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Trade War Heats Up as Ukraine Halts Russian Planes, Gas

Ukraine says it will no longer buy Russian gas, decides to close airspace to Russian planes

Russia Threatens to Cut Off Gas, Coal to Ukraine

Kyiv accused of refusing to help end blackout in Crimea, caused when electricity pylons were blown up allegedly by pro-Ukrainian attackers

Main French Opposition: End EU Embargo on Russia

Republicans, France's main opposition party, calls on President Francois Hollande to push for end to European Union sanctions on Russia over its activities in Ukraine

Pro-Ukraine Activists Block Repair of Sabotaged Power Lines to Crimea

Tensions between Moscow, Kyiv soar as Russian-annexed peninsula starved of electricity for second day

State of Emergency in Crimea After Power Lines Blown Up

Attack which Russian lawmaker blamed on Ukrainian nationalists has left up to 1.6 million people in the dark on Russia-annexed peninsula

Blackout Hits Crimea After Power Line Blasts, Russia Says

Explosions are reported at four main power lines supplying electricity from Ukraine, but cause of blackout isn't clear

Kremlin Shifts Gears Toward War in Syria, Detente With West

Russia's ability to escape international isolation depends on whether the Kremlin can distance itself from anti-Western rhetoric it has promoted in recent years

East Europeans Fear Russia Diplomatic Thaw After Paris Attacks

Focus on unifying against Islamic State may leave Ukraine crisis on back burner, some countries fear

Soldier Killed in E. Ukraine Clashes

8 wounded, in attacks near de facto rebel capital of Donetsk, as fighting between government forces and pro-Russian separatists intensified

Ukraine PM Presses for Weapons, Aid From West

Arseniy Yatsenyuk says help is needed to defend national borders against Russian aggression

Ukraine Military Says 5 Soldiers Killed in East

Death toll is highest since fragile cease-fire with pro-Russian separatists began in September

Ukrainian Journalist Concerned About Direction of Country's Media

Maxim Eristavi is worried about a habit of dropping inconvenient facts to protect the country's image – something he says he has witnessed before, in Russia

Germany, France See Progress in Ukraine Peace Talks

German FM says Ukrainian forces, pro-Russian separatists have agreed to complete a withdrawal of heavy weaponry from their front lines in eastern Ukraine

Juncker: Ukraine Must Reform to Get EU Visa-free Travel

Judiciary, human rights reforms needed before Ukrainians can travel freely to bloc’s 28 countries, EU Commission head says

Ukraine PM: Country Risks Losing Foreign Support Over Reform Delay

Lack of draft budget holding up not only $1.7 billion IMF tranche but also $2.3 billion from US, EU

Employees of Raided Ukrainian Library in Moscow Say They Were Framed

Employees say Russian investigators planted banned extremist books on their shelves to create pretext for raid, detention of director

Ukraine Rejects Talks With Russia Over Flight Ban

Direct commercial air service between former allies ended Sunday, a casualty of standoff over Russia’s annexation of Crimea

Russia Detains Director of Ukrainian Library in Moscow

Russian Investigative Committee says it requested arrest of Natalya Sharina after investigators found library books and other materials containing what they called 'anti-Russian propaganda'