Intruders entered a broadcast of Ukrainian channel Pryamiy to the sound of apparent gunfire.
Voters in Ukraine might go for a wildcard.
Ukraine's President Poroshenko said Moscow showed no signs of backing off from his country and recent military activity shows the Kremlin is preparing for a much bigger conflict.
The British and Turkish ships dock in Odessa as Kiev warns about a regression into deadly combat.
One in five Ukrainians could now be on Facebook, digital market research figures show.
No one was injured in the explosion which occurred around midnight, but Kiev has added more police to guard the embassy.
The Ukraine had by far the most mine explosions and casualties in the world in 2016 due to ongoing conflict in its eastern region.
U.S. paramedic Joseph Stone is the first casualty of an international monitoring mission in eastern Ukraine.
The head of the tax service was accused of embezzling millions and was detained as part of a corruption crackdown.
Ukrainian officials take seriously the possibility of a full-scale Russian invasion.
The German Chancellor will discuss the situation in east Ukraine.
Volodymyr Groysman has said that Kiev was more than capable of hosting in 2005.
The Odessa governor's anti-corruption campaign has seen him criticize government officials.
President Petro Poroshenko warned that Russian-backed separatists have a vast military stockpile.
The Russian leader announced he will return to four-way talks.
Protesters continue to gather in front of Ukraine's controversial Inter TV channel.
The Russian exercises are like the smoke screens before the stealth invasions of Georgia and Crimea.
East Ukraine has seen an uptick in violence and casualties in recent weeks.
The former military pilot said Ukraine needed nothing from Russia beyond simple trade ties.
Will corruption and fraud, which has been an enduring characteristic of elections since Ukraine's independence in 1991, dictate their outcome?
For Ukrainian nationalists, the call to disarm in the face of Russian aggression was not welcomed. But some priests lauded the Russian occupation.