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US seeks to block investment deal between China, Ukrainian aerospace company
US National Security advisor John Bolton is reportedly seeking to block a China's investment in a Ukrainian aerospace company, in an apparent attempt at countering Beijing’s growing military capabilities.
Ukrainian president-elect calls for talks with IMF on lower gas prices
Ukrainian President-elect Volodymyr Zelenskiy on Wednesday called on the government and state energy company Naftogaz to hold talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on lowering household gas prices from May 1.
Russia's seizure of Ukrainian ships lawful: Kremlin
The Kremlin has defended Russia's seizure of three Ukrainian navy ships off the coast of Crimea, saying the move was lawful and in strict accordance with international and domestic regulations.
Five Ukrainian soldiers killed in rebel east: Ministry
Five Ukrainian soldiers were killed and seven wounded in the country's rebel east Thursday in an attempt to hold back an assault by separatist forces, Ukraine's defense ministry said.
Moscow court gives Ukrainian journalist 12 years for espionage
A court in Russia has sentenced a Ukrainian journalist to 12 years in prison after convicting him of spying for his native country, a move that could further sour ties between Moscow and Kiev.
Ukrainian prosecutors demand house arrest for Saakashvili
Ukrainian prosecutors on Monday sought house arrest for former Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili, who is accused by the Ukrainian authorities of trying to stage a coup sponsored by Russia.
‘Charisma of Iran’ draws Ukrainian attention
The first exhibition of Persian art of 12th to 19th centuries titled ‘Charisma of Iran’ opened at Bohdan and Varvara Khanenko National Museum of Arts, Kiev.
Saakashvili leads mass anti-government rally in Ukrainian capital
Former Georgian president and Ukrainian governor Mikhail Saakashvili has led a mass anti-government rally in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev.
Saakashvili’s Ukrainian border breach sparks row as president slams ex-governor
The Ukrainian president has lambasted former Georgian leader and Ukrainian governor Mikheil Saakashvili for illegally crossing into Ukraine to reclaim his citizenship.
Russia arrests 'Ukrainian agent' in Crimea during act of sabotage
Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) has detained an alleged Ukrainian agent who was planning acts of sabotage in the Black Sea Crimean Peninsula.
Attacker kills 2 Ukrainian tourists in Egypt resort town
At least two Ukrainian women tourists were killed and four other foreigners injured in mass stabbings at a hotel in the Red Sea resort town of Hurghada, Egypt's Interior Ministry and security sources say.
Ukrainian MPs vote to back NATO membership
Ukraine's parliament has voted to back attempts by the crisis-torn ex-Soviet nation to seek NATO membership, a move set to heighten tensions with Russia.
Russia gives ex-head of Ukrainian library four-year suspended sentence
A court in Moscow has convicted the former head of a Ukrainian library of inciting anti-Russia propaganda, a charge that she rejected as politically-motivated.
Ukrainian sabotage group detained in Crimea: Russia
Russia says it has arrested a group of Ukrainian saboteurs suspected of planning attacks against military sites and vital infrastructure in the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea.
French President Hollande urges detailed road map on Ukrainian conflict
French President Francois Hollande has called for a detailed road map for the settlement of the Ukrainian conflict.

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