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Military operation comes as country’s new president-to-be pledges dialogue with Russia in bid to defuse crisis
Exit polls, early returns have the ‘Chocolate King’ on top, with more than half of votes
EU impose wide-ranging sanctions aimed at economy after pro-Russian rebels allegedly shot down flight MH17
UN rights chief says international law broken in shooting down of passenger jet as fighting impedes probe
At least 13 die in clashes near Donetsk, driving away Dutch and Australian police who planned to secure plane site
With battered infrastructure, residents hope for stability, normality amid Ukrainian army’s campaign in the east
Meanwhile, Kiev gains ground in its operation against Russian-backed separatists and EU moves to build sanctions
Downing of Flight MH17 shows dangers of supporting nonstate actors
Former security adviser Stephen Hadley says, "Russia should be punished for destabilizing Ukraine but not isolated"
Paul de Kuijer says if his brother Pim were still alive, he would be discussing a peaceful resolution to the conflict
State Department says evidence based on ‘intelligence information’ but declines to elaborate
Breaking news, updates, and analysis on the politics and ongoing turmoil in Ukraine
Explaining notable candidates, political parties, opinion polls and regional status votes
Since its independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, Ukraine has struggled with its identity
The country's historic relationship with Russia remains central to the identity of political groups