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By Yuras Karmanau, Associated Press
Bells tolled 30 times in Kiev on Tuesday, once for each year since the world's worst nuclear disaster. Fallout from Chernobyl haunts Europe: It’s estimated that long-term radiation effects will claim at least 9,000 lives. Science correspondent Miles O'Brien offers…
By PBS NewsHour
As another Eastern Ukraine cease-fire is tested and protests test the government in Kiev, chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner joins Judy Woodruff for an update on the diplomacy behind the scenes, the possibility of a negotiated settlement and how…
In Eastern Ukraine, the return to school provided an occasion for a cease-fire that started Tuesday. But a day later the temporary peace was violated, when a Ukrainian army vehicle was ambushed near Luhansk. Now in the second year of…
For the latest on the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, Alan Cullison of the Wall Street Journal joins Hari Sreenivasan via Skype from Kiev.
As Kiev accuses Russia of an outright invasion, Hari Sreenivasan gets a closer look at rising tensions on the ground from The New York Times’s Andrew Kramer, reporting from Donetsk. Then Jeffrey Brown talks to Andrew Weiss of the Carnegie…
Kiev blamed the Russians for shooting down a Ukrainian military plane, while Moscow accused Ukraine of killing a man on the Russian side of the border. Judy Woodruff talks to Sabrina Tavernise of The New York Times about the plane…
Chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner joins Judy Woodruff from Kiev for an update on the latest fighting and chaos in Eastern Ukraine. Warner also discusses the challenges facing the likely future president, Petro Poroshenko, as he lays out plans…
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