Crimea

Catfishing, malaria and timelessness
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Podcast

Catfishing, malaria and timelessness

Why are dating scams on the rise? Have scientists made a breakthrough in the battle against malaria? And can humans live without a sense of time?
30 Apr 2021
Human rights, Russian troops and rude town names
A protester is confronted by police
Podcast

Human rights, Russian troops and rude town names

Are human rights going backwards? Is Russia squaring up to Ukraine again? And why are we censoring maps?
16 Apr 2021
Ukraine conflict: is an end in sight?
Russia Ukraine
In Depth

Ukraine conflict: is an end in sight?

Zelensky and Putin meet in Paris for first ever peace talks, but Ukrainians fear their president will capitulate to Russians
9 Dec 2019
Why Apple is under fire over labelling of Crimea on apps
Apple
In Depth

Why Apple is under fire over labelling of Crimea on apps

The US tech giant has changed how the disputed territory is listed on its mapping and weather apps
29 Nov 2019
Is it time for the UK to forgive Russia?
Vladimir Putin
In Depth

Is it time for the UK to forgive Russia?

Theresa May ‘considering meeting Putin’ in bid to thaw diplomatic relations
17 Jun 2019
Russia seizes Ukrainian naval ships in Black Sea
A moored Russian tanker blockading the Kerch Strait
In Brief

Russia seizes Ukrainian naval ships in Black Sea

At least six Ukrainian sailors have been injured as tensions between Kiev and Moscow flare
26 Nov 2018
Crimea college mass murder: what do we know?
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In Brief

Crimea college mass murder: what do we know?

Unidentified explosive device was detonated inside the dining room of Kerch Polytechnic College
18 Oct 2018

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Christianity faces biggest schism in a millennium
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Christianity faces biggest schism in a millennium

Ukraine granted own independent Orthodox Church despite threats from Moscow
12 Oct 2018
Ukraine’s dolphin army died in ‘patriotic hunger strike’
Dolphins in Ukraine
In Brief

Ukraine’s dolphin army died in ‘patriotic hunger strike’

Kiev official claims mammals starved themselves to death following takeover of military base
17 May 2018
Donald Trump 'actively reviewing' whether to arm Ukraine
US soldiers march during a military parade in Kiev
In Brief

Donald Trump 'actively reviewing' whether to arm Ukraine

The US reasserts its support for Kiev ahead of huge Russian military exercises
25 Aug 2017
Ukraine bans Russian Eurovision contender
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In Brief

Ukraine bans Russian Eurovision contender

Singer Yulia Samoylova barred from May's contest in Kiev for visiting Russian-annexed Crimea in 2015
23 Mar 2017
Crimea left in darkness after electricity towers blown up
Crimea power cut
In Brief

Crimea left in darkness after electricity towers blown up

State of emergency declared in Russian-controlled territory after power supplies from Ukraine are cut off
23 Nov 2015
Ukraine rekindles Nato aspirations, angering Russia
Dmitri Medvedev
In Brief

Ukraine rekindles Nato aspirations, angering Russia

Dmitry Medvedev warns of 'extremely negative consequences' after Kiev drops non-aligned status
24 Dec 2014
Canada and Russia clash in Ukraine Twitter spat
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In Brief

Canada and Russia clash in Ukraine Twitter spat

A pointed tweet claims Crimea for Russia and leaves eastern Ukraine 'conveniently unillustrated'
29 Aug 2014
RT: Putin's mouthpiece or a home for alternative voices?
Claims of a pro-Kremlin bias are tarnishing Russia Today
In Depth

RT: Putin's mouthpiece or a home for alternative voices?

Latest Russia Today journalist quits and accuses channel of 'disrespecting the facts'
21 Jul 2014
G7 leaders threaten Russia with new Ukraine sanctions
G7 leaders and President of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso
In Depth

G7 leaders threaten Russia with new Ukraine sanctions

First meeting of G7 leaders since Putin was expelled is focused on world economy and climate change
5 Jun 2014
Prince Charles 'compares Vladimir Putin to Adolf Hitler'
Prince Charles during his four day visit to Canada
In Brief

Prince Charles 'compares Vladimir Putin to Adolf Hitler'

Prince of Wales tells Polish war refugee about his thoughts on Russia's intervention in Ukraine
21 May 2014
Ukraine crisis: EU and US need a more joined-up approach
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In Depth

Ukraine crisis: EU and US need a more joined-up approach

Stefan Wolff and Tatyana Malyarenko propose a three-point plan to deal with Russian intransigence
25 Apr 2014
BLAIR: West must unite against Islamic extremists
Former British prime minister Tony Blair
In Depth

BLAIR: West must unite against Islamic extremists

Former PM tells London audience the West should ignore 'differences' with Russia to combat extremism
23 Apr 2014
UKRAINE: Calls for new offensive in Slavyansk
A pro-Russia activist stands guard in the city of Slavyansk
In Brief

UKRAINE: Calls for new offensive in Slavyansk

Turchynov to relaunch military operations against pro-Russian separatists as situation worsens
23 Apr 2014
CRIMEA: Call-up papers for Polish men in London
Crispin Black
In Depth

CRIMEA: Call-up papers for Polish men in London

Poland feels vulnerable to Putin’s aggression: and let’s not forget, we’d be bound to help - as we did in 1939
24 Mar 2014
Week in pictures: 16 - 22 March
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In Brief

Week in pictures: 16 - 22 March

23 Mar 2014
Crimea has fallen to Russia: will the Donbas be next?
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In Depth

Crimea has fallen to Russia: will the Donbas be next?

Ukraine's future depends on a delicate power game in the east of the country, says Adam Swain
19 Mar 2014
Week in pictures: 2 - 8 March
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In Brief

Week in pictures: 2 - 8 March

9 Mar 2014
ROBERT FOX: Half-truths that fog Ukraine coverage
Robert Fox
In Depth

ROBERT FOX: Half-truths that fog Ukraine coverage

If Crimea is re-annexed to Moscow, the numbers fleeing could create a humanitarian crisis
7 Mar 2014
CRISPIN BLACK: West should back Ukraine partition
Crispin Black
In Depth

CRISPIN BLACK: West should back Ukraine partition

If we are happy to let Scotland go (depending on the referendum), we should let Ukraine split too
3 Mar 2014