukraine strips Saakashvili of his only citizenship

Europe

Clashes kill six Ukraine soldiers in spike of violence

The latest surge in fighting with Russian-backed rebels along the volatile front line is the bloodiest in recent months.

Clashes kill six Ukraine soldiers in spike of violence

MH17

Ukraine: Hold Russia to account for MH17 tragedy

President demands justice for the 298 killed when their plane was shot down over eastern Ukraine three years ago.

Ukraine wants Russia held to account over MH17 downing

MH17

Waiting for justice 3 years after flight MH17 shot down

Relatives still await justice for downing of Malaysia Airlines civilian flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine three years ago

Justice elusive 3 years from MH17 crash in east Ukraine

Russia

US urges Russia to reverse its actions in Ukraine

State secretary calls on Moscow to de-escalate Russia-backed conflict in east Ukraine, warning sanctions will remain.

US urges Russia to reverse its actions in Ukraine

Inside Story

How can cyberattacks be stopped?

Thousands of computers go down in yet another large-scale cyberattack targeting companies around the world.

Europe

International ransomware attack hits major firms, banks

Cyberattacks in Ukraine, Denmark and Russia, among others, target companies, banks and government offices.

Ransomware attack causes disruptions across globe

Europe

Kiev car explosion kills Ukraine's senior military spy

Ukraine probes blast of Colonel Maksim Shapoval's car as 'terrorist act', saying it was caused by explosive device.

Kiev car explosion kills Ukraine's senior military spy

Europe

Chemical weapons a red line in Syria, says Macron

Meeting Putin in Paris, Macron also said France and Russia should cooperate to 'eradicate terrorist groups' in Syria

Chemical weapons a red line in Syria, says Macron

Europe

Four killed in eastern Ukraine shelling

Shelling attacks in eastern Ukraine have killed at least four people. The government has been fighting Russian-backed separatists in the area for the past three years.