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Ukraine warned on Wednesday that pro-Russia protesters have two days to vacate buildings they’ve occupied or they will face forced eviction. From The Independent: Ukraine’s Interior Minister has warned separatists occupying state buildings in its eastern regions to leave within two days or face forced...

As Ukrainian authorities cracked down on pro-Russia protesters Tuesday after recent unrest that escalated over the weekend, Russia issued a warning against the use of force and also alleged that a private U.S. military contractor is assisting Ukraine. From the LA Times: Ukrainian riot police...

The prime minister of Ukraine resigned on Tuesday in an attempt to help ease tensions after two months of protests and recent violent clashes there. From CNN: Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych accepted the resignation of Prime Minister Mykola Azarov and his government Tuesday, amid a...

Several deaths have been reported after ongoing clashes between protesters and police continued in the capital of Ukraine.  The number of deaths seems to differ among various outlets and the circumstances around some of the deaths appear to remain under investigation. From CNN: At least...

Demonstrations in Kiev, Ukraine erupted into violent clashes between protesters and police on Sunday. From Reuters: Protesters clashed with riot police in the Ukrainian capital on Sunday after tough anti-protest legislation, which the political opposition says paves the way for a police state, was rushed...

Anti-government protests again continued in Ukraine over the weekend after nearly four weeks of demonstrations, sparked by President Viktor Yanukovych’s refusal to sign an association agreement with the European Union. But after talks over the agreement had resumed earlier in the week, it seems work...

We previously have highlighted the Ukrainian protest movement seeking to prevent Ukraine from falling back under Russian domination: Protesters in Ukraine knock down statue of Lenin Authorities warn of further crackdown on protesters in Ukraine Protests continue in Ukraine despite crackdown Unrest continues in Ukraine...

Protests in Ukraine continued on Sunday, as hundreds of thousands reportedly gathered in the center of the capital of Kiev.  One group of protesters pulled down a statue of Vladimir Lenin. From the LA Times: Protesters toppled a monument to Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin on...

Authorities in Ukraine issued further warnings to protesters Thursday, coupled with sharp criticism from the prime minister, amidst continuing protests there that initially triggered a brutal crackdown and sparked broader anti-government sentiment. From Reuters: Ukrainian police on Thursday warned pro-Europe protesters they faced a “harsh”...

Protests in Ukraine continued on Wednesday as protesters persisted in their efforts to block access to public buildings after several days of unrest in Kiev. From the NY Times: The demonstrators who have laid siege to public buildings in this rattled capital expanded their protest...

Protesters in Ukraine ramped up activities Monday as they blocked entrances to government offices, blocked streets, and have called for a nationwide strike.  The actions follow a weekend of protests, triggered by the Ukranian president’s refusal to sign an association agreement with the European Union....