Glamorous former Ukraine prime minister protests new government dress code

Ukraine’s ex-PM criticizes new dress code

KIEV, Ukraine — Ukraine’s glamorous former prime minister is slamming a new government dress code as “laughable.”

Glamourous Ukraine’s ex PM protests new government dress code

Ukraine’s ex-PM criticizes new dress code

KIEV, Ukraine — Ukraine’s glamorous former prime minister is slamming a new government dress code as “laughable.”

Kiev, Warsaw and Donetsk to host 5 games as UEFA finalizes Euro 2012 match schedule

UEFA finalizes schedule for Euro 2012

MINSK, Belarus — European soccer’s governing body finalized the schedule for the 2012 European Championship on Monday, seemingly relieving fears that all eight venue cities would not be ready to host games.

Ukraine shifts powers from parliament to president, move benefits new pro-Russian leader

Ukraine’s pro-Russian president gets new powers

Ukraine honors victims of 1941 massacre at Babi Yar

Ukraine honors victims of Nazi massacre

KIEV, Ukraine — Hundreds of people gathered in the Ukrainian capital on Wednesday to mark the 69th anniversary of the Nazi massacre of tens of thousands of Jews.

AP Interview: Yanukovych seeks deeper US ties, moving on path to EU membership

AP Interview: Yanukovych seeks deeper US ties

Ukraine’s opposition lawmakers block parliament over government’s austerity plans

Ukraine’s opposition blocks parliament doors

Ukraine lawmakers brawl over austerity plans as thousands protest outside parliament

Ukraine lawmakers throw punches over austerity

200 Germans come to Ukraine to apologize for Nazi forebears’ crimes

Germans visit Ukraine in WWII apology

KIEV, Ukraine — Some 200 Germans have arrived in the Ukrainian capital to take part in actions aimed at apologizing for Nazi forebears’ crimes in World War II.

Obama, Clinton, speaking to AIDS conference by video, pledge US support for AIDS fight

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Clinton praises Ukraine’s pursuit of democracy but says actions _ not just words _ are needed

President Barack Obama, daughter Sasha Obama and wife

Clinton says Moscow-leaning Ukrainian leaders free to choose own alliances, NATO’s door open

President Barack Obama, daughter Sasha Obama and wife

Clinton arrives in Ukraine on first leg of trip to promote democracy in post-Soviet states

Clinton arrives in Ukraine on pro-democracy tour

Lawmakers approve bill to enshrine Ukraine’s nonaligned status into law

Parliament cements Ukraine’s nonaligned status

Ukrainian Communists unveil monument to Stalin amid nationalist protest

Ukrainian Communists unveil monument to Stalin

Prosecutors investigate disorder in Ukraine’s legislature during vote on Russian navy deal

Prosecutors investigate Ukraine parliament chaos

Amid flying eggs and drifting smoke, Ukrainian parliament ratifies Russian naval lease

Ukraine ratitifes Russian naval lease

KIEV, Ukraine — Ukraine’s parliament has voted to extend Russia’s lease of a Crimean naval port for the Black Sea Fleet in a chaotic session during which eggs and smoke bombs were thrown.

Thousands rally in Ukraine’s capital against Black Sea Fleet deal with Russia

Thousands protest in Ukraine over deal with Russia

Reports: Moscow, Kiev agree to extend stay of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet in Ukraine’s waters

Ukraine, Russia to extend Black Sea Fleet lease

Early dividends for Obama nuke summit: China on Iran sanctions, Ukraine on uranium

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Reports: Ukrainian court overturns posthumous honors for nationalist leader

Ukrainian court annuls award to nationalist

Ukraine lawmakers aim to pass law prohibiting membership in military alliances such as NATO

Ukraine to pass law scrapping NATO ambitions

Ukrainian lawmakers form coalition backing President Yanukovych, approve new prime minister

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Ukraine’s parliament ousts Tymoshenko government in a no-confidence vote

Tymoshenko’s government ousted in Ukraine

KIEV, Ukraine — The Ukrainian parliament has ousted the government of Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko in a no-confidence vote.

Ukrainian PM Tymoshenko’s pro-Western ‘Orange’ coalition dissolves, she’s likely to lose post

Ukrainian PM’s Orange coalition dissolves

KIEV, Ukraine — Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko’s pro-Western Orange coalition dissolved Tuesday as her former allies turned against her, setting her up to be ousted in a no-confidence vote.

Ukrainian premier Yulia Tymoshenko’s majority coalition has dissolved

Ukrainian premier’s majority coalition dissolves

Viktor Yanukovych, foe of the Orange Revolution, inaugurated as Ukraine’s president

Viktor Yanukovych inaugurated as Ukraine president

Ukraine’s prime minister dares opponents to oust her before rival’s inauguration as president

Ukraine’s Tymoshenko to rivals: oust me if you can

Ukraine’s Tymoshenko calls for coalition to remain firm against president-elect

Ukraine premier calls for coalition to remain firm

Yanukovych’s party seeks Ukraine government dismissal; prime minister to address nation

Yanukovych’s party seeks Ukraine gov’t dismissal

Ukranian PM Tymoshenko withdraws her legal challenge of presidential election results

President Barack Obama

Ukrainian court suspends results of Ukraine’s presidential election pending decision on appeal

President Barack Obama

Ukraine’s outgoing president: Successor will return Ukraine to Russia’s grip

Ukraine’s outgoing president warns of turn East

Viktor Yanukovych to be inaugurated as Ukraine’s president Feb. 25, supporters say

Yanukovych’s inaugeration in Ukraine to be Feb. 25

Official: Viktor Yanukovych’s inauguration as new Ukrainian president set for Feb. 25

Yanukovych’s presidential inauguration on Feb. 25

Russia-friendly Yanukovych named winner of Ukraine’s presidential vote; rival vows to fight

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Ukraine’s election body says Viktor Yanukovych has won presidency according to official count

Yanukovych named official winner of Ukraine vote

Ukraine’s Central Election Commission refuses to consider Tymoshenko’s vote fraud claims

Ukrainian officials reject Tymoshenko’s complaints

Ukraine Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko says elections were rigged, vows to fight in court

Tymoshenko calls Ukraine vote rigged

KIEV, Ukraine — Ukraine’s Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko — apparently defeated by a narrow margin in last week’s presidential vote — ended six days of silence Saturday by saying the election had been rigged and she would challenge the result in court.

Spokeswoman: Ukraine presidential candidate Tymoshenko to make first statement on vote

Tymoshenko to make statement on presidential vote

World leaders hail Yanukovych as winner in Ukraine vote, raising pressure on rival to resign

President Barack Obama speaks briefly on Afghanistan

Obama calls Ukraine opposition leader to congratulate him on winning presidency

U.S. President Barack Obama joins Martha Coakley

Ukraine PM Yulia Tymoshenko ignores calls to concede presidential election and resign

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Iran proclaims new success in uranium enrichment

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Sunni party drops out of Iraq’s national elections

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