A prosthetic limb maker in Kyiv is helping victims of the low-level war in eastern Ukraine. Their stories tell of its horrors. Ukrainian troops have been fighting pro-Russian separatists in the Donbass for over four years.
Agniezska Holland's Berlinale film revisits the Holodomor, the man-made famine that killed millions of Ukrainians in 1933. Reporter Gareth Jones broke the story that Soviets tried to hide and other journalists denied.
According to a draft bill, Russian observers will be excluded from all future elections in Ukraine. The OSCE has misgivings, experts are torn between appreciation and criticism – and have offered a solution.
Ukraine's new Orthodox church, backed by President Petro Poroshenko, who is up for re-election, has enthroned its leading cleric. Moscow is fuming over Kyiv's break after three centuries of Russian Orthodox influence.
A court in Kyiv has sentenced the former president of Ukraine to more than a decade for high treason. Yanukovych, thought to be living in exile in Russia, was tried in absentia in what his lawyers called a PR stunt.
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