Russia is stoking fears it could be planning another invasion, two years after it formally annexed Crimea, as peace talks crumble.
Pavel Sheremet, a Kremlin critic, is among dozens of journalists who have died in politically-motivated killings in Ukraine and Russia over the last decade.
Nadiya Savchenko arrived home in Kiev on Wednesday after nearly two years in a Russian jail, part of a prisoner swap for two Russians held in Ukraine.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk tendered his resignation on Sunday, citing a "political crisis" that he said had been "unleashed artificially."
Iceland's Prime Minister is facing calls to step down, while authorities in various countries have launched investigations following the revelations of tax havens used by the world's wealthy.
The US ambassador to Kiev recently called out the Ukrainian government for protecting the corrupt owner of an energy company that employs Biden’s son Hunter.
On the second anniversary of the beginning of the protests that toppled Ukraine’s government, there are still no answers as to who was responsible for the deaths of more than 100 demonstrators.
Ukraine's gulf has deepened after local elections appeared to consolidate President Poroshenko’s rule in the west and pro-Russia factions in the east of the country. And some "Star Wars" characters turned up.
Sunday's local elections are the first chance for Ukraine's powerful oligarchs to regain political power after the regime shift in 2014. So VICE News checked out the atmosphere in conflict-riven Mariupol.
Just hours after Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko signed a decree banning 34 journalists from Ukraine, the president reverses himself in the face of international ridicule.
As the queer community has grown increasingly visible thanks to the efforts of activists, homophobic assaults and rhetoric are also on the upswing.