Ukraine has asked Switzerland for help in recovering assets moved to the Alpine country by members of ousted leader Viktor Yanukovych's inner circle, according to a Swiss official.
ARTICLE AT OpinionJournal
Nearly six months since popular protests toppled pro-Moscow President Viktor Yanukovych, fighting between Ukraine's military and pro-Russia rebels continues in eastern Ukraine.
ARTICLE AT WPTZ Plattsburgh
KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — A Ukrainian court has frozen the assets of Europa League club Metalist Kharkiv over a business dispute involving its owner, it has emerged. The club's shares ...
ARTICLE AT The Oklahoman
by Associated Press Barricades come down in Kiev Associated Press - 9 August 2014 05:16-04:00 KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — City workers and volunteers have removed the last of the barricades ...
ARTICLE AT New Europe News
It was the epicenter of the revolution that started last November and eventually led to the ousting of Ukraine's president
Now, Kiev's Independence Square is in flames once ...
ARTICLE AT Mashable
RBC, a Russian newspaper and news agency, is reporting Yanukovych flew to Moscow on Tuesday and is staying at the Radisson Royal Hotel Ukraine in the city centre. The swedish ...
ARTICLE AT Newsvine