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As parliament debated giving Russian-speaking regions in eastern Ukraine more autonomy, right-wing nationalists attacked.
President Hollande has said he would refund $1.3 billion to Russia if it fails to meet France’s conditions for the delivery of two helicopter carriers.
In the latest dispatch, VICE News traveled to a rebel-held front line outside the village of Shirokino, 20 miles from Mariupol, to speak with DNR troops about what may lie in store for the city, and to find out whether the ceasefire would hold.
In the latest 'Russian Roulette,' VICE News travels to Debaltseve a few days after its fall to the DNR to speak to some of the civilians slowly returning to a town that now lies in ruins and without basic amenities.
'The Nightmare of Debaltseve Will Be with Them for Life': Rebel Flag Raised as Ukrainian Soldiers Withdraw
Ukraine's president tried to cast Wednesday’s retreat in a positive light, calling it “orderly,” “pre-planned,” and reporting only six casualties. Yet reports from the ground tell a very different story.
President Petro Poroshenko denied claims that forces were forced to withdraw after they were encircled by pro-Russia rebels, as foreign powers warned that the separatists were in violation of the latest ceasefire agreement.
VICE News crossed into the DNR-held territory of Uglegorsk on the eve of the February 15 ceasefire to speak with soldiers and residents about the prospect of a truce.
In this dispatch, VICE News travels to the village of Chermalyk, where Ukrainian forces are preparing the defense of the city and using volunteer-made drones to gather intelligence on separatist positions.
The rebels and government were expected to exchange nearly 380 prisoners by in eastern Ukraine by nightfall, as talks between both sides were put on hold in Minsk.
Two boys die in shelling while playing football on their school sports field, as Kiev and the rebels swap blame for the collapse of the Minsk truce.
Following the visit, Ukraine’s Security Service said it had initiated criminal proceedings against Mikhail Porechenkov for participating in terrorist activities.