One Ukrainian serviceman has been killed and another injured in fighting in eastern Ukraine in the past 24 hours, despite a ceasefire deal.
One Ukrainian serviceman has been killed, and another injured, in clashes in eastern Ukraine between government troops and pro-Russian rebels, despite a standing ceasefire in the region.
At least 33 miners have been killed, and a further 14 injured, after a gas blast hit a Zasyadko coal mine in Ukraine’s restive, rebel-held eastern region.
Fighting in the restive eastern regions of Ukraine have killed at least three Ukrainian servicemen in the last 24 hours, according to a statement by Kiev military officials.
Ukrainian military officials have announced that one Ukrainian Army serviceman was killed and four others were injured in fighting in the country’s restive eastern regions.
A Ukrainian journalist has been killed by shelling in the country’s restive eastern region, despite a standing ceasefire between the two sides.
At least two people, including a police officer, have been killed after a bomb was detonated at a patriotic rally in Ukraine’s second city Kharkiv.
Ukrainian government forces have began to withdraw from the key strategic town of Debaltseve, after intense fighting over the transport hub – despite an ongoing ceasefire deal.
Footage has emerged of a domestic television crew in eastern Ukraine being forced to flee from a huge explosion, after mortar fire hit a gas pipeline in the area.
Intense fighting in eastern Ukraine, particularly around the embattled town of Debaltseve, has threatened to undermine a ceasefire agreed between both sides.