VICE News travels to the Luhansk Region in eastern Ukraine, where it seems as though the war may be ending.
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.
VICE News follows the chaotic birth of the DPR as it tries to forge a path to independence and closer ties to Russia.
On September 6, a day-long ceasefire in eastern Ukraine was broken when pro-Russia forces shelled Ukrainian tanks driving into Mariupol. VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky was in the city before, during, and after the ceasefire.
VICE News stumbled upon one of the many Ukrainian ambulance convoys sent to retrieve the dead and wounded from an ambush site, finding a scene of absolute horror and panic.
Novoazovsk, a small town in eastern Ukraine, was overtaken by pro-Russia rebels on Thursday. After a 24-hour ban on journalists ended, VICE News went in.
Ukraine's new peace plan is really just an attempt to reclaim the moral high ground in the country's public relations war with Russia.
Separately, an explosion on the Trans-Siberian pipeline occurred in central Ukraine on Tuesday, in what some are calling an act of terror.
The attack marks the biggest losses to Ukrainian forces from a single event since the conflict in Ukraine’s east began.
Today’s military initiative was as much a political show of feather-preening as it was a significant battle victory.
Residents are fleeing from ongoing fighting and shortages in the east of Ukraine, as new president Petro Poroshenko discusses peace.