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Europe

Ukraine PM resigns after losing majority

Arseniy Yatsenyuk, who survived a no-confidence vote in February, bows out after coalition partners walk away.

Ukraine PM resigns after losing majority

Corruption

Ukraine: New government, same corruption

Critics say President Poroshenko's government has been unable – or unwilling – to crack down on endemic corruption.

Ukraine: New government, same corruption

Ukraine

Ukraine rebels launch 'heaviest attacks in six months'

Military accuses separatists of launching heavy artillery attacks between Donetsk and Mariupol, despite ceasefire.

Ukraine rebels launch 'heaviest attacks in six months'

Opinion

Odessa's future in Saakashvili's hands

Even with his track record, Poroshenko has gambled big with Saakashvili's appointment as governor of Odessa.

Luke Coffey

by Luke Coffey

Luke Coffey

War & Conflict

Ukraine: A war funded by people's donations

Cash-strapped Ukrainians are supplying fighters with much-needed aid, as the government struggles to support its army.

Ukraine: A war funded by people's donations

Human Rights

Families of slain Ukraine demonstrators demand justice

More than 100 people were gunned down in Maidan Square a year ago, but investigations have failed to bring prosecutions.

Families of slain Ukraine demonstrators demand justice

War & Conflict

Deadly bomb blast hits rally in Ukraine

Officials say those who attacked pro-Kiev rally marking anniversary of protesters' deaths were instructed by Moscow.

Deadly bomb blast hits rally in Ukraine

War & Conflict

Ukraine's front-line fighters balk at peace

With repeated ceasefire violations, it remains to be seen if the two sides will lay down their arms and end the war.

Ukraine's front-line fighters balk at peace

War & Conflict

Ukraine fighting rages despite efforts to revive truce

Clashes erupt across country's east a day after rebels force thousands of troops to withdraw from strategic town.

Inside Story

Will the Ukraine peace deal work?

After lengthy talks, Kiev and Moscow have reached an agreement on resolving ongoing conflict with separatists.

Politics

European leaders to meet in Minsk in Ukraine peace bid

Heads of Germany, France, Ukraine and Russia to meet in Belarus as US denies it is at odds with Europe over crisis.

War & Conflict

Kerry in Ukraine as US mulls arms supplies

US Secretary of State is in Kiev for talks as Washington considers sending weapons to fight rebels.

Politics

Russia and Ukraine agree on demarcation line

Two sides agree on dividing line from where they should pull back heavy weapons, but fail to agree on troops withdrawal.

Politics

Ukraine accuses Russian forces of attack

Ukrainian soldiers allegedly assaulted after hundreds of Russian troops crossed into country in violation of truce deal.

Ukraine accuses Russian forces of attack

Politics

Ukraine president pleads for troop withdrawal

Poroshenko makes appeal to Moscow a day after an official Russian presence in eastern Ukraine was confirmed by the OSCE.

Ukraine president pleads for troop withdrawal