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Numbers of Chernobyl Disaster Zone Visitors Boom

The uninhabited exclusion zone, a 30-kilometre (19-mile) radius around the former nuclear power station, has seen a surge in tourists in the past few years.

Ukrainian Court Arrests Suspect Over Lawyer Murder

Iryna Nozdrovska was murdered for her investigations. She was investigating the brother of her killer for driving under the influence and for a hit-and-run.

Outrage in Ukraine Over Activist Lawyer’s Murder

The murder of a Ukrainian lawyer who helped convict her sister's well-connected killer sparked public outrage on Tuesday.

Ukraine, Pro-Russia Rebels Begin Biggest Prisoner Swap Since 2014

Ukraine and Russian-backed rebels Wednesday began to exchange more than 300 prisoners in the war-torn east of the country.

France, Germany Call for ‘Peaceful Settlement’ in Eastern Ukraine

The leaders of Germany and France called for all sides in the Ukraine conflict to "face their responsibilities" after a rise in ceasefire violations.

Belarus Arrests Ukrainian Journalist on Spying Charges

Belarus' domestic security agency said it arrested Ukraine Radio journalist Pavel Sharoiko on charges of spying for Kiev's espionage agency.

Ukraine Detains Man Wanted for 2004 Murder of Forbes Editor

MOSCOW (AP) — Ukraine's intelligence agency says it has detained a man wanted for the high-profile murder of American journalist Paul Klebnikov in Russia 13...

Canada Presses for UN Peacekeeping Force in Ukraine

The Canadian government is making a significant diplomatic push to secure the establishment of a U.N. peacekeeping force in Ukraine.

US Emphasizes Need for Ukraine to Implement Trade Controls Amid Growing...

The United States and Ukraine held a Nonproliferation Working Group Meeting in Kiev on Tuesday where officials discussed the importance of trade controls needed to...

Poroshenko: US, Ukraine Share Vision on New Level of Military Cooperation

President Petro Poroshenko of Ukraine said on Thursday that Kiev and Washington have a shared view on how to boost defense cooperation between the two...

Russia Will Unlikely Approve UN Peacekeepers in Eastern Ukraine

Despite multiple high-level meetings and a chain of ceasefire agreements, the armed conflict in eastern Ukraine is well into its fourth year. On August 22,...

Mattis to Visit Ukraine Amid Reports of Potential Defense Deals

U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis will conduct his first official visit to Ukraine on Thursday amid reports that Washington has developed a plan to...

Trump Meets Putin With No Agenda, Reset Unlikely

When U.S. President George W. Bush recalled his first meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in 2001, he famously said: “I looked the man...

Tempers Flare in Baltic Sea As Trump Hosts Ukraine’s President

President Donald J. Trump met with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Tuesday, adding fuel to already tense relations with Russia and displaying a commitment...