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Volunteers of the new Ukrainian army train to defend their country
Dozens of army volunteers are being trained in Kyiv by specialist Ukrainian instructors to be combat-ready as the Russian invasion continues.
100 days of war: The rise and resilience of Ukraine's tech sector
Euronews Next spoke to Ukrainian tech executives to find out how the sector has adapted to the conflict.
Ukraine's first President Leonid Kravchuk dies aged 88
Kravchuk was a driving force in Ukraine’s declaration of independence from the Soviet Union in 1991.
Russia talks with Ukraine 'only for show': Former foreign minister
Andrei Kozyrev, who served as Boris Yeltsin's foreign minister between 1990 and 1996, said that Vladimir Putin only undestands force.
Ukrainians mark eighth anniversary of Maidan revolutionary protests
Maidan revolution: Ukrainians mark anniversary of 2014 protests that ousted pro-Russian leader
Kyiv hails 'largest' diplomatic and military support amid crisis
"Military and technical assistance to Ukraine is the largest, most valuable and continues to arrive," said President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
Fears of Russian invasion at centre of Ukrainian war drama 'Klondike'
"There was this dream that Europe and the world wouldn’t close its eyes and not see what was happening in Ukraine, they would do something," director Maryna Er Gorbach tells Euronews.
Putin fears Ukrainian freedom and democracy, not NATO | View
Europe and the US must not play into Putin's hands by turning the current crisis into a tussle between geopolitical entities. This is and has always been about Ukraine's absolute right to freedom and self-determination, writes Oleksandr Sushko of the International Renaissance Foundation in Ukraine.
Kyiv court freezes former Ukrainian president Poroshenko's assets
Poroshenko has been indicted for high treason over his involvement in trading coal with the separatists in the eastern Ukrainian breakaway region of Donbas.
Open to corruption? Ukraine's new crypto law is dividing opinion
A new law in Ukraine seeks to legalise cryptocurrencies, a first step on its path to a crypto-inclusive future. Not everyone approves.
Russian troop build-up 'connected' to Belarus border crisis: Ukraine
In an interview with Euronews, Denys Shmyhal denounces Russian's intervention and attempts to derail Ukraine's bid for EU membership.
Ukraine sends 8,500 troops to its Belarus border over migrants fear
The Belarus-Poland border crisis has sparked fears in Kyiv that migrants will soon be sent Ukraine's way.
With Europe's second-worst vaccine rate, Ukraine suffers COVID surge
Only about 15% of the population of Ukraine is fully vaccinated, Europe’s lowest level after Armenia.
Would a bid for the Winter Olympics put Ukraine on thin ice?
Experts say Ukraine has budget problems, a war with pro-Russian separatists in the east of the country and many poor people to take care of. So is now a good time to bid for an Olympics?
Ukraine celebrates 30 years of independence amid tensions with Russia
On Tuesday Ukraine marks 30 years of independence from the Soviet Union, amid tense relations with Russia. Watch the parade once again in the media player.
For Ukraine's female soldiers, armed conflict is not the only danger
Many women want to be posted to frontline positions, but face the risk of sexism and assault once they are there.
Blinken meets Zelenskyy, urging Russia to stop 'aggressive actions'
By visiting so early in his tenure, before any trip to Russia, Antony Blinken is signaling that Ukraine is a high foreign-policy priority for President Joe Biden's administration.
Ukraine's president tests positive for COVID-19
"Most (people) are overcoming COVID-19," said Ukraine's president, after testing positive. "I'm going to get through it too."
Ukraine votes: Local elections prove setback for Volodymyr Zelenskyy
Widespread corruption and worsening living standards have seen support for the president's party fall to 17%, down from a high of 43% in last year's parliament elections.
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Zelenskyy: 'high chance' of ending war in Ukraine 'this year'.
In an exclusive interview for Global Conservation with Euronews Correspondent Sasha Vakulina, Ukraine President Vlodoymyr Zelenskyy has said there is a 'high chance' of ending the conflict in the country's east 'this year'
Watch: Thousands march in Kyiv to mark Ukraine Independence Day
The annual event marks the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1991.
Corruption in Ukraine: Is time running out to reform the country?
Former government ministers and officials have voiced their concerns about the future direction of Ukraine. With anti-corruption reforms hanging in the balance, is the window for change closing?
Ukraine's central bank chief quits over 'political pressure'
Yakiv Smolii's resignation is raising concerns about the central bank's independence and the continuation of a much-needed IMF bailout.
'We need new brains': MPs vote to oust Ukraine's prime minister
Denys Shmygal is Ukraine's new prime minister after MPs voted to accept the resignation of Oleksiy Honcharuk.
Ukraine: Zelensky reforms stir concerns of centralising power
The Ukrainian opposition is concerned about new reforms in the country. They fear the president and his party are centralising power, which could be dangerous in the long run. Experts also criticise some steps by the government but say previous governments acted similarly.
Ukraine's president rejects resignation of his prime minister
PM Oleksiy Honcharuk announced he was going to quit earlier on Friday after being caught on tape criticising Zelenskyi and saying he knew nothing about the economy. But Zelenskyi has rejected the resignation.