ReutersGazprom to resume gas supply once Ukraine pays $2.2 billionReutersMOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia could resume natural gas deliveries to Ukraine as soon as next week if Kiev pays $2.2 billion in debt and pre-payments, gas exporter Gazprom said on Friday, under a deal that also safeguards winter deliveries to Europe.Russian gas set to flow to Ukraine again after new supply deal agreedThe GuardianRussia, Ukraine agree on gas supplies until March 2015RTUkraine and Russia Reach Accord on Natural Gas DeliveriesNew York TimesBBC News -ABC Newsall 2,337 news articles »
BBC NewsUkraine conflict: The 'cyborg' defenders of Donetsk airportBBC NewsMention a cyborg to a Ukrainian these days and they probably won't think of "cybernetic organisms", or man-machines of science fiction. Instead, the word now conjures up images of rugged, heavily armed men holed up inside what remains of Donetsk ...Ukraine fighters, surrounded at wrecked airport, refuse to give upLos Angeles Timesall 15 news articles »
The EconomistUkraine's electionThe EconomistTO ALL appearances, Ukraine's parliamentary election on October 26th was a triumph. Reformists mostly won and voters rebuked the far right and far left. Western allies heaped praise on the pro-European, pro-democratic results. Yet Ukraine remains ...Is Ukraine Slipping Into Illiberal Democracy?The Nation.Putin Loses in Ukraine's ElectionNational Review Online (blog)Heavy shelling breaks out near Donetsk after Ukraine pollDeutsche WelleBloomberg View -ITAR-TASS -Interfaxall 230 news articles »
ReutersEurope won't recognize vote in eastern Ukraine, Merkel tells PutinReutersBERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel told Russian President Vladimir Putin on the phone that Sunday's planned elections in eastern Ukraine were illegitimate and would not be recognized by European leaders, a Berlin government ...France, Germany seek Putin's aid on Ukraine surveillanceBusiness SpectatorUkraine, France, Germany urge Putin not to recognise rebel polls: KievYahoo!7 Newsall 59 news articles »
MashableRussian action star caught firing a machine gun toward UkraineMashableDONETSK, Ukraine — A Russian action film star is in hot water after he was caught on film wearing press gear while firing a machine gun toward Ukrainian lines with Moscow-backed rebels at Donetsk airport. In the video released by the rebels ...Opinion: The Kremlin picks up the pieces of UkraineDeutsche WelleWar Resumes in Ukraine. Kiev Violates OSCE Ceasefire Agreement, Re ...Center for Research on GlobalizationNATO: Planned 'elections' by rebel groups in Ukraine illegalUPI.comBusinessweekall 139 news articles »
ABC NewsUkraine, Moscow Clinch Deal on Russian Gas SupplyABC NewsMoscow and Kiev on Thursday clinched a multi-billion dollar deal that will guarantee that Russian gas exports flow into Ukraine and beyond to the European Union throughout the winter despite their intense rivalry over the fighting in eastern Ukraine.
Ukraine soldiers to government: we're coming for you nextYahoo NewsWhen Russian troops swarmed into Ukraine's southern region Crimea in March, Ukrainians dizzy with the success of the latest street revolution in Kiev were caught flat-footed. Their country of 45 million people, it turned out, barely had an army -- no ...and more »
ReutersUkraine, Russia, EU agree to natural gas supply dealReuters1 of 4. Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak shakes hands with Ukraine's Energy Minister Yuri Prodan (R) after gas talks between the European Union, Russia and Ukraine at the European Commission headquarters in Brussels October 30, 2014.
ABC NewsCentral Europe, Britain Oppose Ukraine Rebel VoteABC NewsThe foreign ministers of four Central European countries and Britain have condemned a plan by pro-Russia insurgents in eastern Ukraine to hold local elections. In a joint statement after their meeting Thursday in the Slovak capital of Bratislava, the ...
Coal Miners Stuck in the Middle of Ukraine's WarU.S. News & World ReportIn this photo taken Thursday, miner Vitaly Khristich uses a jackhammer at the Chelyuskintsev coal mine in the city of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine. Khristich is one of hundreds of miners who each day brave the artillery fire that flares between pro-Russian ...and more »