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Since April 2014 Ukraine has been in conflict. Its army has been fighting pro-Russian rebels. The clashes have left nearly 9,300 dead and over 1.5
EU welcomes 'crucial' approval of new Ukraine Prime Minister Hroisman
The European Union has described Ukraine’s parliamentary approval of Volodymyr Hroisman as prime minister as a “crucial development at a time when
Volodymyr Hroisman is new Ukraine Prime Minister
Ukraine’s parliament on Thursday approved its speaker, Volodymyr Hroisman, as the country’s new prime minister. It paves the way for a new government
Ukraine's parliamentary speaker gets key backing for job as PM
A coalition of the country's two main parties says it has agreed to back parliamentary speaker Volodymyr Groysman for the post
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Ukraine's prime minister resigns in televised address
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Germany and France demand more reforms from Kyiv ahead of key talks
The foreign ministers of France and Germany are in Ukraine to urge Kyiv to continue on its reformist path.
Ukraine's ruling coalition loses majority after second party quits
Ukraine’s government is facing the risk of collapse after a second party quit the ruling coalition. The move increases pressure on Prime Minister
Ukraine's economy minister resigns saying he has 'no desire to be a screen for brazen corruption'
Ukraine’s economy minister Aivaras Abromavicius has resigned claiming senior figures within the government of President Petro Poroshenko attempted to
Ukraine's economy minister quits over 'corrupt vested interests'
Ukraine’s economy minister has announced his intention to resign. Aivaras Abromavicius said his ministry was being hijacked by corrupt vested
Ukrainians march in honour of controversial nationalist hero Stepan Bandera
More than a thousand people have joined a march in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, to mark the 107th anniversary of the birth of nationalist Stepan
Ukraine retaliates to end free trade with Russia with own embargo
Following Russia’s ban on Ukrainian free trade in an escalation of Moscow’s squeezing of the barely-functioning economy, the Ukrainian parliament has
Coalition infighting spills into Ukraine parliament as allies tussle
Ukraine’s President Poroshenko meets his prime minister late on Friday with the future of their coalition government looking creaky. It follows a
Biden criticises Russia's actions in Crimea during Ukraine parliament address
US Vice President Joe Biden has lashed out at Russia, criticising what he describes as its occupation of Ukrainian sovereign territory. It came as
Dmytro Firtash calls off visit to Ukraine employers' congress
The 10th Congress of the Ukraine Federation of Employers took place in Kyiv in the absence of its boss Dmytro Firtash. The Ukrainian billionaire was
Ukraine passes law outlawing discrimination against gay workers
After several failed attempts, Ukraine’s parliament on Thursday backed a bill that bans discrimination against gay workers – a pre-condition for the
Ukraine: deputies explain for and against the decentralisation law
While there were violent protests outside Ukraine’s parliament, inside the chamber the atmosphere was equally tense. Mustafa Nayem from the
Ukraine: Communist parties banned from local elections
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