Russia is stoking fears it could be planning another invasion, two years after it formally annexed Crimea, as peace talks crumble.
By Ruby Samuels
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.
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VICE News traveled to Avdiivka, the hottest point of contact in the conflict, where Ukrainian military and civilians have both lost faith in the so-called ceasefire and remain trapped in a brutal war.
By Lucian Kim
We embedded with US troops on a mission to show that the American cavalry is still capable of galloping to the rescue if Russia attacks Eastern Europe's tiny Baltic republics.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday he accepted the United States was probably still the world's sole superpower and he was ready to work with whoever won the presidency, but didn't want to be told how to live by Americans.
The Ukrainian border guard service reported over the weekend that the unnamed 25-year-old had been arrested with an arsenal of weapons and explosives including rocket launchers and Kalashnikov assault rifles in his vehicle.
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.
By Jack Losh
VICE News embedded with the Ukrainian army as they marked two years since war took over the east of their country, to document how they are surviving a conflict mostly forgotten by the outside world.
Thirty years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, engineers are putting the finishing touches on a $1.3 billion enclosure that will be one of the largest moveable structures ever built.
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Thirty years after the worst nuclear accident in history, Chernobyl has become a tourist attraction. But just how safe is it?
By Alec Luhn
It was one of several answers to questions from the public the Russian president took during his 14th annual call-in show, which lasted for three hours and 40 minutes but produced few revelations.
By Tess Owen
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk tendered his resignation on Sunday, citing a "political crisis" that he said had been "unleashed artificially."
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In this extra scene from 'Europe's Jewish Exodus,' VICE News heads to Paris, to speak with representatives from the Jewish community about a reported rise in anti-Semitism in the French capital.