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Russia, Ukraine swap prisoners in landmark step to ease tensions
Russia and Ukraine carried out a long-awaited swap of 70 prisoners on Saturday, in a deal hailed by President Volodymyr Zelensky as a "first step" toward ending their conflict.
Rouhani: Iran eager to broaden ties with Ukraine
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani offered his congratulations to Ukraine on its Independence Day, hoping for the expansion of ties between Tehran and Kiev.
Russia warns Ukraine of ‘consequences’ after tanker seized
Russia warns Ukraine that it will soon face “consequences” after the latter seized a Russian oil tanker, claiming it had been involved in a November naval confrontation with Kiev.
Ukraine votes as Putin says Russians, Ukrainians ‘one people’
Ukrainians on Sunday went to the polls to elect a new parliament as comedian-turned-president Volodymyr Zelensky seeks to bring in political novices and consolidate his power.
Putin hints at rapprochement with Ukraine on eve of vote
Virtually on the eve of Ukraine’s parliamentary elections, the Kremlin released comments by President Vladimir Putin, saying that the two countries will mend ties despite their five-year conflict.
Russia's Putin discusses ending conflict in eastern Ukraine with president Zelenskiy
Russian President Vladimir Putin has discussed settling the long-running conflict in eastern Ukraine with the country’s new president Volodymyr Zelenskiy, in their first telephone conversation initiated by Kiev.
Fire in Ukraine psychiatric clinic kills 6
Six people died in a fire in a municipal psychiatric clinic in the southern Ukrainian port of Odessa that started late on Monday (June 10), according to Ukraine's emergencies service.
ICJ lacks jurisdiction over case on Ukraine’s pro-Russians, Crimea’s ethnic group: Moscow
Russia says the International Court of Justice (ICJ) lacks jurisdiction over a case filed by neighboring Ukraine against Moscow over its purported funding of pro-Russian separatists in volatile eastern Ukraine and alleged discrimination against an ethnic group in the Crimea Peninsula.
Russia says new Ukraine president’s rhetoric not helpful
Russia says the rhetoric of Ukraine’s new president, Volodymyr Zelensky, to call for more American sanctions on Moscow will not help Kiev end a persisting war in Ukraine’s industrial east.
Ukraine's new President Zelensky says cease-fire first priority
Ukraine's new President Volodymyr Zelensky on Monday used his inaugural speech to announce his first priority was ending the five-year conflict with pro-Russia forces in the east of the country that has claimed over 13,000 lives.
Ukraine overcomes Iran concerns to see corn export sales bloom
Ukraine’s corn exporters appear to have resolved some of the concerns around trading with Iran as trade sources see a rush of cargoes heading to the Middle East country in a final flourish for the record-breaking Ukrainian crop.
Iran congratulates Ukraine on successful elections
Comedian Zelensky wins presidency in landslide
Ukraine vote rivals take drug tests in growing media spectacle
Ukrainian leader, Petro Poroshenko, and comedian, Volodymyr Zelensky, took drug tests on Friday ahead of their election runoff as the country's presidential race becomes increasingly sensational.
Ukraine: Two NATO ships dock in Odessa
Two NATO ships, frigate Toronto of the Royal Canadian Navy and frigate Santa Maria from the Spanish Navy, arrived in the port of Odessa on Monday after patrolling in the Black Sea.
Comedian tops 1st round of Ukraine’s pres. race, set to face Poroshenko in run-off: Early results
Volodymyr Zelenskiy, a comedian with no political experience, has taken a strong lead in the first round of Ukraine’s presidential race after securing almost twice the vote share of his main contender, incumbent Petro Poroshenko, early results show.

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