Civilians endured months of shelling on the front lines in the war in eastern Ukraine. Now international aid is supposed to help them rebuild while fighting still rages further south.
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.
The crisis in Ukraine was the impetus for NATO to reinvent itself, but is the alliance sufficiently invested in resolving the conflict itself? No one will declare the Minsk Agreement dead, but it's hard to find a pulse.
Germany's top spy, Bruno Kahl, has delivered a dramatic warning about Russia's military ambitions in the European Union. But some analysts think that such alarmism only plays into the Kremlin's hands.
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.
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