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Comedian ahead in unpredictable Ukraine presidential poll
A Ukrainian comedian who plays the country's president in a TV series is currently the favorite to take on the real-life role in this spring's election, recent polls show.
IMF board approves new Ukraine loan package, releases $1.4b immediately
The International Monetary Fund executive board on Tuesday gave final approval to a new loan package for Ukraine and released $1.4 billion for immediate use.
US conducts 'extraordinary' flight over Ukraine: Pentagon
The US military has announced that it conducted an "extraordinary” observation flight "to reaffirm US commitment to Ukraine" amid Russia-Ukraine tensions.
Ukraine bars entry to Russian males
Ukraine on Friday banned Russian men of combat age from entering the country, a move introduced under martial law after Russia fired on and captured three Ukrainian naval ships off Crimea last weekend.
Russia blocks Ukrainian Azov Sea ports: minister
Two Ukrainian Azov Sea ports, Berdyansk and Mariupol, are effectively under blockade by Russia as vessels are being barred from leaving and entering, Ukraine’s infrastructure minister, Volodymyr Omelyan, said on Thursday.
Ukraine accuses Russia of seeking ‘to rebuild empire’
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of planning to rebuild “the old Russian Empire” in the midst of tensions between Kiev and Moscow over the seizure of three Ukrainian vessels in Russia’s territorial waters in the Sea of Azov
Putin accuses Ukraine president of plotting naval clash to boost ratings
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday accused Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko of orchestrating a naval "provocation" in the Black Sea at the weekend in order to boost his flagging popularity ratings before an election next year.
European politicians call for new sanctions on Russia over Ukraine crisis
The European Union says it will consider further sanctions against Russia next month following the seizure of three intruding Ukrainian military vessels in Russian waters.
Russia-Ukraine tensions soar after confrontation at sea
Moscow and Kiev were facing their worst crisis in years on Monday as Ukraine and its Western allies demanded the release of three ships fired on and seized by Russia near Crimea.
Russia, Ukraine in Black Sea naval standoff
Russia and Ukraine accused each other of breaking international law on Sunday after Russian border guards tried and failed to stop two Ukrainian armored artillery vessels circumnavigating Crimea en route to a Ukrainian port.
Ukraine launches large-scale air exercises with NATO countries
Ukraine has begun a series of large-scale air force exercises with the United States and other NATO countries, the Defense Ministry says.
Ukraine to raise rates as hryvnia weakens
Ukraine’s central bank will raise its key interest rate today as the weakening hryvnia currency could stoke inflation and the prospect of more foreign aid remains uncertain, a monthly poll of analysts showed on Wednesday.
Grave of female Scythian warrior found in Ukraine
Ukrainian TV Channel, ZIK has reported the discovery of a burial of a female Scythian warrior — who is thought to have been part of the fierce all-female tribe of Amazons mentioned by the Greek epic writers and then the historian Herodotus.
Iranian film critic to head Ukraine's Dytiatko jury
Iranian film critic Hamed Soleimanzadeh was selected to serve in the international panel of jury in the First Dytiatko International Children's Television Festival in Ukraine.

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