Ukraine is the largest Country in Europe. It has a population of around 45,000.
The Ukraine is split between pro-Russian sentiment in the east and those favoring closer ties to the EU in the west.
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A third police officer has died after clashes outside the Ukrainian parliament the previous day. It was the worst violence in Kiev in more than a year. But the east of the country is seeing a halt in fighting for the first time in months.
The long-violated Minsk agreement between Ukraine and pro-Russian separatists appears to be holding as the new school year begins. Yesterday Ukraine's capital was hit by deadly riots over a "decentralization" bill.
One police officer has been killed and more than 100 others injured in clashes with protesters in Kyiv. The unrest comes after lawmakers voted on a constitutional amendment to help end the conflict in eastern Ukraine.
Dozens of people have been injured in an explosion and clashes outside of the Ukrainian parliament. The trouble broke out as lawmakers voted on a constitutional amendment to help end the fighting in the country's east.
Ukraine has harvested a record-high grain crop despite difficult conditions in the country.
Foreign investors are paying a high cost to cultivate the crops, but since the weather has played along, their efforts are paying off.
A number of people have been injured in an explosion outside of the Ukrainian parliament in Kyiv. This came as lawmakers met to pass constitutional amendment meant to end the fighting in the east of the country.
F-22 fighter jets have arrived at a US Air Force base in western Germany. The US Air Force has confirmed that the "Raptor" fleet landed at the military base to take part in upcoming NATO exercises.
Poland's newly elected president was in Berlin today for talks on how to handle the migration crisis. But Andrzej Duda pointed out Poland has its own problem to cope with: an influx of refugees fleeing the conflict in neighboring Ukraine.
A long way from home: Refugees in Macedonia, an Afghan exiled in Germany and a Ukrainian film director sentenced to 20 years in a Russian prison. All that plus the immigrant workforce which rebuilt New Orleans and the Europeans seeking a better life in Chile
Ukrainian government is desperately trying to avoid default as it struggles with the costs of fighting war in Eastern Ukraine. Kyiv now says it has reached an agreement with its international creditors. A crucial step towards stability, officials say.
Ukraine said it has reached a crucial debt restructuring agreement that will see lenders accept a 20-percent principal write-down and keep global markets open to the cash-strapped ex-Soviet state.
Kyiv and pro-Russian separatists in its east have agreed to end all violations to the peace deal that was signed in Minsk earlier this year. Both sides blame each other for the ongoing violence.
A Russian court sentenced Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov to 20 years in prison over alleged arson attacks on pro-Kremlin party offices in Crimea. Co-defendant Alexander Kolchenko was sentenced to 10 years for taking part in the attacks.
The planned deployment of advanced F-22 fighter jets to Europe sends a clear signal to Russia and Eastern Europe of Washington's concern about the situation in Ukraine. But the move is also significant militarily.
A Russian court has sentenced Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov to 20 years in prison on terrorism charges. DW's Juri Rescheto says that if the court meant to instill fear in Russians, it missed the mark.