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The European Union says the asset freezes it has imposed against 18 people held responsible for embezzling state funds in Ukraine include the country's ousted President Viktor Yanukovych. The 28-nation bloc revealed the names of those targeted by its
Last year, when Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski went to Kiev for talks, his Ukrainian counterparts reportedly laughed at him because he was wearing a cheap Japanese watch. Several Ukrainian ministers had watches that cost more than $30,000.
Russia will provide Ukraine with a new $2bn (£1.2bn) tranche of aid "this week", Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov has said. In December, Moscow pledged $15bn to back Ukraine's struggling economy, but so far only $3bn has been transferred.
Anti-government demonstrators rallied in Ukraine's capital Sunday as opposition leaders warned that President Viktor Yanukovych is leading the nation toward default. Thousands of people gathered in Kiev's Independence Square to demand snap elections
EU Parliament's resolution on gay rights and the "principle of subsidiarity Does the EU really encourage gay marriages, and would it force member states to do the same? In December, the former Ukrainian, anti-EU, premier Mykola Azarov warned that in
Ukraine's opposition MPs are expected to push for laws that will reduce the power of the president, as parliament begins a new term on Tuesday. They are expected to call for a return to an earlier constitution that would give parliament greater
The announcement comes a day after the country's parliament approved an amnesty bill for anti-government protesters in an extraordinary session. A top legislator announced that all factions had approved the amnesty law, but opposition leaders dispute
Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich went on sick leave on Thursday after a bruising session of parliament, leaving a political vacuum in a country threatened with bankruptcy and destabilized by anti-government protests. The 63-year-old president
What the new anti-protest laws meant for Euromaidan protesters at a glance. Translated infographic from Den daily by Euromaidan PR, used with permission. The Ukrainian Parliament voted on January 28, 2014 to revoke nine of the 11 controversial so-
The official noted that more urgent question concerns resuming financing of undermanned law enforcement bodies. "Our law enforcement bodies are undermanned by 14%, including lack of district police officers (1500 men), patrol officers, field officers,