Chisinau's electoral mess and resulting protests dealt another blow to Moldova's democratic development. Could they also be a precursor to trouble with parliamentary elections?
The head of Ukraine's cyberpolice has claimed that Russian hackers are infecting computer systems of Ukrainian firms with malware to establish "back doors" for a large-scale coordinated attack.
Russian police early on June 27 said they received multiple bomb threats in the World Cup host city of Rostov-on-Don, prompting the evacuation of bars and restaurants across the city, but no explosives were found.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and other leaders have been "sentenced" to life imprisonment – by unrecognized separatists in Luhansk.
A jailed Ukrainian activist is expected to be released after a court in Russian-controlled Crimea shortened and suspended his politically charged prison sentence.
Attackers struck another group of Romany campers amid an escalating trend in Ukraine, leaving one man dead.
Police in Kyiv say that officers have been put on alert after the son of a Libyan diplomat was kidnapped in the Ukrainian capital.
She fought for justice in her sister's killing and earned a rare victory. But Iryna Nozdrovska's own demise is a powerful symbol of deep and lasting failures in Ukraine.
Ukrainian police say seven people have been arrested in western Ukraine in connection with a deadly overnight attack on a Roma camp in a forest on the outskirts of Lviv
The health of jailed Ukrainian film director Oleh Sentsov, who has been on hunger strike for almost 40 days in a Russian penal colony, is "very weak" and deteriorating, his lawyer says.
The government of Ukraine has added 30 legal entities and 14 individuals to its blacklist of those sanctioned over Russia's annexation of Crimea and Moscow's backing of a separatist campaign in eastern Ukraine.
The mother of a jailed Crimean Tatar man says she has started a hunger strike, calling on the Russian authorities to release her son, who was convicted of terrorism charges.