State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Hacker Hunter Next Level
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Green In The City
Low Impact Living
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Melting Pot Culture
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
Queen Elizabeth Ii
The New Uzbekistan
Digital Garden City Nation
Under The Hood
Nord Stream I
More about this topic
Ukraine war: Five key developments to know about today
NORD STREAM I
More about this topic
Ukraine hints blasts at Russian base in Crimea were an act of sabotage
The social networks were abuzz with speculation that it was an attack by Ukrainian-fired long-range missiles, but the Kremlin denies this.
Putin to Ukraine: Accept our terms or brace for the worst
Speaking at a meeting with leaders of the Kremlin-controlled Russian parliament, Putin said the country had barely started its actions in Ukraine, and that Ukraine should accept its terms now before things get worse.
Ukraine war: Russia is preparing offensive in east, Pentagon says
The Pentagon’s latest assessment is that Russia is gearing up for, but has not yet begun, an intensified offensive in the Donbas. A senior US defence official said the Russians are moving more troops and material toward that area and are focusing many of their missile strikes there.
The West must stand firm to combat Russia's threats to Ukraine | View
Russia's threatening behaviour towards Ukraine is also a test of Western resolve. It must be met by a united front from the US, the EU and NATO, as well as fresh sanctions, argues former MEP Geoffrey Van Orden.
Russia's army build-up near Ukraine is different this time - experts
“What we see is a significant, large Russian military build-up. We see an unusual concentration of troops."
NATO expresses concern over Russia's troop build-up near Ukraine
Kyiv says about 90,000 Russian soldiers are stationed near the frontier.
Crimea forever a part of Russia, says Putin
Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014, a move Western countries regard as illegitimate.
Kyiv hails Dutch court decision to return Crimean treasure to Ukraine
In what Kyiv hailed as a "victory", a Dutch court ruled a trove of cultural treasures from Crimea should be handed to the Ukrainian government.
Energy security dominates EU-Ukraine summit as prices surge
The annual summit between Brussels and Kyiv was held in the Ukrainian capital on Tuesday.
Russian elections in Crimea & eastern Ukraine are 'illegal', says Kyiv
Russia has distributed over 600,000 passports in pro-separatist eastern Ukraine in recent months to encourage residents to vote.
Ukraine 'has very significant international support' over Crimea
It comes as Ukraine marked 30 years since it decided to leave the Soviet Union.
‘Crimea is Ukraine’: Zelenskyy opens inaugural Crimea summit
Representatives of 46 nations and blocs attended the first international summit on the annexation of Crimea in Ukraine, a summit dismissed as an “anti-Russian event” by the Kremlin.
What is behind Russia and the West's recent Black Sea confrontations?
Western nations shouldn't shy away from tit-for-tat moves when Russia breaks maritime laws, a foreign policy expert told Euronews after a series of naval incidents in the Black Sea.
Vladimir Putin says US and UK both behind Black Sea 'provocation'
The episode was the latest to raise tensions between Russia and the West since Russia's annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula in 2014.
Britain denies Russia fired warning shots at Navy ship near Crimea
The Ministry of Defence says that the Russians were conducting exercises in the Black Sea.
UEFA tells Ukraine to remove 'political slogan' from EURO 2020 shirt
UEFA has told Ukraine that it must remove the slogan 'Glory to Our Heroes' from its EURO 2020 football shirt after a complaint from the Russian Football Union.
Russia complains to UEFA as Ukraine PM backs 'political' football kit
The Russian sports federation said Ukraine's Euro 2020 kit went against UEFA guidelines, while Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiyy has come out in support of the design.
Russia criticises Ukraine's EURO 2020 kit for featuring Crimea
Moscow annexed Crimea from Ukraine in 2014 but Kyiv considers the move to have been illegal. The peninsula is regarded as occupied Ukrainian territory by the majority of governments worldwide.
Russia says it is withdrawing troops near Ukraine
Russia announced its military exercises on the border with Ukraine were over, and would be withdrawing the enormous build-up of troops that had been heavily criticised by Western powers.
Ukraine wants to speed up joining NATO to send 'real signal to Russia'
It comes amid rising tensions in eastern Ukraine.
Could Ukraine-Russia border tension escalate into a fresh conflict?
'The peace process has stalled to an almost complete deadlock', says Atlantic Council's Ukraine expert Peter Dickinson.
Kyiv calls for new summit on seventh anniversary of Crimea annexation
Speaking in Paris, Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba called for a new summit with Russia, France and Germany on the ongoing conflict in the Donbas region.
ECHR 'partly' allows Ukraine's rights violation suit against Russia
The case concerns Ukraine’s allegations of a pattern of violations of the European Convention on Human Rights by the Russian Federation in Crimea.
Kyiv claims two breaches after ceasefire begins in eastern Ukraine
The conflict between Ukraine and Russia-backed separatists claimed more than 14,000 lives since 2014.
Lyra Mckee: Police appeal for more information one year after murder
Journalist Lyra McKee, 29, was shot dead while observing rioting in the Creggan estate, Londonderry on April 18, 2019.
A word of advice to Western leaders: talk to Putin but don’t let him gaslight you ǀ View
Men like Emmanuel Macron see the last few years of tension as an anomaly, and would like to establish mutually beneficial relations with Vladimir Putin. But if they are not careful, they will end up like all those before them, retreating from Moscow disappointed and disillusioned.