Trains between Ukraine and Crimea are being suspended because of unspecified security concerns. Ukraine’s state rail company Ukrzaliznytsia said
UEFA makes no exceptions for Crimea and prevents its football clubs from changing federation to play in the Russian leagues
The Russian air force has sent 14 fighter jets to Crimea, the territory it annexed from Ukraine in March.
As they landed in Belbek, a senior
Ukraine’s newly unveiled parliamentary coalition has vowed to make NATO membership a priority, further cementing the country’s tilt towards the
Russia has hit back in an online spat with Canada over its operations in Ukraine.
Canada’s NATO delegation initially sent a sarcastic barb on
Canada has sent a sarcastic online barb to Russia over its involvement in Ukraine.
The country's delegation to NATO tweeted a map of eastern
A Russian soldier has shot dead a Ukrainian naval officer in eastern Crimea, Ukraine’s Defence Ministry said on Monday, in one of few fatalities
Chasms between Washington and Moscow look set to deepen after an MP called on fast food giant McDonald’s to leave Russia.
Ukraine is pulling its forces out of Crimea in the face of threats and pressure from the Russian military, acting president Oleksander Turchinov said
Greek opposition leader Alexis Tsipras has attacked one of his key rivals in the race to become the next president of the European
Russia continues to accuse Western nations of bullying and hypocrisy.
This comes as the Kremlin consolidates its hold on Crimea, which it
In the wake of the controversial referendum to separate the Crimean peninsula from Ukraine, euronews visited Evpatorya, a small city in the region
Just over two decades ago, Russia’s Boris Yeltsin and Ukraine’s Leonid Kravchuk signed the acts that led to the dissolution of the USSR and the birth
Ukraine’s prime minister has accused Russian soldiers of a “war crime” after a Ukrainian serviceman was killed in Crimea.
Arseny Yatseniuk made the