Paul Manafort trial: From Donald Trump's election campaign to guilty verdict, a look at the political consultant's journey
Paul Manafort was riding high, raking in tens of millions of dollars as the strategic adviser to pro-Russian politicians in Ukraine. Here's Manafort's journey from Trump's campaign to prison.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller's indictment of President Donald Trump's former advisor Michael Flynn has ratcheted up tensions in Washington, with the White House girding for possible obstruction charges against Trump himself
Paul Manafort surrenders before FBI: Trump's former campaign chief has long history of working with seedy foreign leaders
Paul Manafort had always worked behind the scenes in lucrative consultant deals before the 2016 US presidential race.
The charges are the first in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into potential coordination between Russia and the Trump campaign
FBI agents have searched one of the homes of Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Manafort's spokesman said Wednesday.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Tuesday told the country's security council that staying out of the Nato alliance was a "criminal" policy that his government is ready to reverse.
A second Ukrainian policeman died Tuesday from injuries suffered in street battles with protesters in Kiev, and more than 140 people were being treated in hospital, officials said.
Aksyonov arrived at the upscale Oberoi hotel accompanied by Russian diplomats to be greeted by a Mumbai-based merchant who wants to boost trade with Russia.
The United States is destabilizing the global order by trying to impose its will on other nations, Russian President Vladimir Putin declared.
The pro-Russian party that ruled Ukraine under ousted president Viktor Yanukovych said on Sunday it would boycott next month's parliamentary polls and form an "opposition government" to fight for regional powers and against Kiev's westward course.
He said sanctions could only make Russia more economically independent as Europe prepared new measures over Russia's role in the Ukraine crisis.
Kremlin spokesman had earlier dismissed a Moscow newspaper report of Russia weighing "targeted retaliatory strikes" against Ukraine as "complete nonsense".
The Ukrainian military says it has a plan to deliver a "nasty surprise" to the heavily-armed separatists who have dug in in Donetsk, a city of 900,000 people, after being pushed out of their bastion in Slaviansk last weekend.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Armed separatist groups and pro-Kiev forces have abducted, then beaten and tortured activists, protesters and journalists in eastern Ukraine in the last three months, Amnesty International said in a report published on Friday. No thorough or reliable data is available on the number of abductions, the rights group said. But figures from Ukraine's interior ministry show there were almost 500 abductions between April and June, and the UN Human Rights Monitoring Mission for Ukraine reported 222 cases in that time, it said.
The EU has hesitated to impose hard-hitting trade sanctions against Russia because of fears among some member states about antagonising their major energy supplier.
The Kiev government has said it will act quickly to seize back more territory from the rebels after re-taking Slaviansk over the weekend in what President Petro Poroshenko called a turning point in the conflict.
The military shake-up follows Poroshenko's rejection of a new ceasefire and his decision to resume a full offensive against the separatists in the east of Ukraine.
Ukraine will sign a sweeping economic and trade agreement with the European Union. Former Prez Viktor Yanukovych had planned to sign the deal but reneged.
The publication of the 14-point initiative followed two phone conversations in 72 hours between President Petro Poroshenko and Russia's Vladimir Putin, which highlighted the Kremlin's lingering influence over its smaller western neighbour.
Ukraine's forces have restored control of the border with Russia and can now prevent military equipment being brought across the frontier to support pro-Russian separatists.