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Moscow court extends detention of 4 Ukrainian sailors until April 24
Istanbul's Ecumenical Patriarch signed a degree to grant independence to the Orthodox church of Ukraine.
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."
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Here is our round-up of key stories from around Europe today.
Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko has accused Russian president Vladimir Putin of avoiding negotiations to release Ukrainian sailors captured last month
Ukrainian film director, imprisoned in Russia, was awarded the Sakharov Prize 2018 for Freedom of Thought
The Brief: EU sanctions, CEU legal steps and fighting disinformation
Ukraine-Russia: EU 'extremely concerned', Kyiv calls for sanctions
Good Morning Europe
Shipments from the Azov sea have resumed in Ukraine after Russia decided to partially unblock two critical Ukrainian ports — Mariupol and Berdyansk.
The meeting comes as Ukraine seeks support against Russian naval attacks in Kerch Strait.
Many international medical organisations have been banned from delivering aid due to the conflict in the country, leaving a shortage of medicines.
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?
Russian lawmaker says his country is "not interested in military confrontation with Ukraine," amid ongoing standoff
What do Ukrainians think of rising Russian-Ukraine tensions?
US President Donald Trump says he has cancelled an upcoming meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin because of the Russia-Ukraine standoff.
Too soon or a choice to make now? Could Kyiv be welcomed into the military alliance?
President Petro Poroshenko of Ukraine has urged Nato to deploy ships to the Sea of Azov after Russia seized Ukrainian naval vessels and crews off Crimea.
The Raw Politics panel tonight discusses the possibility of war between Ukraine and Russia, but with one question remaining: how should Europe react?