The European Union has awarded its human rights prize to a Ukrainian filmmaker imprisoned in Russia for terrorism charges.
Arkady Babchenko, the Russian journalist who appeared alive after being reported dead, could have played into Russia's hands by giving them an opportunity to deny fabricating the news
The country's security services said Arkady Babchenko's death was faked in order to foil a plot to take his life.
US media is reporting Paul Manafort turned himself into the FBI on Monday
Vasily Zaitseva and his wife Tatiana begged the families of the victims to forgive them after their daughter Alyona jumped a red light in Kharkiv
Alexander Nekrassov had been on with our host to speak about Operation Zapad, but the conversation devolved into an argument
Mykola is currently working on an invention which he hopes will revolutionise car travel
Malaysia, Australia, Belgium, Ukraine and the Netherlands are to work together on prosecuting those suspected of shooting down a flight in 2014
Flares were spotted in the crowds at the Olympic stadium, raising concern about venue security
The Labour MP for Brent North spoke to Carole Malone about David Cameron's speech in Ukraine
Cameron resigned as Prime Minister within hours of the referendum result
South African national Emlyn Culverwell and his Ukrainian fiance Iryna Nohai were arrested for having sex outside of marriage, which is illegal in the United Arab Emirates
A methane gas explosion has reportedly killed eight coal miners in Ukraine, as well as injuring six others
The Foreign Secretary is to set money aside to support Ukraine and the Baltic states against perceived hostility by Vladimir Putin
Sir Andrew Wood, former British ambassador to Russia and now associate fellow at Chatham House, spoke to James Whale about the President's move to remove Russian sanctions
Dr Peter Carrick-Adams says Trump's victory should be a 'wake-up call' for the US
Galloway said 'a mighty military superpower is being steadily confronted'