Ukrainian Separatists Force-March POWs Through StreetsThe prisoners were followed by street cleaning vehicles to symbolically cleanse the road where they had walked.
Moscow, Kiev Reach 'Mutual Understanding' as Fighting ContinuesUkraine, Russia end peace talks and resolve to end fighting in the volatile east - as battles continue to rage in Slaviansk.
Military Assault in Ukraine Sparks Mass ExodusAccusations fly between Kiev and Moscow as thousands rumored to be seeking asylum.
Infighting Breaks Out in Ukraine's DonetskDonetsk separatists declare they are 'ready to defend' the region against local pro-Ukrainian militias, creating a multiple-front conflict.
Tense Standoff in Battle for Donetsk AirportBoth sides claim victory prematurely in battle for eastern Ukrainian airport. But are Russian troops waiting in the wings?
Moscow Pushing for Peace Before Kiev VoteVladimir Putin vows to work with the new Ukrainian government ahead of the Kiev vote. But is it too little, too late?
Referendum Vote Commences in UkraineEastern Ukraine goes to the polls over the possibility of secession. But does it even matter?
Despite Offer, Pro-Russian Militants Push Ahead with Referendum'Civil war has already begun,' a separatist leader explained. 'We just voice what the people want.'
Russia Urges Ukrainian Separatists to Stand DownVladimir Putin, in surprising about-face, calls back troops, urges pro-Russian gunmen in eastern Ukraine to postpone referendum.
Kiev 'At War' with Pro-Russian Rebels After 42 KilledBomb attack in Odessa kills 42 Ukrainians Friday, plunging region deeper into crisis. Is unrest turning into a civil war?
Ukraine 'Helpless' Against Pro-Russian GunmenActing president Alexander Turchinov insists eastern Ukraine being taken over by 'terrorist organizations,' says police 'helpless.'
'Russia Wants to Start World War Three'Rhetoric between Moscow, Kiev escalates, as Russia accuses Ukraine of war crimes and Ukraine accuses Russia of war-mongering.
Tensions Rise Again in Ukraine After Two Tortured Bodies FoundUkraine vows more 'counter-terrorism' operations in Donetsk after mutilated bodies found; US pledges support, warns Russia.
Liberman: Repairing Russia-Ukraine Relations an Israeli PriorityForeign Minister Avigdor Liberman to meet with new Ukrainian PM, but refuses to take sides; urges reconciliation between Moscow, Kiev.
Moscow Accuses Kiev of Breaking Geneva AccordsRussian Foreign Minister accuses Ukraine of allowing 'extremists' to orchestrate events in Donetsk.
Five Killed in Eastern Ukraine as Clashes ContinuePro-Russian protestors clash again in Ukraine, amidst claims that military operations against separatists are temporarily suspended.
Neo-Nazism Raging in Ukraine?Amidst reports that pamphlets calling for Jews to 'register' are a hoax, Ukrainian PM vows to 'bring perpetrators to justice.'
Protestors Remain in Eastern Ukraine Despite DealPro-Russian separatists insist that deal reached between Russia, West 'does not apply' to them.
Expert: Russia Orchestrating Ukrainian ConflictFormer Israeli ambassador to Russia, in special interview, lends credence to Ukrainian claims that Russia is behind protests.
Catching Up? A Summary of Breaking NewsAs Yom Tov in the Diaspora ends Wednesday night, here is a summary of the biggest news stories to help our readers get up-to-date.
Ukraine 'On the Brink of Civil War'?Armored Ukrainian vehicles have been seized by pro-Russian protestors, raising concerns of an all-out war over regional tensions.
One Dead, 5 Injured in Clashes Between Ukraine, SeparatistsAfter armed men storm government buildings, encourage uprising in Donetsk, Ukraine fights back; clashes kill one, injure 5.
Kiev Threatens Force As Standoffs Continue in Eastern UkraineUkrainian Interior Minister insists that standoffs in three provinces over secession will end in 48 hours - by any means necessary.
Domino Effect? Another Ukrainian Province Demands IndependencePro-Russian demonstrators storm government buildings in Donetsk, sparking fears of another annexation.
Congress Approves Sanctions on Russia, Aid to UkraineCongress easily passes an aid package for Ukraine that includes sanctions against Russia for annexing Crimea.
West Grants Ukraine $14-18 Billion BailoutLifeline stretched for Ukraine after Crimea annexation as West offers big money. But is it enough to stabilize the embattled country?
10 Reasons Why Russia Will Invade UkraineIt makes more sense for Russia to invate Ukraine than it does for it to stay put.