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‘Crimea is Ukraine’: Zelenskyy opens inaugural Crimea summit
Representatives of 46 nations and blocs attended the first international summit on the annexation of Crimea in Ukraine, a summit dismissed as an “anti-Russian event” by the Kremlin.
What is behind Russia and the West's recent Black Sea confrontations?
Western nations shouldn't shy away from tit-for-tat moves when Russia breaks maritime laws, a foreign policy expert told Euronews after a series of naval incidents in the Black Sea.
Vladimir Putin says US and UK both behind Black Sea 'provocation'
The episode was the latest to raise tensions between Russia and the West since Russia's annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula in 2014.
Britain denies Russia fired warning shots at Navy ship near Crimea
The Ministry of Defence says that the Russians were conducting exercises in the Black Sea.
UEFA tells Ukraine to remove 'political slogan' from EURO 2020 shirt
Russia complains to UEFA as Ukraine PM backs 'political' football kit
Russia criticises Ukraine's EURO 2020 kit for featuring Crimea
Russia says it is withdrawing troops near Ukraine
Ukraine wants to speed up joining NATO to send 'real signal to Russia'
Could Ukraine-Russia border tension escalate into a fresh conflict?
Kyiv calls for new summit on seventh anniversary of Crimea annexation
ECHR 'partly' allows Ukraine's rights violation suit against Russia
Kyiv claims two breaches after ceasefire begins in eastern Ukraine
Lyra Mckee: Police appeal for more information one year after murder
Journalist Lyra McKee, 29, was shot dead while observing rioting in the Creggan estate, Londonderry on April 18, 2019.
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Ukraine opens probe into Russian train on new bridge to Crimea
Putin opens huge Russia-Crimea rail bridge
Putin congratulated construction workers, saying the bridge has "proven Russia's ability to carry out large-scale infrastructure projects."
Apple 'looking at how it handles borders' after Crimea map controversy
We shouldn't have been giving money and weapons to Ukraine in the first place ǀ View
Divers compete in jumping off 27-metre cliff platform in Crimea
Watch: Valiant vaults into the Black Sea at cliff diving competition
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Council of Europe backs restoring Russian voting rights
The motion restoring Russia's voting rights — revoked in 2014 over the illegal annexation of Crimea — was approved late on Monday evening with 118 votes in favour, 62 against, and 10 abstentions.
Should Russia hand back Crimea? 'Don't know' says EU top job hopeful
Unconventional family: cat raises baby squirrels alongside new kittens
In Crimea, a cat named Pusha has "adopted" four orphaned baby squirrels and is raising them as her own alongside her new kittens.
Putin's Crimea invasion, five years later: Nationalism doesn't pay the bills ǀ View