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In Crimea, a cat named Pusha has "adopted" four orphaned baby squirrels and is raising them as her own alongside her new kittens.
Average Russians no longer want to threaten — or annex — the world. They want to engage with it.
What is life like on the peninsula five years since Russia announced its accession?
President Vladimir Putin arrived in Crimea on the fifth anniversary of the annexation and inaugurated two power stations.
Russians dominate the list as tensions between Moscow and Kiev have reached a post-Soviet era high. What is the list about and who is on it?
Masked activists in military fatigues fanned out across the Crimean city of Simferopol on Thursday (March 7) handing out flowers to women ahead of International Women's Day and the fifth anniversary of the Black Sea peninsula's annexation by Russia
Crimea is usually seen as a tourist destination in the post-Soviet space, with its many beaches and picturesque mountains. The resort town of Alushta, replete with mountains and beaches, now has something more unusual to boast.
Moscow court extends detention of 4 Ukrainian sailors until April 24
Russia bans chocolate, beer and nappies made in Ukraine, in its latest economic sanctions on Kiev
Russia's Foreign Ministry on Saturday accused Berlin and Paris of "double standards" and said their demands were "regrettable."
France & Germany say Russia must release 24 Ukrainian sailors captured in Kerch Strait.
Security barrier equipped with sensors to prevent "penetration by Ukrainian saboteurs".
Martial law was imposed after Russia shot at and seized three Ukrainian naval ships in the Kerch Strait on November 25.
Over a dozen Sukhois deployed as tensions remain high in the area.
Vladimir Putin took a swipe at Euronews after our reporter asked him about claims of a Russian military build-up in Crimea.
Relations between Russia and Ukraine have been deteriorating over Moscow's seizure of three ships in the Sea of Azov. But what has happened, and how much can we expect it to escalate?
"Get out of Ukraine, Mr. Putin" - strong words from Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in an interview with NBC's Richard Engel.
It's after Russia seized three of its vessels.
Ukraine's president signed a bill on Wednesday, which threatens Russians flying into Crimea with a short time in prison.
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In Crimea, people are still reeling from a gun and bomb attack on a technical college in Kerch, which claimed the lives of 20 people.
Euronews spoke to graduates and students of the Kerch Polytechnic College on social media to get their thoughts on the attack and messages to the victims.
Friends and colleagues gathered to pay their respects to those that were slain in the Polytechnic College attack
As Crimea mourns the death of 20 people at Kerch college, some of the pupils who were there, think there was more than one person involved
The Russian President also linked the rampage, in which at least 20 people were killed, to US school shootings.