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    Pilot's Release Seen Unlikely to Aid Russia's Relations With West

    Kremlin critic says problematic proceedings against Nadiya Savchenko damaged Russian image, so exchanging her for two captives became attractive idea

    Analyst: Savchenko Release Shows Russia Wants Negotiations

    Release of Ukrainian pilot part of Moscow's desire to fix its negative image, show West readiness for broader compromise on Ukraine, says Russian scholar

    Official: Surge in E. Ukraine Fighting Kills 7 Soldiers

    Daily casualty figure highest since August in conflict between Ukrainian government troops, pro-Russia separatist rebels

    Lockerbie Lawyer Seeks $330M From Putin, Russia for MH17 Disaster

    Jerry Skinner leading claim for next of kin of 16 passengers of airliner believed downed by Russian-made missile over Ukraine in 2014

    UN: Rights of Crimean Tatars Deteriorating Under Russian Rule

    Following 2014 annexation of Ukraine’s Crimea by Moscow, many subjected to arrests, arbitrary searches, seizures, UN rights advocates find

    OSCE Chief: More Diplomacy Needed on Ukraine

    Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe is worried about increase in fighting after many heavy weapons that were reported missing have turned up in use at line of contact

    New Police Force Finds Old Habits Die Hard in Ukraine

    New transparency marks break with past but prosecutors feel undermined, target police, officers say

    Ukraine President Honors Eurovision Winner Jamala with Award

    Ukrainian singer, Jamala, won the Eurovision Song Contest and was awarded the title of Honored Artist of Ukraine in Kyiv for her '1944' song about war-time deportations of Crimean Tatars by the Soviet Union

    Ukrainian President Honors Eurovision Winner

    Singer Jamala, with song ‘1944,’ catapulted to international stardom Saturday with surprise victory over Russian competitor

    Russia Decries 'Politicized' Eurovision Loss to Ukraine

    Jamala, a 33-year-old Ukrainian of Tatar descent, prevails at popular contest with song lamenting Soviet wartime deportation of ethnic Tatars from Crimea

    Ukraine Appoints Poroshenko Ally as Top Prosecutor

    Yuriy Lutsenko, former interior minister and head of Poroshenko's parliamentary faction, has no legal background; EU had urged president to nominate someone seen as independent who had a legal background

    Ukraine Talks in Germany Make Progress on Security Issues

    Foreign ministers reach several agreements to improve security in war-torn Donbas region, but fail to agree on holding elections in that part of eastern Ukraine

    Ukrainian Firms Seek UN Court’s Aid Over Crimea Losses

    Ukrnafta and Stabil energy companies seek compensation for losses they blame on the Russian government

    Monitors: ‘Alarming’ Number of Cease-fire Violations in E. Ukraine

    Violations in April top August 2015 statistics, while many heavy weapons reported missing from permanent storage sites turn up in use at line of contact

    US Urges Ukraine to Jail Corrupt Officials

    ‘It's time to start locking up people who have ripped off the Ukrainian population for too long,’ says top State Department official during visit to Kyiv