KIEV, Nov 15 Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr
Groysman expects to get new loans from the International
Monetary Fund as early as December once parliament passes a
budget of stability that refrains from making pre-election
populist moves, he said on Thursday.
KIEV/MOSCOW Rebel-controlled Donetsk and Luhansk regions in eastern Ukraine hold leadership elections on Sunday in the shadow of a conflict that has killed more than 10,000 people and poisoned relations between Ukraine and Russia.
KIEV Priests like Metropolitan Oleksandr face a choice: join Ukraine's new independent church and be labeled a renegade by supporters of his own church, or stay away, and risk being branded a Russian agent. | Video
KIEV Ukraine secured a new $3.9 billion stand-by aid agreement with the International Monetary Fund on Friday, helping the country maintain financial stability and the trust of investors as it heads into a choppy election period next year.
TENDRIVSKA KOSA, Ukraine Ukraine will build a military base on the Azov Sea and has sent more forces to the area to counter a worsening Russian threat, Ukraine's armed forces head told Reuters, referring to an arm of the Black Sea that is a flashpoint of tensions with Moscow.
KIEV Patriarch Filaret was defrocked and excommunicated by the Russian Orthodox church, and accused by his opponents of being a KGB agent, having a secret family and embezzling money.
KIEV A volunteer medic and the man whose life he saved. A lawmaker whose Facebook post calling for protests in Kiev's Maidan square helped bring down a president.
KIEV, Sept 13 Ukraine's infrastructure minister,
who shepherded the entry of low-cost carrier Ryanair
into the country this year, is under investigation by
anti-corruption detectives on suspicion of illegal enrichment,
national investigators said.
Sept 12 Ukrainian investment announcements by
Swedish furniture retailer IKEA and the Saudi Agricultural and
Livestock Investment Company (SALIC) are votes of confidence in
the country's business climate, President Petro Poroshenko said
LONDON/KIEV Lawyers representing two former owners of Ukraine's biggest lender PrivatBank denied on Wednesday all allegations of fraud made by the bank but said proving that $248 million (£189.2 million) was not misappropriated would be complicated.