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Video Russia's Opposition Holds Peace March for Ukraine

Many activists oppose not only what they see as Kremlin's meddling in Ukraine, but want political change in Russia
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Video Ukraine: Cease-fire Violations Have to Stop

Ukraine official says plans for buffer zone are threatened by pro-Russian separatists', Russian troops' continued attacks on government forces
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Photogallery Donetsk Blasts as Kyiv, Rebels Cut Deal

Several powerful explosions were heard Saturday morning in Donetsk, where a plant producing munitions and industrial explosives was hit, officials say
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Video Annual Military Exercise Takes on New Meaning for Ukraine Troops

Troops from 15 nations participating in annual event, 'Rapid Trident' in western Ukraine
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Video Obama Reaffirms Commitment to Ukraine

Following White House meeting with President Poroshenko, US leader offers additional security assistance to Kyiv, stresses support for diplomatic solution in Ukraine’s conflict with Russia
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Ukrainian Activist in Despair About Future of Her Country

IrIna Dovgan, accused of being a spy and tortured by pro-Russian separatists, is appealing to UN Human Rights Council to support her country
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Video Despite Criticism, Ukraine's Poroshenko Still Has Much Support

As president heads to Washington and New York to seek more help in fight against separatists, VOA finds he still commands significant support at home
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Photogallery Ukraine Orders Full Military Alert, as New Casualties Strain Cease-fire

Latest fighting reported just hours ahead of arrival in Washington of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko
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US Congratulates Ukraine for Forging Closer Ties with EU

President Petro Poroshenko travels to Washington this week, where he will meet President Obama and address a joint session of Congress
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Video Ukrainian Leader to Seek Greater US Support on Visit

So far, the US has pledged some $70 million in aid to Ukraine in the form of body armor, communications equipment and rations
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Q&A: Ukraine’s Donbas Battalion Commander Seeks US Support

Semenchenko’s Washington visit follows withering losses inflicted by pro-Russian forces
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Video Ukraine Parliament Grants Self-Rule to Eastern Regions

In addition to laws aimed at ending separatist rebellion, lawmakers ratify landmark political and trade agreement with European Union
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Top NATO Commander Questions Russian Intentions Toward Moldova

US General Philip Breedlove says Russia appears to be following some of same 'hybrid warfare' script in dealing with the former Soviet republic that it used before annexing Crimea, intervening in eastern Ukraine
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Multimedia US Leading Peacekeeping Drill in Western Ukraine

Drill, far from unrest in country's east, involves 1,300 troops from 15 countries, including 200 US soldiers
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Defense Minister: Western Weapons on Way to Ukraine

Claim comes as sporadic fighting continued in eastern Ukraine, despite of a nine-day-old cease-fire
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Ukraine to Feature in Paris Talks

Senior US State Department official says Secretary John Kerry will have pull-asides with several foreign ministers to review developments
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Ukraine Repels Rebel Attack on Donetsk Airport

Grad rocket launchers seen rolling through city as Ukraine PM says country in 'stage of war' with Russia, even as Kyiv officials remain largely silent over arrival of second Russian aid convoy
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Poland Resumes Gas Supplies to Ukraine

Resumption occurred after Poland received pledge that Russia's Gazprom would deliver requested supplies to Polish state-run gas importer PGNiG
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World Food Program Launches Ukraine Operation

Recipients of distribution program are mainly people with serious medical conditions, pregnant women, nursing mothers, the elderly and large, vulnerable families
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US, EU Impose New Sanctions on Russia

New measures target Moscow's energy sector, three large defense firms, banks and individuals
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Veteran US Diplomat: Moscow Unlikely to Annex Eastern Ukraine

Former Ambassador to Soviet Union Jack Matlock says seizure of region would not be to Russia's advantage - even though it's of critical importance to Putin
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NATO: 1,000 Russian Troops Remain in Ukraine

Statement comes a day after country’s president announced most Russian forces assisting separatists had left country
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US Joins EU in New Russia Sanctions

Washington, Brussels to spell out details of latest round of punitive measures against Moscow over its role in Ukraine Friday
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With Homeland at War, Ukrainian-Americans Watch, Mobilize

Ukraine’s conflict with pro-Russia separatists has become a common cause for many of the estimated 1.2 million Americans of Ukrainian descent
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EU Delays New Russia Sanctions, to Meet on Thursday

Diplomats say while Germany pushing to have sanctions implemented, several other EU countries want to hold off because ceasefire in Ukraine is holding
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Criticizing NATO, Putin Underlines Need for Nuclear Deterrence

Shortly before Russian president speaks, Moscow carries out a successful test of its new submarine-launched Bulava intercontinental missile
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Amnesty Says Both Sides Committed War Crimes in Ukraine

Rights group's chief, Salil Shetty cites satellite imagery, witness accounts as part of documented evidence of infractions
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Russian Official Says Ukraine Responsible for MH17 Crash

Defense minister Sergei Shoigu says Kyiv bears 'full responsibility' for deadly crash because incident occurred in Ukrainian airspace
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Multimedia Poroshenko: Majority of Russian Troops Have Left Ukraine

Ukraine president says more than two-thirds of Russian soldiers have departed country’s east; Moscow has been denying troop presence
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OSCE: Let Journalists in Crimea Do Their Jobs

Freedom of Media rep Dunja Mijatović expresses concern about intimidation of free voices after detention, interrogation of Simferopol-based blogger Yelizaveta Bohutskaya
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