European Union makes Ukraine a candidate for joining the 27-nation bloc as the Russian military expands its grab of territory in eastern Ukraine on the 120th day of the armed conflict.
Russia threatens to turn off its gas taps to Europe, opening up a new front in its assault on Ukraine amid growing scepticism over Moscow's claim it is scaling back its onslaught – now in its 37th day.
Russia continues with its Ukraine offensive as its soldiers close in on capital Kiev, drawing condemnations and expansive economic sanctions from the West. Follow our live updates:
Denis Pushilin and Leonid Pasechnik came into the spotlight after Russia recognised the self-proclaimed republics. Here's a quick look at the two leaders and their likely Russian ties.
Tehran finds itself in a geopolitical, economic, and diplomatic bind.
Ukrainian authorities urged people to stay at home and not panic after Russia began a 'military operation' in eastern Ukraine.
In a moot effort to cling to its hegemony and keep NATO relevant, Washington has, in turn, allowed the invasion to happen.
Ukrainians have been used to cycles of escalation and de-escalation since 2014. As the conflict enters its eighth year, over half are willing to put up armed or civil resistance.
Russia's major aim is to destabilise Ukraine from within but a major military escalation by Kremlin is unlikely at the moment, Kiev's top security official says.
There are growing signs that the leaders in Donbass are trying to build an identity that separates them from both Ukraine and Russia. What does this mean for the future of the conflict?
Moscow is using the crisis in Ukraine to secure leverage. Here’s what the West needs to do to counter it.
Turkey-made Bayraktar TB2 drone was used to force separatists halt fire after killing of a soldier, says Ukrainian military.
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