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B. 02-02 President Viktor Yanukovych returns to work Kiev
C. 02-03 Two killed in Moscow school shooting
D. 02-03 Stop the ultimatums, Russia tells Ukraine protesters Moscow
E. 02-06 Leaked Ukraine call embarrasses US Ukraine
F. 02-07 Beslan school siege: 10 years after Beslan, North Ossetia, North Caucasus
6. 02-16 Ukraine amnesty to come into force Kiev
7. 02-18 7 people killed in clashes between police and anti-government protesters Kiev
02-18 Police storm main Kiev protest camp Independence Square, Kiev
9. 02-18 Opposition blamed for Kiev clashes Kiev

Summary.     Click for More > Ukraine appoints interim president Russia: Ukraine leaders 'mutineers' Arrest warrant issued for Yanukovych Ukraine leader warns of separatism Rival rallies in Ukraine's Crimea Russia orders surprise military exercises Protesters name new Ukraine cabinet Russian troops seize govt buildings in Crimea   Dozens of armed men seized the regional government administration building and parliament and raised the Russian flag Armed men take airport in Ukraine's Crimea Viktor Yanukovych: I'm still Ukraine's President Ukraine: We stopped Russian forces
Two killed in Moscow school shooting Leaked Ukraine call embarrasses US 7 people killed in clashes between police and anti-government protesters Police storm main Kiev protest camp Map of Independence Square Ukraine  Police are storming the main protest camp in the capital, which has been occupied since November. Explosions are taking place Kiev bloodshed sparks sanctions push Kiev truce breaks as EU talks loom At least 21 protesters dead in Kiev Ukraine sanctions imposed amid clashes   Deal signed to end Ukraine crisis   President Viktor Yanukovych, opposition leaders and representatives of the EU signed the deal after a night of difficult negotiations Ukraine protesters stay despite deal Ukraine ex-PM Tymoshenko freed   The Ukrainian opposition leader and former Prime Minister, Yulia Tymoshenko, has been freed from jail   Ukraine MPs vote to oust president
Feb.3   Moscow
Feb.6   Ukraine
Feb.18   Kiev
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Feb.19   European Union
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Feb.20   Kiev
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Feb.21   Kiev
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Feb.22   Eastern Ukraine
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  Ukrainian MPs have voted to oust President Yanukovych and hold early presidential elections on 25 May.    The vote came after police stopped guarding presidential buildings, allowing protesters in. Yanukovych said it was a ...
Feb.23   Kiev
Feb.24   Moscow
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Feb.25   Kiev
Feb.26   Crimea
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Feb.27   Crimea
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Feb.28   Russia
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Thousands of anti-Putin protesters march in Moscow President Viktor Yanukovych returns to work Two killed in Moscow school shooting   An armed student who entered a school in Moscow and shot dead two adults before taking more than 20 teenagers hostage has been arrested Stop the ultimatums, Russia tells Ukraine protesters Russia's independent TV sees its troubles deepen Ukraine train-bus crash kills 12   Leaked Ukraine call embarrasses US   An apparently hacked phone conversation during which a senior US diplomat disparages the EU over the Ukraine crisis has been posted online Pussy Riot members disown pair U.S., Russian diplomats spar over Pussy Riot Beslan school siege: 10 years after Russia enacts anti-gay adoption ban Ukraine protesters end occupations Ukraine amnesty to come into force Ukraine opposition seeks constitution change vote   7 people killed in clashes between police and anti-government protesters   Olesya Orobets: Three protesters died and seven others were seriously injured during protests Tuesday in Kiev   Police storm main Kiev protest camp Map of Independence Square Ukraine


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Feb.1  Munich  Ukraine rivals face off at summit
Feb.2   Moscow
 Kiev  Ukraine rally targets Yanukovych
 Lithuania  Beaten protest leader leaves Ukraine
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Feb.3   Moscow  
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Feb.4   Eastern Ukraine
Feb.6   Ukraine  
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Feb.7   North Caucasus
Feb.13   Moscow
Feb.16   Kiev
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Feb.17  Donbass  Lavillenie shatters Sergey Bubka's pole vault world record
 Sochi  Darya Domracheva wins her third gold in the 12.5km biathlon
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Feb.18   Kiev  
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  Police are storming the main protest camp in the capital, which has been occupied since November. Explosions are taking place
 Fireworks are being thrown and large fires have broken out. At least 18 people were killed, including 7policemen. President Yanukovych blamed the violence on opposition leaders
  Kiev Opposition blamed for Kiev clashes Feb.19   European Union     Kiev bloodshed sparks sanctions push   Europe's leaders are to consider urgent sanctions against Ukraine after the worst violence in months of unrest claimed at least 26 lives   Kiev Ukraine president agrees truce   Kiev   Kiev truce breaks as EU talks loom   Anti-government protesters are again clashing with police, despite a truce agreed between the Ukrainian president and opposition leaders Feb.20   Kiev   At least 21 protesters dead in Kiev   At least 21 protesters have been reported killed by security forces in Kiev following the breakdown of a truce agreed on Wednesday   Kiev   Ukraine sanctions imposed amid clashes   The EU has agreed to impose sanctions on Ukrainian officials 'responsible for violence and excessive force' after the bloodiest day of clashes   Kiev Kiev tense after 'bloodiest' clashes Feb.21   Kiev     Deal signed to end Ukraine crisis
  President Viktor Yanukovych, opposition leaders and representatives of the EU signed the deal after a night of difficult negotiations.    The agreement gives the government 48 hours to restore an earlier version of the country's constitution limiting the president's powers and also calls f...
 Sochi  Ukraine wins 1st gold medal in biathlon relay   Kiev   Ukraine protesters stay despite deal   Thousands of protesters have remained in Kiev's main square despite a deal aimed at ending Ukraine's political crisis, in which dozens have ...   Kiev Ukrainian protesters claim control over capital
Feb.22   Eastern Ukraine   Ukraine ex-PM Tymoshenko freed Map of Kharkiv Ukraine
  The Ukrainian opposition leader and former Prime Minister, Yulia Tymoshenko, has been freed from jail
  Kiev Ukraine presidential quarters vacant   Kiev     Ukraine MPs vote to oust president
  Ukrainian MPs have voted to oust President Yanukovych and hold early presidential elections on 25 May
 The vote came after police stopped guarding presidential buildings, allowing protesters in. Yanukovych said it was a 'coup' and vowed not to stand down. Yulia Tymoshenko was released from detention, hours after MPs authorised the move
  Kiev Crowds hail Ukraine ex-PM Tymoshenko
Feb.23   Kiev   Ukraine appoints interim president   Oleksandr Turchynov takes charge following the dismissal of President Viktor Yanukovych. MPs they had until Tuesday to form a new unity government   Kiev Ukraine to seek European integration   Estonia Estonian prime minister is resigning   Moscow Russia recalls ambassador over 'deterioration' Feb.24   Moscow     Russia: Ukraine leaders 'mutineers'   Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has said he doubts the legitimacy of Ukraine's new authorities   Kiev     Arrest warrant issued for Yanukovych  Viktor Yanukovych is not in Kiev. The mayor of Kharkiv, where Yanukovych was Saturday, says he hasn't seen him in a few days   Kiev Ukraine to appoint unity government Feb.25   Kiev     Ukraine leader warns of separatism   Iinterim President Olexander Turchynov has warned of the dangers of separatism following the ousting of President Viktor Yanukovych   Kiev Ukraine delays forming new government   Ukraine Ukraine is not caught in East-West battle, says US Feb.26   Crimea     Rival rallies in Ukraine's Crimea Map of Simferopol Crimea Ukraine  Pro-Russian demonstrators facing off against rival protesters in the city of Simferopol and neighboring Russia ordering surprise military exercises   Ukraine     Russia orders surprise military exercises Map of Crimea Ukraine  Russia ordered exercises on Ukraine's doorstep as tensions in that country's southern Crimea region simmered   Kiev   Protesters name new Ukraine cabinet   The Maidan council named Arseniy Yatsenyuk to become prime minister. The cabinet - to be voted on by MPs includes leading activists   Kiev Ukraine leaders warn of tough steps Feb.27   Crimea     Russian troops seize govt buildings in Crimea Map of Simferopol Crimea Ukraine
  Dozens of armed men seized the regional government administration building and parliament and raised the Russian flag.    The seizure, coming a day after Russia ordered surprise military exercises on Ukraine's...
  Kiev Ukraine warns of Russia 'aggression'   Crimea     Armed men take airport in Ukraine's Crimea Map of Simferopol Crimea Ukraine  Dozens of armed men in military uniforms seized an airport in the capital of Ukraine's strategic Crimea region early Friday Feb.28   Russia     Viktor Yanukovych: I'm still Ukraine's President Map of Rostov-on-Don Russia  Ousted President gave a defiant performance, as he insisted that he remained the country's legitimate elected leader and was not giving up yet   Crimea   Ukraine: We stopped Russian forces   Tension dramatically mounted in Ukraine's Crimea region as its ambassador to the UN warned Russia against any further violation of its territorial...   Washington Obama warns Russia over Ukraine