No one used the word reward, but the subtext was clear for all to see.
Thousands of opposition demonstrators marched in front of the parliament building in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, protesting a deal reached earlier this week to extend Russia's military presence in the former Soviet Republic, national news media reported.
Russia's president and the newly elected president of Ukraine signed a landmark agreement on Wednesday that signals an end to years of enmity between the two former Soviet republics.
Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich pledged Thursday to make his country "a bridge between East and West" after being sworn into office in Kiev.
Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko has withdrawn her appeal to contest the results of the Ukrainian presidential election held earlier this month, her press office said Saturday.
The final results from Ukraine's presidential election on Wednesday showed former Prime Minister Victor Yanukovich winning a close race, but an official declaration of a victor was still to come.
In an exclusive interview with CNN's Matthew Chance, Ukraine President-elect Viktor Yanukovich talks of the future.
Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko refuses to concede defeat in Ukraine's presidential election and plans to demand a recount in some districts, officials from her party, Bloc Tymoshenko, said Tuesday.
Victor Yushchenko, the politician brought to power in Ukraine's Orange Revolution five years ago, is struggling to hold onto the presidency as voters go the polls Sunday -- and the man accused of stealing the election in 2004 is a strong contender to win it legitimately this year.
The owners of the Greek ship Ariana, hijacked more than six months ago off the coast of Somalia, said Thursday it has been released.
A Ukrainian general has been arrested in connection with the murder of a journalist nearly nine years ago, the country's president said Wednesday.
The final death toll from a Christmas Eve explosion in a five-story apartment building in southern Ukraine has increased to 27 people, including three children, Ukrainian officials said Friday.
Hundreds of emergency workers combed the site of a five-story apartment building in southern Ukraine Thursday after a series of explosions reduced it to rubble, authorities said.
Ukraine's parliament on Wednesday gave initial approval to legislation crucial for receiving an emergency loan from the International Monetary Fund, as forecasts of the country's financial crisis grew gloomier.
New elections looks likely to produce a government that's in no hurry to enter NATO
The US Navy delivered 17 tons of humanitarian aid to a Georgian port Saturday, while Russians watched every move.
The United States has backed Ukraine's bid for NATO membership a day after similarly supporting Georgia, in a move which may further stoke tensions with Russia.
The Georgia war provoked a showdown whose likely winner is expected to be more cautious about taking sides in external conflicts
U.S. President George W. Bush has not wasted any time stirring the pot on his latest visit to Europe for the NATO Summit starting in Bucharest, Romania, Wednesday.
CNN's Nic Robertson reports on the twin battles UK Marines are fighting in southern Afghanistan.
CNN's Matthew Chance reports on the Russian president's acceptance of the PM job if his chosen successor is elected.
Averting what could have been another gas crisis across Europe, Russia and Ukraine have fixed a price on natural gas for 2008 while Kiev has promised to pay its 2007 gas debts.
New moves to pressure Ukraine on gas supplies could be driven by Moscow's political agenda, but they could also signal the Russian gas giant's own supply problems
Ukraine's parliament elected pro-Western former premier Yulia Tymoshenko as its new prime minister on Tuesday, the Ukrinform national news agency reported.
For the third time in thee years, Ukrainians are heading to the polls. CNN"s Mathew Chance reports.
Whatever the outcome, there will be lots of maneuvering in the months to come
Ukrainians vote in a snap parliamentary election to end months of political paralysis. CNN's Matthew Chance reports
In a week in which the latest James Bond movie premiered a few streets away in Leicester Square, the news of the apparent poisoning of a former KGB spy in a London sushi bar offered a glimpse into a real-life world of intrigue and espionage.
Yulia Tymoshenko's motorcade slices through Odessa, roof lights spinning, Klaxons barking. It's campaign season again, and Ukraine's "samurai in a skirt" is back in action. Which may seem odd to an...
Yulia Tymoshenko's motorcade slices through Odessa, roof lights spinning, Klaxons barking. It's campaign season again, and Ukraine's "samurai in a skirt" is railing against official mendacity. Whic...
Moscow and Kiev officials have praised a deal to end a pricing dispute for Russian natural gas that caused shortages in Ukraine and throughout Western Europe.
Ukraine could accept a Russian compromise deal in a dispute over natural gas supply prices, but more talks are needed, a spokesman for the Ukrainian prime minister is reported to have said.
Ukraine President Viktor Yushchenko has sacked his entire 7-month-old government amid political squabbling among its members.
Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko, who came to power in January after a popular uprising, will address a joint meeting of the U.S. Congress next week, Senate and House leaders said Wednesday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has arrived in Ukraine for a brief but significant visit aimed at putting the two countries' relations back on track after a period of political tension over Ukraine's recent presidential elections.
Ukraine's former interior minister has been found dead in an apparent suicide on the day he was to be questioned about the killing of an opposition-minded journalist, officials said.
Newly-elected Ukrainian president Viktor Yushchenko is to intervene in the ownership row over the country's top football club Dynamo Kiev, the interfax agency reported Thursday.
Viktor Yushchenko, the newly elected president of Ukraine, said he is very happy that "our beautiful revolution" made so many people happy.
Newly sworn-in Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko has named radical ally Yulia Tymoshenko acting prime minister.
I'VE BEEN THINKING A LOT ABOUT Viktor Yushchenko, who is now President of Ukraine. It's not a job that you or I would really want. The perks are probably terrible. Like, you get to stay in the best...
Viktor Yushchenko has been sworn in as Ukraine's new president, closing a tumultuous chapter for the country.
Viktor Yushchenko was born in 1954 in a village in the northeastern region of Sumy, an area dominated by Russian speakers.
A leading European human rights watchdog has called on Ukraine's Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych to admit defeat as initial results showed his West-leaning rival Viktor Yushchenko winning the presidency.
Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko has said Ukraine will finally be free after declaring himself the winner of the rerun of fraud-filled presidential elections.
Opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko declared victory early Monday in Ukraine's presidential election, telling supporters it is the dawn of a new political era in the former Soviet republic.
More than 12,000 observers are moving into place as voting gets under way Sunday in Ukraine's controversial repeat of the presidential runoff between Viktor Yanukovych and Viktor Yushchenko.
Ukraine's Constitutional Court has ruled that parts of electoral changes recently adopted by parliament are unconstitutional, a day before a repeat of the presidential runoff.
The two rivals in Ukraine's presidential election rerun have made last-minute appeals to voters, closing a campaign that has thrown the country into turmoil.
The two men vying to become president of Ukraine exchanged attacks in a bare-knuckled television debate, six days before they face new elections that will be watched closely in many parts of the world.
The chief of staff to Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko says he was warned more than four months ago that the politician's life could be in danger.
Ukraine lawmakers have reopened their investigation in opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko's disfiguring illness after doctors in Austria said he was poisoned.
Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko says he is convinced Ukrainian authorities were behind the attempt to poison him with dioxin, but has declined to name anyone specific.
The doctor who has overseen the treatment in Vienna of Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko says the diagnosis of dioxin poisoning is "rock solid," but says more information must be obtained before medical authorities can determine the candidate's prognosis.
Dioxin poisoning caused the disfiguring illness afflicting Ukrainian opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko, doctors at an Austrian hospital said Saturday.
Ukraine's parliament has failed to approve changes to electoral laws that the opposition says were needed to prevent fraud in a rerun of a presidential election later this month.
Ukraine's Supreme Court has nullified the results of the country's disputed presidential election and called for a repeat of the runoff in three weeks.
The European Parliament has called for a rerun of the Ukrainian presidential election between Viktor Yushchenko and Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, who was proclaimed the winner amid allegations of fraud.
Protesters in Kiev's main square watched a crucial Supreme Court debate on outdoor TV screens Thursday as Ukraine awaited the judges' ruling on the country's election crisis.
Prodded by international mediators, the two rivals in Ukraine's disputed presidential election met face-to-face Wednesday and reached a compromise agreement for the opposition to lift its blockade of government buildings and for both sides to work on unifying the country.
Opposition officials say they have cut off negotiations with Ukraine's government aimed at settling the country's bitter and divisive presidential election dispute.
Ukraine's outgoing President Leonid Kuchma has said a new vote may be the only way to settle the country's escalating presidential election crisis.
In separate speeches Sunday, Ukraine's presidential rivals told thousands of their supporters that violence would only hurt their causes.
Ukraine's parliament has rejected the results of the country's presidential election and called for a new vote, nonbinding moves that indicate rising uneasiness with the standoff between the two candidates.
As officials meet in Ukraine to hammer out a solution to what opposition leaders say was a fraudulent election, the "world is "watching very carefully," President Bush said Friday.
The two candidates in Ukraine's disputed presidential election and mediators announced Friday a working group for further talks, but reached no other agreement on resolving the crisis gripping the country.
"This is only the beginning," Ukraine's opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko told tens of thousands of cheering supporters after the country's Supreme Court barred publication of disputed presidential election results until his appeal hearing.
U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell on Wednesday said the United States does not accept the results of Ukraine's presidential elections as legitimate, citing "credible reports of fraud and abuse."
Opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko has called the results of Ukraine's election "fraudulent" but promised there would be no violence from the thousands of demonstrators packed into Kiev's Independence Square.
Ukraine's Liberal opposition challenger Viktor Yushchenko has said he does not recognize the election of Ukraine's prime minister as president and has called for a country-wide "political strike."
Up to 200,000 protesters have marched on Ukraine's parliament demanding authorities admit they cheated in a presidential poll that showed the country's Moscow-backed prime minister had won.
Despite cold temperatures and blowing snow, large crowds have gathered in three Kiev locations, shouting and waving flags and signs to support opposition presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko after what they claim was a fraudulent election.
Ukrainian opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko has promised more protests against an election he calls fraudulent.
Opposition supporters camped out on the streets of Kiev after crying foul in a bitterly contested runoff vote in Ukraine's presidential election.
Ruling Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych narrowly led the presidential race in Ukraine on Monday, but a run-off against his liberal challenger appeared certain.
International monitors say Ukraine's fraught presidential election at the weekend fell short of democratic standards.
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