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Chocolate king claims victory in Ukraine presidential vote
Chocolate king claims victory in Ukraine presidential vote

Chocolate baron Petro Poroshenko claimed a resounding victory on Sunday in Ukraine's presidential election and immediately vowed to end a bloody pro-Russian uprising that thwarted voting across swathes of the separatist east.

Chocolate king claims victory in Ukraine presidential vote
G7 to impose new sanctions on Russia as Kiev warns of 'world war'
G7 to impose new sanctions on Russia as Kiev warns of 'world war'

The Group of Seven rich countries agreed Saturday to impose new sanctions on Russia over the crisis in Ukraine, after Kiev accused Moscow of seeking to trigger a "third world war".

G7 to impose new sanctions on Russia as Kiev warns of 'world war'
Anti-government protesters and journalists walk on the grounds of the Mezhyhirya residence of Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovich. ©Reuters/Konstantin Chernichkin
Ukraine ushers in new era as president flees

A new era dawned in Ukraine on Sunday as parliament appointed a pro-Western interim leader after ousted president Viktor Yanukovych fled Kiev to escape retribution for a week of deadly carnage.

Ukraine ushers in new era as president flees
Deal signed to end Ukraine crisis; move to free Tymoshenko
Deal signed to end Ukraine crisis; move to free Tymoshenko

Ukraine's embattled leader signed a deal Friday with the opposition in a bid to end the ex-Soviet country's worst crisis since independence after three days of carnage left nearly 100 protesters dead.

Deal signed to end Ukraine crisis; move to free Tymoshenko
Thousands of Ukraine protesters mass outside parliament
Thousands of Ukraine protesters mass outside parliament

Thousands of Ukrainian protesters massed outside parliament in Kiev on Tuesday as lawmakers were set to debate a vote of no confidence in the government over the scrapping of a deal with the European Union.

Thousands of Ukraine protesters mass outside parliament
Dozens wounded as Ukraine police break up rally
Dozens wounded as Ukraine police break up rally

Dozens of protesters were reported wounded in Ukraine's capital early Saturday when police brutally dispersed demonstrators calling for President Viktor Yanukovych's ouster after he failed to salvage an EU deal.

Dozens wounded as Ukraine police break up rally
'Free Ukraine, not me': Tymoshenko urges EU leaders
'Free Ukraine, not me': Tymoshenko urges EU leaders

Jailed opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko called on EU leaders to drop all demands and sign a historic pact with Ukraine without any preconditions at a summit that opens Thursday.

'Free Ukraine, not me': Tymoshenko urges EU leaders
Summit to spotlight EU-Russia row over Soviet-era states
Summit to spotlight EU-Russia row over Soviet-era states

An EU summit designed to draw six ex-Soviet states to the West opens with its ambitions dented Thursday after Ukraine, the biggest of the six, caved into Moscow to hand Europe a mighty "Nyet".

Summit to spotlight EU-Russia row over Soviet-era states
Tymoshenko goes on hunger strike in support of pro-EU protests
Tymoshenko goes on hunger strike in support of pro-EU protests

Jailed Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko went on a hunger strike Tuesday in solidarity with thousands of pro-European protesters outraged with the ex-Soviet state's shock decision to scrap a key EU pact.

Tymoshenko goes on hunger strike in support of pro-EU protests
Pro-EU Ukrainians mass in biggest rally since Orange Revolution
Pro-EU Ukrainians mass in biggest rally since Orange Revolution

Pro-Western Ukrainians on Sunday held the biggest protest rally in Kiev since the 2004 Orange Revolution, urging the government to sign a historic pact with the European Union and clashing with police.

Pro-EU Ukrainians mass in biggest rally since Orange Revolution
©Reuters/Gleb Garanich
West disappointed after Ukraine scraps EU deal

Ukraine on Friday faced accusations from the West it had missed a historic opportunity and caved into Kremlin pressure after the government scrapped plans to sign a deal to deepen trade and political ties with the European Union.

West disappointed after Ukraine scraps EU deal
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Ukraine to debate Tymoshenko bill to save EU deal

Ukraine's parliament on Tuesday was set to debate a bill to let jailed former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko go abroad for treatment in a last-ditch attempt to save a crucial deal with the European Union.

Ukraine to debate Tymoshenko bill to save EU deal
Ukraine talks deadlocked as EU clock ticks down
Ukraine talks deadlocked as EU clock ticks down

Ukraine's parliament on Friday failed to end days of deadlock over legislation that would allow jailed former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko to go abroad for treatment and pave the way for the signing of a key EU accord.

Ukraine talks deadlocked as EU clock ticks down
Ukraine leader pardons Tymoshenko ally under EU pressure
Ukraine leader pardons Tymoshenko ally under EU pressure

Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych pardoned Sunday a close ally of jailed former premier Yulia Tymoshenko as several thousands rallied in Kiev to protest his policies amid rising political tensions.

Ukraine leader pardons Tymoshenko ally under EU pressure
Tymoshenko ends hunger strike: doctors
Tymoshenko ends hunger strike: doctors

Jailed Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko agreed to end her hunger strike, her doctors said, more than two weeks after she began her protest over alleged fraud in polls won by the country's ruling party.

Tymoshenko ends hunger strike: doctors
I fear for my mother's life: Tymoshenko's daughter
I fear for my mother's life: Tymoshenko's daughter

The daughter of Ukraine's jailed opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko said she cannot talk her out of her hunger strike and wakes every day fearing for her mother's life.

I fear for my mother's life: Tymoshenko's daughter
US leads concern at Ukraine vote, ruling party set to win
US leads concern at Ukraine vote, ruling party set to win

The United States and international observers said Ukraine's elections were a step backwards for democracy as the ruling party was set to win against allies of jailed ex-premier Yulia Tymoshenko.

US leads concern at Ukraine vote, ruling party set to win
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Tymoshenko: Ukraine vote 'rigged' before it has even begun

Ukraine's upcoming elections have been rigged before they have even begun and the West must act to prevent the demise of its democracy.

Tymoshenko: Ukraine vote 'rigged' before it has even begun
Jailed ex-PM Tymoshenko loses Ukraine appeal
Jailed ex-PM Tymoshenko loses Ukraine appeal

Ukraine's high court on Wednesday rejected jailed ex-premier Yulia Tymoshenko's appeal of her abuse of power conviction despite threats of being cut off from Western nations that view the case as political.

Jailed ex-PM Tymoshenko loses Ukraine appeal
Yulia Tymoshenko. ©RIA Novosti
Divided Ukraine awaits Tymoshenko appeal ruling

Ukraine's high court rules Wednesday on former premier Yulia Tymoshenko's appeal against her seven-year jailing on charges the West views as President Viktor Yanukovych's political revenge.

Divided Ukraine awaits Tymoshenko appeal ruling

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