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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

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19 Apr 2018

Ukraine moves to split church from Russia as elections approach

KIEV Ukraine's Orthodox church could become independent of Moscow under the terms of a presidential initiative lawmakers approved on Thursday, a move that President Petro Poroshenko said would make it harder for Russia to meddle in Ukrainian affairs.

03 Apr 2018

Ukraine's lawmaker keep NGO law despite Western pleas

KIEV Ukrainian lawmakers on Tuesday declined to scrap a requirement for civil society activists to file online wealth declarations in defiance of warnings from Western backers that the law undermines the fight against corruption.

03 Apr 2018

Ukraine central bank to hold interest rate

KIEV Ukraine's central bank will keep its key interest rate unchanged next week after four consecutive hikes due to signs of slowing inflation, a monthly Reuters poll of analysts showed on Tuesday.

28 Mar 2018

Foreign appetite for Ukraine local debt spurs Kiev to ease access

KIEV, March 28 Ukraine will make local bonds tradable through a cross-border settlement house in the coming months to capitalise on foreign investor appetite for hryvnia-denominated debt and attract much-needed foreign currency, the finance ministry told Reuters.

26 Mar 2018

Row over vetting Ukraine judges prompts U.S.-backed body to quit

KIEV A Washington-backed body set up to vet judges in Ukraine as part of the battle against corruption quit its role on Monday, saying the process to screen a judge fit for office was a sham.

26 Mar 2018

Row over vetting Ukraine judges prompts US-backed body to quit

KIEV, March 26 A Washington-backed body set up to vet judges in Ukraine as part of the battle against corruption quit its role on Monday, saying the process to screen a judge fit for office was a sham.

22 Mar 2018

Ukraine detains war hero Savchenko over suspected coup plot

KIEV Ukraine's State Security Service on Thursday detained lawmaker Nadiya Savchenko, an ex-military helicopter navigator who became a national hero after being held in a Russian jail, on charges of planning a military-style coup.

21 Mar 2018

Ukrainian immigrants may send $9 billion home in 2018, central bank says

KIEV Ukrainians working abroad are expected to send around $9 billion home this year, about the same as last year, the central bank said on Wednesday.

03 Mar 2018

Russia tells EU gas supplies via Ukraine under no immediate threat

MOSCOW/KIEV Russia's Energy Ministry said on Saturday that gas giant Gazprom's intention to terminate contracts with Ukraine poses no immediate threat to natural gas supplies to Europe through Ukraine.

02 Mar 2018

Gazprom seeks to halt Ukraine gas contracts as dispute escalates

MOSCOW/KIEV Russia's Gazprom said on Friday it would terminate its gas contracts with Ukraine after it lost a court case, escalating a dispute which has left Ukraine struggling to stay warm and which the EU said could threaten gas flows to Europe.

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