Crisis in Ukraine
Ukraine began two days of missile tests on Thursday, avoiding the air space over Crimea which could have provoked a confrontation with Russia.
Millions are in need of assistance along the frontline of the conflict in eastern Ukraine. In one such place, Zaitseve, there is hardly anything left and the locals are struggling as fighting rages on
Ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has appeared in court via video link to give evidence in the trial of five ex-riot policemen accused of shooting dead protesters in…
In 2015, the country's government handed over the procurement and distribution of some life-saving drugs to international organisations including the UN. Access and cost have improved as a result.
Each of the 60-plus photos on display tell a unique story about extraordinary charity and business-projects from the frontline in Donbas.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the daily news stories making headlines around Europe.
Normandy group convenes to try and revive Minsk II peace process in Ukraine
Arseny Pavlov was blown up in his apartment building with his bodyguard on Sunday. He was wanted for war crimes.
“Russia must withdraw all occupational forces from Ukraine” – this was one of the main demands from the participants of worldwide protests organized by the campaign “StopPutinsWarInUkraine…
A group of men invaded the Sakharov Centre in the Russian capital and disrupted the exhibition of work which features photographs from Ukraine's embattled east.
Europe's war in eastern Ukraine continues its daily grind of people and scarce resources. Despite a ceasefire violations go on around the clock, and the region has been deserted by its young.
Euronews’Aid Zone brings you to Stanytsia Luhanska, only metres away from the “contact line”, where governmental forces and separatists clash on a daily basis in spite of the…
Russia ‘‘has to provide a sustainable and comprehensive cease-fire’‘ in eastern Ukraine before steps towards peace can be taken, Petro Poroshenko has warned.
Germany’s Frank-Walter Steinmeier and France’s Jean Marc Ayrault visited eastern Ukraine on Thursday, hours after Russian-backed separatists and Kiev agreed to a new unilateral…
A separatist leader in eastern Ukraine has announced a unilateral ceasefire to start at midnight on Wednesday, according to Associated Press.
Ukraine’s parliament has resumed business after the summer break, and gathered to hear some warnings from President Poroshenko.
A ceasefire is supposed to be in place, but as Ukraine's Independence Day nears, fighting against pro-Russian separatists in the east has intensified.
Ukraine’s defence ministry says two soldiers were killed and eight wounded in a 24-hour period on the frontline of the war-torn Donbass region.
Russian president Vladimir Putin has said he is not planning to reduce ties with Ukraine despite accused Kyiv of attempting to stage acts of sabotage in Crimea.
President Poroshenko of Ukraine has warned he may bring in martial law because of increased tension in the east with pro-Russian separatists.
Last week’s escalation of political tension between Moscow and Kyiv has brought the conflict in Eastern Ukraine back to the top of the news agenda.
Despite high tensions over Crimea, Ukraine has said there has been no significant increase in clashes with pro-Russian separatists in the east of the country.
It comes two days after President Vladimir Putin promised counter-measures after what he said were clashes between Russian forces and Ukrainian saboteurs in northern Crimea.
Sharply escalating tensions between Russia and Ukraine are raising concerns in the international community.
Russia's 2014 annexation of the strategic peninsula of Crimea is at the centre of renewed tensions between Moscow and Kyiv.
Euronews takes you to Stanytsia Luhanska, a disputed city in eastern Ukraine, only metres away from the “contact line” where governmental forces and