The Ukranian parliament has rejected the resignation of Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk.
Twenty eight migrants, mostly Bangladeshi, were wounded when foremen at a strawberry farm opened fire on about 200 immigrant workers who were protesting for back pay in the southwestern town of Manolada in April last year.
Pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine intend to take part in talks with Moscow, Kiev and the OSCE security and rights organisation in Belarus.
Ukrainian government troops have advanced against rebels in eastern Ukraine since the start of the month, when they pushed the rebels out of their best-defended stronghold, the town of Slaviansk.
"NATO has been too complacent about the threat from Russia, and it is not well-prepared," Britain's Parliament's Defence Select Committee said.
Neil Wallis, the paper's former deputy editor, and former features editor Jules Stenson, have been charged with conspiracy to intercept voicemails on mobile phones of well-known figures
The crew managed to parachute out of the downed military plane , say witnesses
The talks are expected to involve Russia's ambassador to Kiev, Mikhail Zurabov, and former Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma, who have met several times since the crisis in Ukraine began
L'Unita, founded by Gramsci in 1924 as the official organ of the Italian Communist Party, survived the fascist era as an underground newspaper
Hundreds of armed assaults have been launched from Russian soil, says a Ukrainian official.
The funds will be used to meet the urgent requirements of the most vulnerable people in Syria
Up to 41 people were detained and 17 police officers were wounded during the forbidden protest in Paris on July 19
Leaders of the United States and major European powers agreed in a teleconference to impose sanctions on Russia's banking, technology and arms sectors.
The Siberian Times, an English-language newspaper, published pictures of two new giant holes discovered by reindeer herders, one located in the Yamal and the other in the Taymyr peninsula
The labels Belgium has in mind would mainly apply to fruit and vegetables grown in Jewish settlements in the Jordan Valley of the West Bank
Officials said 14 people, including five children, were killed in fighting on Monday evening in the town of Gorlovka/Horlivka
European Parliamentarian Margrete Auken addressed a rally in Copenhagen calling for a permenant solution
In a telephone with U.S. Secretary of Defence Chuck Hagel, his Ukrainian counterpart Valeriy Heletey calls for US assistance in consolidating victories in the eastern provinces
Diplomats will hold more talks on Tuesday to try to forge agreement on broader economic sanctions on Russia, targeting capital markets, defence and sensitive technology
The fourth report from the United Nations' human rights agency on Ukraine said most of those leaving were Tatars and other minorities who faced 'intensified' discrimination
The U.K. will send a battle group to Poland as relations between Russia and NATO members plummet over Ukraine