Russia says it will begin a phased reduction of troops from its border with neighboring Ukraine – apparently ending a standoff that had alarmed Kyiv and Western observers.
A standoff ends with the gunman releasing all 13 hostages unharmed after Volodymyr Zelenskiy posts a video to social media saying, "Everyone should watch the 2005 film Earthlings."
"America used to be a beacon of freedom, liberty and anti-corruption efforts. Now a lot of Ukrainians feel like ... we are by ourselves," says a Ukrainian political commentator.
Ukraine's Internal Affairs Ministry says it's asking the FBI to help determine whether international laws were broken, or "whether it is just a bravado and a fake information" from a U.S. politician.
More than 13,000 people have been killed in the Russian insurgency since it began five years ago. The Ukrainian president entered the talks in a tricky position, wanting peace but lacking leverage.
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskiy will have his first meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin in Paris, in an effort to end a five-year conflict in eastern Ukraine that has cost 13,000 lives.
The U.S. ambassador to the EU will give much-anticipated public testimony Wednesday in the impeachment inquiry of President Trump. His story has changed since he first testified last month.
The White House released a rough transcript of a phone call Trump made to Ukraine's just-elected leader in April. It differs in key areas from how the White House described the call at the time.
The infamous July 25 call between Volodymyr Zelenskiy and President Trump made what was already a delicate diplomatic situation for the new Ukrainian president even more complicated.