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    Klitschko reelected Kyiv mayor in run-off ballot
    Nov16

    Klitschko reelected Kyiv mayor in run-off ballot

    Ukrainian politician and boxing star Vitali Klitschko has managed to keep his position as the mayor of Kyiv, according to election officials. The 44-year old athlete was among the leaders of the Maidan movement. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Seven dead in Slovakia helicopter crash
    Nov14

    Seven dead in Slovakia helicopter crash

    At least seven people have been killed in a helicopter crash in a remote part of eastern Slovakia. Authorities said the craft had taken off from Ukraine and was being used by people smugglers to illegally enter the EU. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russian officers on trial in Kyiv after Donbass arrest
    Nov10

    Russian officers on trial in Kyiv after Donbass arrest

    For the first time, two Russian officers accused of fighting for separatists are on trial in Ukraine. Kyiv is hoping to prove Russia’s military presence in the country’s east. Moscow has distanced itself from the men. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Poroshenko: ‘I’m sure about the unity of the EU and its solidarity with Ukraine’
    Nov10

    Poroshenko: ‘I’m sure about the unity of the EU and its solidarity with Ukraine’

    In an exclusive interview with DW, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko comments on the continuing fighting in Ukraine despite an official ceasefire and discusses Ukraine’s chance of becoming a NATO member. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Poroshenko: Fully cooperating on Minsk
    Nov06

    Poroshenko: Fully cooperating on Minsk

    Ahead of Friday’s meeting in Berlin of foreign ministers from Germany, France, Russia and Ukraine on implantation of the Minsk Agreement, the Ukrainian president said Kyiv was living up to its commitments. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Eastern Ukraine: A difficult return to Donetsk
    Nov05

    Eastern Ukraine: A difficult return to Donetsk

    More people can be seen on the streets of Donetsk these days. Since the fighting has stopped, many refugees are returning to eastern Ukraine but they are still confronted with many problems. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine: Poroshenko’s stormy autumn
    Nov04

    Ukraine: Poroshenko’s stormy autumn

    The arrest of an opposition politician threatens to throw Ukraine into a domestic political crisis. President Poroshenko says it is about fighting corruption, but some government parties warn of ‘selective justice.’ …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Re-integrate Donbass? No, thanks!
    Oct30

    Re-integrate Donbass? No, thanks!

    While the Ukrainian leadership tries to implement the Minsk agreement, opposition to a re-integration of separatist-controlled areas is growing. Experts warn of a new internal political crisis. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia arrests head of Ukrainian library for anti-Russian propaganda
    Oct29

    Russia arrests head of Ukrainian library for anti-Russian propaganda

    Russia has detained the head a Ukrainian library in Moscow on charges of inciting hatred. The arrest marks a further low point in Ukraine-Russia relations. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine elections comply with democratic standards: OSCE
    Oct26

    Ukraine elections comply with democratic standards: OSCE

    Observers have said the elections in government-held areas were democratic, but also could use improvement. The elections are a test for the current president, who faces criticism for austerity measures and corruption. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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