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Ukrainian school for refugee children launches in Brussels
Another school will also be set up in Paris.
Vitali Klitschko won't rule out a new Russian offensive in Kyiv
In an interview with Euronews Bulgaria, Klitschko said Kyiv residents risk stepping on the mines left by the Russian army.
Czech, Polish and Slovenian PMs meet with Zelenskyy in Kyiv
The prime ministers of Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovenia travelled to the war-torn capital to express the EU's support for Ukraine.
Near the frontline in eastern Ukraine, snipers and scepticism abound
Soldiers manning the frontline between Ukraine and the Russia-backed separatist regions are sceptical of the prospect of a new war.
Are Russia fears holding up Ukraine's bid to join NATO?
Critics say Ukraine is not ready to join NATO - and even if it was, NATO does not want to be drawn into a conflict with Russia.
Zelenskyy speeds up corruption crackdown, one oligarch at a time
A new law pledges to take down Ukraine's oligarchy, but does it go too far or not far enough?
In Ukraine’s war-torn east, locals fear poverty more than Russia
“I feel like that from one side, the enemy is shooting at us, and from the other side in Kyiv, people are trying to hit us economically.”
In Ukraine, Stepan Bandera’s legacy is a political football... again
Six decades after Bandera's murder at the hands of Soviet agents in Munich, his life remains a key electoral issue in Ukraine.
Ukrainian police detain hostage-taker threatening to blow up bank
A young man who held a bank employee hostage and threatened to detonate a bomb in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv on Monday has been arrested, the country's Security Services (SBU) have announced.
'Politically persecuted' Russians can now get Ukrainian passports
Ukraine's president made it easier for "politically persecuted" Russians to get passports.
Being woman and HIV-positive in an armed conflict: a life-sentence in Eastern Ukraine
Discrimination and daily violence: this is the reality that HIV-positive women face in eastern Ukraine, where the incidence of HIV could turn into an epidemic bomb
Watch: Ukrainian flag measuring 2,700 metres unveiled in Kyiv
Each 100 metres of the flag represents one year of Ukrainian independence from the Soviet Union.
EU urges Ukraine to push on with reform
The EU’s executive paid out on Wednesday 500 million euros in financial aid to Ukraine, urging Kiev to push on with reforms. The payment amounts to