By PBS NewsHour
Since the election last weekend, the Ukraine story seems to have slid off many of the front pages here in the U.S. At the border on the eastern part of the country, however, there have been continued clashes throughout the…
By Larisa Epatko
When Ukrainians vote in Sunday’s presidential elections, monitors will be wary of any signs of intimidation or voter suppression -- a consequence of the violent clashes that preceded the vote.
By News Desk
Pro-Russian rebels attacked a military checkpoint in eastern Ukraine on Thursday, killing 13 Ukrainian soldiers, in one of the most violent incidents of the past few weeks as the country heads toward presidential elections this weekend.
In our news wrap Wednesday, an explosion and fire at a coal mine in Turkey killed at least 70 miners, with an unknown number still trapped. In the U.S., two coal miners were killed in West Virginia when the mine…
More than 20 people were killed in fighting in the Ukrainian town of Mariupol, just before a secession referendum over the weekend. Meanwhile, Russian President Putin made his first trip to the city of Sevastopol since the annexation of Crimea.
Scores of Ukrainian soldiers made their way through the streets of Mariupol with armored personnel carriers as part of an ongoing operation to evict the pro-Russian militias that have taken over government buildings in Eastern Ukraine. For a closer look,…
Amid escalating violence in Ukraine’s east, armed demonstrators ransacked the prosecutor’s office and humiliated police in the city of Donetsk. Meanwhile, Ukraine’s acting president has conceded that Kiev is losing control over the southeast. Judy Woodruff get an update from…
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