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Russia warns Ukraine over troops build-up before Biden-Zelenskyy call
US President Joe Biden has threatened Russia with unprecedented sanctions if it invades Ukraine.
Kyiv aware of a coup plot involving Russians, claims Ukraine
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Ukraine's leader to talk with Biden on security, Russian gas
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has called Washington's failure to block the construction of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline to Germany a grave political error.
Merkel urges high-level meeting on eastern Ukraine in visit to Kyiv
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By visiting so early in his tenure, before any trip to Russia, Antony Blinken is signaling that Ukraine is a high foreign-policy priority for President Joe Biden's administration.
Ukraine adopts new military service law amid Russia tensions
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has signed a law allowing to call up reservists for military service without announcing a mobilization, as tensions with Russia on the border continue.
Is eastern Ukraine slipping back into a full-blown war?
Russia has been deploying large amounts of military hardware near the border and there has been a surge in fighting in recent weeks.
Four people arrested after Kharkiv nursing homes fire kills 15
Ukrainian authorities have announced that four people have been arrested in connection with the fire that killed 15 people in an undeclared retirement home.
Ukrainian President calls for investigation into vaccine 'smuggling'
Ukraine's president Volodymyr Zelensky has ordered security officials to "verify without delay" claims that state officials have been secretly vaccinated against Covid-19 with illegally imported vaccines.
Ukraine's parliament votes to restore anti-corruption legislation
Ukrainian lawmakers have defied a ruling from the nation's highest court and voted to reauthorise criminal penalties for officials who provide false tax returns.
Ukraine's president tests positive for COVID-19
"Most (people) are overcoming COVID-19," said Ukraine's president, after testing positive. "I'm going to get through it too."
'Unacceptable': Protests in Ukraine as anti-corruption laws scrapped
More than one thousand Ukrainians demonstrated in front of the constitutional court in Kyiv against a decision to invalidate anti-corruption measures.
EU and Ukraine vow to deepen ties, call on Russia to honour peace deal
"The EU is — and will remain — Ukraine's biggest and most reliable partner," European Council president Charles Michel said after talks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in Brussels.
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Zelenskyy: 'high chance' of ending war in Ukraine 'this year'.
In an exclusive interview for Global Conservation with Euronews Correspondent Sasha Vakulina, Ukraine President Vlodoymyr Zelenskyy has said there is a 'high chance' of ending the conflict in the country's east 'this year'
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.
Corruption in Ukraine: Is time running out to reform the country?
Former government ministers and officials have voiced their concerns about the future direction of Ukraine. With anti-corruption reforms hanging in the balance, is the window for change closing?
'Everybody watch Earthlings': Zelenskyy defends meeting hostage demand
"We have a result: everyone is alive," said Zelenskyy, after some criticised him for carrying out the odd request
Ukraine opens probe into leaked 'Biden-Poroshenko' tapes
The tapes, which are yet to be authenticated, were released on Tuesday by Ukrainian lawmaker Andrii Derkach.
What’s the verdict on Ukraine's Zelenskyy's first year in office?
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has had to manage a number of international crises in his first year in office. How did he get on?
Ukraine: Zelensky reforms stir concerns of centralising power
The Ukrainian opposition is concerned about new reforms in the country. They fear the president and his party are centralising power, which could be dangerous in the long run. Experts also criticise some steps by the government but say previous governments acted similarly.
Soldier killed as violence flares-up in eastern Ukraine
Ukraine's president called it a cynical move by pro-Russian separatists so that the peace process would fail.
Trump selects former defender of Jeffrey Epstein to join legal team
Alan Dershowitz will assist the US president in the upcoming Senate trial on Tuesday. The constitutional expert has said he will deliver arguments meant to shield Trump from allegations that he abused his power.
A year of political upheaval
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