Newsweek analysis of OSCE data shows a spike in violence along the Donbas front line as Russian troops massed around Ukraine.
Ukraine's defense minister denied any accusations that Ukraine plans to attack anyone, saying the troop buildup is a defense against Russia's troop buildup.
A high-ranking Russian military official warned the Ukrainian government against using force to stop the Russian-backed separatists in the Donbas region.
The ongoing violence in the Donbas comes as NATO discuss concerns over Russia's military build-up by Ukraine.
The U.S. has been sending military aid to Ukraine to help its forces battle Russian-backed separatists in the east of the country.
Ukraine's president called for officials to draft an formal claim, as recent estimates from Kiev suggest the bill could exceed $50 billion.
Since Russia's annexation of Crimea in 2014, the question of where Ukrainians go to worship has become a political issue.
The U.S. State Department demanded an end to the hostilities as the conflict entered its fifth year.
Military officer Oleg Ivannikov's unusual voice helped investigators pinpoint him as a key suspect.
The families of the dead have published an emotional open letter.
The Javelin missiles are deemed so effective that intention to sell or deploy them has long warranted a big political announcement.
Russia is reinforcing its forces in Crimea by dispatching more S-400 surface to air missiles there.
Ukraine's future is no longer a binary struggle between a pro-Western and a pro-Russian future. Now, China's in the mix.
Chinese Army aircraft may approach Taiwan under the guise of commercial airliners.
Ukraine's security service has brought criminal charges against leading reform groups.
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U.S. military forces in Europe are busily repainting their desert tan equipment in forest green.
The EU cannot afford to become indifferent to threats to the rule of law among its members.
China may ultimately prefer Ukraine to be in Russia's orbit rather than the West's.
The 1.6 million who have been displaced are being badly treated by Ukraine.
It is the second time the Roshen store has been targeted in protest against Petro Poroshenko.