It all started on Maidan Square. In fall 2013, Ukrainians took to the streets of Kyiv to topple the government. Many activists have now returned to their old lives, but others have taken the place of those they forced to step down.
He's a parliamentarian, a top equestrian and a socialite. But Ukraine's judiciary says he is also a crook, accusing Oleksandr Onyshchenko of illegal enrichment. Now it appears he's making a life for himself in Germany.
The two countries' troubled past has come to the fore following Kyiv's ban on the exhumation of Poles killed in Ukraine during WWII. A Ukraine official who reportedly pushed for the ban has been denied entry into Poland.
A Russian man has been arrested in Ukraine for the murder 13 years ago of a US journalist working for Forbes magazine in Moscow. Three people charged with Klebnikov's murder in 2006 were acquitted.
A powerful detonation in Kyiv has killed at one person and injured a member of the Ukrainian parliament Ihor Mosiychuk, as well a political analyst. Preliminary reports point to a bomb attached to a motorcycle.
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