The former Georgian leader’s chief accusers are themselves blamed for undermining Ukraine’s corruption-fighting agencies.
Drama unfolds in Kyiv as police arrest the former Georgian leader, then give way to onslaught by his supporters.
Thousands of Meskhetian Turks have been resettled in Turkey, while their hopes of returning to their Georgian homeland still look dim.
Apparent coup attempt broke out when local leader sacked a longtime rival.
The operation was led by a Ukrainian journalist and involved an embassy adviser, according to the Belarusian KGB.
Ukrainian security agency says men were deported for endangering national security interests.
Possible prisoner swap with Kyiv discussed in phone talks; Kremlin dismisses Washington’s reported peacekeeping plan.
EU officials could consider the initiative at Eastern Partnership summit.
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