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  1. Ukraine crisis: Before and after images

    See images of Kiev's streets before and after fierce clashes between anti-government protesters and riot police

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  1. Why is Ukraine at war?

    …media portrayed the Kiev leaders as Ukrainian nationalists bent on violating Russian…

    …and media portrayed the Kiev leaders as Ukrainian nationalists bent on violating Russian-speakers' rights. Russia's…

    …Donetsk and Luhansk regions. Many of them were armed, and a tense stand-off with the Kiev authorities escalated. Russian politicians and media portrayed the Kiev leaders as Ukrainian nationalists bent…

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  2. Ukraine crisis: Rebels granted self-rule and amnesty

    …nonetheless said the legislation was a "positive signal because it marks Kiev's return to…

    …has also mentioned in speeches. Mr Purgin nonetheless said the legislation was a "positive signal because it marks Kiev

    …signal because it marks Kiev's return to reality". Historic day The EU-Ukraine agreement ratified on Tuesday lies at the root of Ukraine's crisis. It was former President Viktor Yanukovych's… the…

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  3. MEPs back EU-Ukraine agreement

    …Parliament ratified the Agreement in Kiev, with the vote shown live inside the chamber…

    …the same time as the Ukrainian Parliament ratified the Agreement in Kiev, with the vote shown live inside the chamber…

    … The voting session took place at the same time as the Ukrainian Parliament ratified the Agreement in Kiev, with the vote shown live inside the chamber. Useful links: The European …

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  4. Newshour: Ukraine rebels to get self-rule

    Kiev grants rights to rebel-controlled regions; Ebola: US to send 3000 troops to Liberia…

    Kiev grants rights to rebel-controlled regions; Ebola: US to send 3000 troops to Liberia…

    Kiev grants rights to rebel-controlled regions; Ebola: US to send 3000 troops to Liberia…

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  5. Ukraine crisis: Parliaments to ratify landmark EU pact

    …embargo coincides with a diplomatic breakdown between Moscow and Kiev. Meanwhile, Ukraine…

    …diplomatic breakdown between Moscow and Kiev. Meanwhile, Ukraine has banned exports of defence-related goods to Russia…

    …diplomatic breakdown between Moscow and Kiev. Meanwhile, Ukraine has banned exports of defence-related goods to Russia and is blacklisting some 200 Russians whom it accuses of helping to destabilise…

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  6. Can EU-Ukraine trade pact survive Russian pressure?

    …President Viktor Yanukovych, a friend of the Kremlin, refused to do so. He fled from Kiev

    …ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, a friend of the Kremlin, refused to do so. He fled from Kiev in February…

    …to do so. He fled from Kiev in February amid violent protests against his rule, as millions of pro-EU Ukrainians saw him as a corrupt puppet of Russia. With heavily armed pro-Russian separatists… Kiev

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  7. Scottish independence: Thousands on the streets for weekend campaign

    …Union. During an interview in Kiev, he said to "rip up the alliance" between Scotland and…

    Kiev, he said to "rip up the alliance" between Scotland and the rest of the UK would not be sensible "politically…

    …interview in Kiev, he said to "rip up the alliance" between Scotland and the rest of the UK would not be sensible "politically, economically or even emotionally". Orange Order members staged a pro…

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  8. Referendum round-up: Five days to go

    …while on a trip to Kiev. And also taking the temperature of the debate was News Corp boss…

    …Tony Blair urged voters to opt for staying in the UK , while on a trip to Kiev. And also taking the temperature of the…

    …voters to opt for staying in the UK , while on a trip to Kiev. And also taking the temperature of the debate was News Corp boss Rupert Murdoch , who was spotted in Glasgow and Aberdeen. Have you…

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  9. Ukraine forces 'repel rebels in Donetsk airport'

    …observers. Kiev and Western officials fear such convoys may contain military equipment to…

    …Ukraine or international observers. Kiev and Western officials fear such convoys may contain military equipment to help…

    …international observers. Kiev and Western officials fear such convoys may contain military equipment to help the rebels, but Russia insists they contain essential humanitarian supplies such as…

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  10. Tony Blair: Independence for Scotland 'not sensible'

    …be sensible "politically, economically or even emotionally". Interviewed in Kiev, Mr Blair…

    …Interviewed in Kiev, Mr Blair said: "Obviously I hope that Scotland votes to stay part of the United Kingdom." His…

    …politically, economically or even emotionally". Interviewed in Kiev, Mr Blair said: "Obviously I hope that Scotland votes to stay part of the United Kingdom." His comments came as debate intensified…

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    …protested outside Parliament in Kiev, and shelling has continued in ea…

    …toward eventual membership in the bloc. Meanwhile, demonstrators protested outside Parliament in Kiev, and shelling has…

    … membership in the bloc. Meanwhile, demonstrators protested outside Parliament in Kiev, and shelling has continued in ea…

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  2. Kiev ratifies landmark EU pact

    …people. The ratification vote in Kiev, synchronized with the European parliament by video…

    …vote in Kiev, synchronized with the European parliament by video chat, was met with a standing ovation, and members of…

    …Russia-backed separatists that has killed more than 3,000 people. The ratification vote in Kiev, synchronized with the European parliament by video chat, was met with a standing ovation, and members…

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  3. Russia urges Kiev to start intra-Ukrainian talks

    Kiev to start talks with all domestic parties concerned. "The open, substantial and…

    …MOSCOW, Sept. 17 (Xinhua) -- Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Wednesday urged Kiev to start talks with all…

    …MOSCOW, Sept. 17 (Xinhua) -- Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Wednesday urged Kiev to start talks with all domestic parties concerned. "The open, substantial and comprehensive intra-Ukrainian…

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