“Ukraine is a country of a great potential” – this is a message heard at each panel of the Kyiv International Economic Forum this year. The
Residents of Crimea are voting in Russian parliamentary elections for the first time since the peninsula was annexed from Ukraine in 2014.
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.
Sharply escalating tensions between Russia and Ukraine are raising concerns in the international community.
A well-known journalist in Ukraine has been killed by a car bomb in the capital Kyiv.
Up to a thousand people have taken part in Ukraine’s first major gay pride rally which was held amid tight security in the capital Kiev.
Thousands gather in Maidan Victims given national honour Ukraine still in the grip of political turmoil Thousands of people have gathered in
Ukraine’s President Poroshenko meets his prime minister late on Friday with the future of their coalition government looking creaky. It follows a
Londoners would have to work twice as long as people in Zurich to afford an iPhone, a new study has shown. In its prices and earnings review
Ukraine’s president Petro Poroshenko says he is optimistic the requirements of the Minsk peace agreement will be fulfilled by the end of the year
While there were violent protests outside Ukraine’s parliament, inside the chamber the atmosphere was equally tense. Mustafa Nayem from the
'Everything is under control,' say emergency service officials, as a fire at a Kyiv fuel depot rages on for a third day.
Security officials in Ukraine claim firefighters have now managed to contain a huge blaze at a fuel depot some 30 kilometres from the capital Kyiv
Firefighters will battle through the night to contain a huge fire at a fuel depot in Ukraine
A new exhibition has opened at the Pinchuk Art Centre in Kyev, Ukraine, called “Borderline: Ukrainian Art 1985–2004” – exploring the development of
Ceremonies marking the 71st anniversary of the deportation of Tatars have taken place in both Kyiv and Crimea. In 1944 almost 200,000 people were
Protesters have taken to the streets of Kiev, to call for more transparency about the make-up of their utility bills. They demanded clearer
The two-week programme of the Madách International Theatre Meeting has brought together 20 productions from 13 countries in Budapest. After the
A war of words has erupted between Ukraine and Russia after the second murder in two days in Kyiv of a prominent pro-Moscow figure. Journalist Oles
Two high-ranking Ukrainian officials have been arrested during a televised government meeting, on suspicion of corruption. The head of the state
Separatists in the east of Ukraine are threatening to breach the ceasefire if Kyiv fails to adopt measures giving the break-away regions special status.
Ukrainian model Anna Duritskaya, who was with Boris Nemtsov at the time of his murder, returns to Kyiv.
In Independence Square in Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv, more than 100 people were shot dead by anti-riot police, between 18th and 20th February last year
People in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv have been reacting to the events in Debaltseve. Feelings are running high as it is the anniversary of the
With more than 5,000 killed in its revolution and ensuing civil war, you may have thought Ukraine has had its fill of violence. Apparently not
As the conflict in Eastern Ukraine intensifies people continue to flee the fighting. For those arriving in Kyiv a number of temporary evacuation
As the humanitarian crisis in eastern Ukraine deepens, US Secretary of State John Kerry is in Kyiv to meet with the Ukrainian president. The question
War in the east of Ukraine jumped to a deadlier level with the shelling of Mariupol on Saturday 24 January. Rockets hit a market, schools, homes and