A top U.S. official has met with the Ukrainian foreign minister in New York to discuss “cooperative efforts against Russia’s malign influence,” among other things, the State Department says.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says he wants a more constructive relationship with Russia, even as the alliance is taking steps to respond to Moscow's increasing assertiveness.
Watch what happens when illegal loggers are caught red-handed in the forests of Ukraine -- where their activities are a huge illegal industry. (Video courtesy of Hromadske)
Pirates off the coast of Nigeria have kidnapped 12 crew members of a Swiss vessel, including workers from Philippines, Slovenia, Ukraine, Romania, Croatia, and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Ukraine’s “Revolution of Dignity” comes to life in this virtual reality simulation.
The law passed by western Lviv's regional council places a moratorium on all Russian-language books, films and music in the region, a move one Western ambassador called "narrow-minded."
Protesters tried to force their way into the parliament building in Kyiv, during a demonstration to ease rules on Ukrainian citizenship for foreigners who fought against Russia-backed separatists.
Ukrainian lawmakers have voted to submit draft bills that would enshrine Ukraine’s course toward Euro-Atlantic integration in the constitution to the country’s top court.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has warned that there is a risk of international sanctions imposed on Russia for its actions in Ukraine being eased.
Ukraine says it will officially notify Russia on September 21 that it will not extend its treaty of friendship, cooperation, and partnership with Moscow.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has ordered the Ukrainian government not to access any data from the cell phone of RFE/RL investigative reporter Natalia Sedletska.
New claims by Russia about the shooting down of a Malaysian airliner over Ukraine in 2014 have been met with widespread skepticism.