Ukraine

Poroshenko attacks Zelensky before Ukraine runoff

Incumbent president links political novice Volodymyr Zelensky's success in first round of polls to 'Kremlin agents'.

Ukraine election: Poroshenko attacks Zelensky before runoff

Opinion

Why Ukrainians want to elect a comedian as president

The Ukrainian electorate has run out of patience.

Katya Gorchinskaya

by Katya Gorchinskaya

Katya Gorchinskaya

Elections

Ukraine gears up to hold tight presidential vote

Sunday's poll will test the incumbent president for the first time since he came to power on a revolutionary wave.

Ukraine gears up to hold tight presidential election

Ukraine

Ukrainian voters speak ahead of key presidential poll

Before Ukraine's presidential election on Sunday, voters speak to Al Jazeera about which way they will vote and why.

Ukrainian voters speak ahead of key presidential poll

Europe

Kharkiv's pro-Russian protesters still mistrustful of Kiev

Some in Kharkiv see Ukrainian government as 'illegitimate' and will not vote in Sunday's presidential elections.

Kharkiv's pro-Russian protesters still mistrustful of Kiev

Ukraine

Ukraine corruption crisis haunts president's re-election bid

Many say Petro Poroshenko failed to deliver promises to tackle graft, which is a key issue in the presidential vote.

Ukraine

Ukraine begins Poroshenko impeachment process

Ukrainian president is accused of having knowledge of a criminal money laundering scheme involving the armed forces.

Ukraine begins Poroshenko impeachment process

Petro Poroshenko

Poroshenko announces bid for second term as Ukraine's president

Poroshenko was elected in 2014 after mass protests forced out former president Viktor Yanukovich.

Poroshenko announces bid for second term as Ukraine's president

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

Opinion

Wag the dog in Ukraine?

What was the Kerch incident really about?

Leonid Ragozin

by Leonid Ragozin

Leonid Ragozin

War & Conflict

Ukraine asks NATO to deploy ships amid Russia standoff

Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko hopes NATO will deploy warships to Sea of Azov as tension with Russia worsens.

Ukraine asks for NATO vessels in Sea of Azov over Russia standoff

Ukraine

Explainer: Ukraine-Russia dispute over territorial waters

Kerch Strait connecting Black Sea to Sea of Azov has high political, military and economic importance for Ukraine.

Explainer: Ukraine-Russia dispute over territorial waters

Europe

Ukraine warns of potential Russian aggression

President Poroshenko's warning comes following a clash between Ukrainian and Russian forces in the Sea of Azov.

Ukraine

Ukraine's first-ever martial law comes into effect

Russia condemns the implementation, saying martial law will escalate the conflict that has killed about 10,000 people.

Ukraine

Ukraine imposes martial law as tensions with Russia flare

Move by Ukrainian parliament comes as Kiev and Moscow trade blame over naval confrontation off the coast of Crimea.