KIEV Yulia Tymoshenko has been Ukraine's prime minister twice, was the global face of a revolution, imprisoned by two different presidents, and the target of an operation to discredit her by President Donald Trump's former campaign manager. | Video
KIEV In a popular Ukrainian TV series, comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy plays a president who is scrupulously honest and outwits crooked lawmakers and shadowy businessmen who try to stand in his way. | Video
SKRYHALIVKA, Ukraine Ukrainian pensioner Nadiya Ignatiy says she has had the plum and cherry trees in her garden cut down for firewood since the government raised gas prices late last year.
SKRYHALIVKA, Ukraine, Feb 28 Ukrainian pensioner
Nadiya Ignatiy says she has had the plum and cherry trees in her
garden cut down for firewood since the government raised gas
prices late last year.
CHISINAU An election in Moldova this month looks likely to produce a hung parliament, entrenching a split between pro-Western and pro-Russian forces at a time when concerns over corruption and democracy have soured its relations with the European Union.
CHISINAU, Jan 30 Moldova's bid to sell
Moldindconbank, the country's second-largest bank, faces delay
if it cannot be concluded before a Feb. 24 parliamentary
election, Central Bank Governor Octavian Armasu told Reuters.
CHISINAU Moldovan President Igor Dodon said on Wednesday he was prepared to call another election within three or four months for the sake of stability if February's poll produces a hung parliament.
MILESTII MICI, Moldova Hundreds of runners competed in a 10 km (6 mile) race in the world's largest wine cellar on Sunday, navigating by the light of headlamps as they hurtled through dark limestone caves that stretch some 200 km underground near the capital of Moldova. | Video
KIEV, Jan 17 PrivatBank expects an appeal in its
case against its former owners to be heard in a London court in
2019, part of an effort by Ukraine's largest bank to recover $2
billion it says was lost to fraud, the head of its supervisory
board said on Thursday.
KIEV The International Monetary Fund approved a new $3.9 billion stand-by aid agreement for Ukraine on Tuesday, intended to help the country maintain stability and the trust of investors as it heads into a choppy election period.