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By PBS NewsHour
Victoria Pidlisetska is a Ukrainian living in Los Angeles who rarely puts down her phone as she waits to hear from family and friends stranded back home in Ukraine. Her parents spend most of their time in a bomb shelter…
By Jim Heintz, Yuras Karmanau, Vladimir Isachenkov, Dasha Litvinova, Associated Press
Russia renewed its assault Wednesday on Ukraine's second-largest city in a pounding that lit up the skyline with balls of fire over populated areas, even as both sides said they were ready to resume talks aimed at stopping the new…
By Associated Press
A Russia military strike on Tuesday hit the center of Ukraine’s second-largest city, killing at least six people as it badly damaged the symbolic Soviet-era regional administration building.
By Yuras Karmanau, Jim Heintz, Vladimir Isachenkov, Dasha Litvinova, Associated Press
Ukraine’s president accused Moscow of a blatant campaign of terror and vowed: “Nobody will forgive. Nobody will forget.”…
By Kayla Ruble
Triggered in part by a security officer's death, Ukraine's acting president Oleksander Turchinov said on Sunday that the country's armed forces were planning to launch a "full-scale anti-terrorist operation" against the pro-Russian forces in eastern Ukraine.
Ukrainian security forces managed to regain power in Kharkiv, yet pro-Russian demonstrators have held onto control of government buildings in two other cities in the country’s east. Chief foreign correspondent Margaret Warner joins Judy Woodruff to discuss the swift pro-Russian…
In a vote on Sunday, the Ukrainian parliament named its speaker and top opposition member Oleksander Turchinov as interim president.
Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and his administration abandoned government buildings in Kiev on Saturday. The embattled president accused the opposition of conducting a coup.
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