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U.S. sanctions Russia-linked Ukrainian lawmaker
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Abducted Kolesnikova 'told she was leaving Belarus dead or alive'
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Belarus protest leader says threatened with death
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Two Belarus opposition leaders held in custody
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Another Belarus opposition politician seized
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Belarus opposition figure Kolesnikova 'tore up passport at border' to avoid forced exile in Ukraine
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Belarus opposition figure 'detained' at Ukraine border
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Belarus protest leader detained at border
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Russia FM accuses foreign forces of Belarus meddling
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Volodymyr Zelenskyy: 'high chance' of ending war in Ukraine 'this year'.
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I would repeat Belarus presidential election, Ukraine's leader Zelensky says
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Police detain hostage taker in Kyiv bank drama
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Full, comprehensive ceasefire begins in Ukraine
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Full ceasefire takes effect in eastern Ukraine
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Cease-fire in war-torn eastern Ukraine begins after six years of conflict
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Belarus claims opposition leader arrested trying to flee to UkraineAssociates and a Ukrainian official, however, say Maria Kolesnikova was actually detained after refusing to be forced out of her country.
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White House considers sanctions against Ukraine's governmentThe Obama administration says it is outraged at the images coming from the Ukrainian capital. President Obama has been on the phone with European allies discussing measures to stop the violence...
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Obama warns Ukraine of consequences for violence, but lacks leverageThe U.S. is leaning hard on 20 top Ukrainian officials that it holds responsible for the brutality in Ukraine, and banned them from traveling to the U.S. The U.S. is expected to take further action,..
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2/18: Violence in Kiev underscores deep divides in Ukraine; What's killing Minnesota's moose population?The trigger for Tuesday's violence in the Ukrainian capitol of Kiev was a refusal by some lawmakers to debate changes to the constitution that would have restricted the powers of President Yanukovich;..
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Ukraine protests: Thousands clash with policeIn Kiev, Ukraine, thousands of protesters are battling with police in some of worst anti-government violence in weeks. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Doves released at Vatican attacked by crow and seagullAt the Vatican, Pope Francis called for an end to violence in the Ukraine before releasing two white doves as a symbol of peace. Moments later, a black crow and a seagull attacked the doves in front of..
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Iran to send black boxes from downed Ukrainian airliner to Ukraine: ministerIran will send the black boxes from a downed Ukrainian airliner to Ukraine, Iran’s minister of Roads and Urban Development, Mohammad Eslami, said on Wednesday, according to the Tasnim news agency.
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