The Ukrainian governement has halted work on a landmark free trade agreement with the European Union after voting against the release of former Prime Minister, Yulia Tymoshenko.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has joined EU officials to sign a landmark trade deal in Brussels. The deal, seven years in the making, was held up last week amid opposition from a Belgian region.
The expatriated opposition politician's return to Ukraine has placed the fragile political stability under severe pressure. His conflict with President Poroshenko is escalating.
In a series of Tweets, Donald Trump renewed fire at his Attorney General Jeff Sessions, seemingly next on the president's chopping block. He also alleged that Ukraine aided Clinton's presidential campaign.
European foreign ministers have met in Brussels to determine the best course of action for a Trump presidency. Trade deals, relations with Russia and the US commitment to NATO all hang in the balance.
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