Ukrainian Deputy PM departed for Moscow for talks on bilateral issues including natural gas
Ukraine's prime minister Wednesday warned the opposition to end mass protests over a rejected deal with the EU
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov accused NATO of interfering in Ukrainian affairs
Ukraine's parliament Dec 3 rejected an opposition no-confidence motion in Prime Minister Mykola Azarov's government
NATO foreign ministers called Tuesday on the Ukraine government and opposition to open a dialogue after President Viktor Yanukovych ditched an EU association pact, sparking violent street protests.
Ukrainian protesters Dec. 2 blockaded administrative buildings and camped on Kiev's central square in a bid to oust the government
Istanbul’s Consul General of Ukraine Yaremenko was told to leave his post following his critical remarks on the activities of the Ukrainian police, according to the Turkish version of the Voice of Russia
About 500 people marched through the capital of Armenia to denounce visiting Russian President
Some 100,000 Ukrainians chanting "Revolution!" swarmed a central Kiev square Dec 1 in a mass call for early elections
The crowd chanted 'Revolution!' and 'Down with the gang' as it drove dozens of helmeted police off Kiev's iconic Independence Square
Fenerbahçe Ülker’s lost 94-81 on the road against the Catalans while Anadolu Efes easily defeated Strasbourg 88-65
Ukraine police swinging truncheons brutally dispersed protesters calling for President Viktor Yanukovych to resign after he refused to salvage an EU deal
Opposition parties said they would form a 'national resistance task force' and call a countrywide strike, as hundreds rallied outside the Mikhailovsky cathedral
The European Union will not accept a Russia "veto" or any other meddling in its ties with other nations, European Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso said Friday.
Ukraine said it still wanted to reach a historic deal on closer ties with the European Union
Ahmet Şireci's firm Şireci Tekstil figures among Turkey’s 500 biggest companies and is a major thread manufacturer
Tymoshenko went on a hunger strike Tuesday in solidarity with thousands of pro-European protesters outraged with the ex-Soviet state's shock decision to scrap a key EU pact.
China's first aircraft carrier left Nov 26 on a training mission to the South China Sea, escorted by missile destroyers and frigates
The EU Monday sharply criticised Russian pressure on Ukraine to drop a landmark cooperation accord with the bloc, due to have been signed this week, and said the deal was still "on the table."
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There was no actual need for the Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan to raise the issue of his country’s entry into the Shanghai cooperation organization.