Ukrainian nationalists are suspected of detonating explosives on two major electricity pylons, cutting off power to nearly 2 million people.
France has some difficult decisions to make over the sale of two Mistral-class amphibious assault ships to Russia.
The combat dolphins, which Russia seized when it invaded Crimea, have become a sore spot of Ukrainian pride.
On May 9, President Vladimir Putin of Russia visited Crimea for the first time after its annexation. He arrived at the Crimean port city Sevastopol during the Victory Day celebrations commemorating the triumph over Nazi Germany in World War II, with a...
In the aftermath of the referendum in which 97 percent of the Crimean population supposedly voted to join the Russian Federation, VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky returns to the Ukrainian naval headquarters in Sevastopol after self-defense...
We captured the fall of one of the last Ukrainian bases to resist the Russian takeover as it was stormed by Cossacks, and Russian forces.
VICE News returns to the Ukrainian Naval headquarters in Sevastopol, after self defense forces stormed the premises and took over the base.
As the world waits to see what impact the referendum has, we spend some time with new recruits of the Crimean Self Defense Army.
We spoke to a Ukrainian officer as the blockade by Russia of Ukrainian military installations in Crimea continues.
Angry crowds of Russia supporters as well as Russian military units surrounded and entered Ukraine's Naval High Command in Sevastopol blocking all exits and demanded that its officers switch allegiance to Crimea's new Kremlin-aligned government.
We snuck into a Ukrainian naval base and interviewed the commander, who said that he hoped that the world would unite against Russia.