Few in Russian political circles will lose any sleep over incumbent Petro Poroshenko’s humiliating defeat.
Dramatic announcement could boost Petro Poroshenko’s standing days before the presidential runoff.
The challenger is far ahead in the polls but his isolation from the public he claims to serve may prove his undoing.
Mass labor migration eases pressure on the battered economy, but brain drain looms as more professionals join the exodus.
Decision could undermine Washington’s rationale for slapping tariffs on close allies.
The incumbent Poroshenko accepts Volodymyr Zelenskiy’s challenge to a drug- and alcohol-free contest.
Candidate with no political experience also dominates presidential poll in the first round of voting in Ukraine.
Broadcaster admits it ran a baseless story on a bribe allegedly paid Trump lawyer Michael Cohen to set up a White House meeting.
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