More than a dozen Ukrainian police officers were injured during a clash with far-right protesters at a campaign even for Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Saturday
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
Dozens of Ukrainian nationalists gathered outside the Russian consulate general in Kharkiv on Monday to protest Russia's aggression at Ukrainian vessels in the Black Sea.
The conflict in eastern Ukraine has caused thousands of victims and disrupted civilians' lives. But in that region, people also want to look at the future. Stories of resilience from the East.
How are Ukrainian football fans reacting to the World Cup hosted by Russia — are they tuning in and is it possible to watch matches in public across the country?
Police make more than 100 arrests following raid on protester camp in Kyiv.
Security forces moved in to clear a protest camp set up by supporters of opposition leader and former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili
Anti-government protesters in Kiev have begun to build a protest camp in front of Ukraine's parliament building
Russia gives Crimean Tatar leader eight years jail in, say critics, a travesty of a trial.
Thousands of nationalists have rallied in Kiev in a so called ‘‘Dignity’‘ march demanding a purge of Ukraine’s current government.
EU foreign ministers plan to keep sanctions in place against Russia over the conflict in Ukraine.
Thousands of Ukrainians have marked the third anniversary of the deadly Euromaidan protests.
Ukrainian television station Inter has been forced to make an outside broadcast after its studios caught fire amid a protest in Kyiv.
More than a thousand people have joined a march in the Ukrainian capital Kyiv, to mark the 107th anniversary of the birth of nationalist Stepan
Violent clashes erupted and grenades were thrown as opponents of a bill granting greater autonomy to Russian-backed separatists is denounced by nationalists.
Protesters have taken to the streets of Kiev, to call for more transparency about the make-up of their utility bills. They demanded clearer
Lights filled the sky but the mood was sombre in Kyiv’s Independence Square on Friday (February 20). Ukrainians gathered to mark the first
Shards of light stretched up into the sky in central Kyiv on Friday evening in honour of more than 100 people who died during the bloodiest days of
One year ago Maidan Square in Kyiv transformed from a protest site into a killing ground. Over three days up to 100 people were shot dead as riot
Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko has thanked the European Union for its support to end armed hostilities in eastern Ukraine.
As the ceasefire was announced in Minsk members of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic held a rally in front of the rebel administration
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk has called on pro-Russian rebels to fulfill a ceasefire agreement reached in September. He spoke as
As the first anniversary of Ukraine’s Maidan pro-democracy uprising approaches, and ten years since the Orange Revolution, impatience over
Protesters have torn down a statue of Russian revolutionary Lenin in eastern Ukraine – a move unlikely to help an already fragile ceasefire.
“I live 500 metres from Maidan” with these words Ukrainian writer Andrey Kurkov begins his account of the revolutionary events that took place in
Europe has decided not to hit Russia harder with financial and trade sanctions in response to Moscow’s moves on Ukraine. But the European Union has