KIEV—Some 13,000 people have been killed, a quarter of them civilians, and as many as 30,000 wounded in the war in eastern Ukraine since it broke out in April 2014, the United Nations says.
President Donald Trump announced late Thursday morning that he would not meet as scheduled with Russian President Vladimir Putin during the upcoming G20 summit.
Russian hackers indicted last month as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into interference in the 2016 election have also targeted Orthodox clergy.
The husband of Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, a Democratic congressional candidate in Florida, has received at least $700,000 from firms connected to a Ukrainian believed to sponsor contract killings.
The widely reported murder of a well-known Russian war reporter and Kremlin critic in Kiev was faked, the Ukrainian Security Service announced on Wednesday, as part of an attempt to foil an assassination plot against him.
The State Department reaffirmed on Wednesday that the United States views the Crimean peninsula as a part of Ukraine, not Russia.
The Trump administration has approved a sale of 210 anti-tank missiles to Ukraine, the State Department announced Thursday.