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B. 01-05 Khodorkovsky arrives in Switzerland Basel, Switzerland
C. 01-09 Six deaths, car blast prompt security sweep ahead of Games in Sochi Stavropol, North Caucasus
3. 01-10 Ukraine ex-minister hurt in clashes Kiev
01-19 Clashes in Kiev after protest ban Kiev
5. 01-22 3 protesters dead amid clashes with police in Kiev Kiev
G. 01-23 Crisis talks after Ukraine bloodshed Kiev
H. 01-23 Scepticism over Ukraine crisis talks Kiev

Ukraine leader pledges crisis talks Islamic militant video threatens Sochi games Ukraine president warns Kiev protesters amid clashes Russian forces hunt Dagestan militants, 'black widows' Rescued expedition in Australia port Obama offers security assistance to Putin as Olympic terror fears mount   3 protesters dead amid clashes with police in Kiev   Two people were shot. Ukraine's Interior Ministry said it was investigating a third death, the circumstances of which are not clear Ukraine opposition issues ultimatum   Crisis talks after Ukraine bloodshed   Ukrainian opposition leaders are due to meet President Viktor Yanukovych, a day after the first deaths in protests that have gripped Kiev for two months   Scepticism over Ukraine crisis talks   Protesters in Ukraine have expressed scepticism that talks between an opposition leader and President Viktor Yanukovych can make progress   Russia: Edward Snowden won't be pressured to end asylum   Russia says it will continue to extend asylum protections to Snowden and won't send him back home. Snowden sees no chance of fair trial Protesters seize Ukraine offices   Concessions fail to end Kiev unrest   Violence has continued in the Ukrainian capital Kiev, after President Yanukovych promised to make concessions to try to end the country's crisis Russia frees Khodorkovsky ex-partner Lebedev India reportedly disappointed with stealth fighters from Moscow  Despite initial high expectations, the Indian Air Force appears to be souring on a joint development deal for a new 5th-generation fighter j...   Ukrainian president meets opposition   Yanukovych is holding fresh talks with opposition leaders, hours after a minister said efforts to peacefully resolve the ongoing unrest were... 4 Russian Coast Guards die in boat wreck   Yanukovych offers jobs to opposition
Russian officials identify suicide bomb suspect Khodorkovsky arrives in Switzerland Singapore A380 in emergency landing   Antarctic ships escape from ice trap  The Russian research ship Akademik Shokalskiy and Chinese icebreaker Xue Long have broken free from ice where they had been stranded Six deaths, car blast prompt security sweep ahead of Games in Sochi   Russian authorities are investigating 6 suspicious deaths and at least one car explosion about 300 miles from the site of next month's Winter... Ukraine ex-minister hurt in clashes Kalashnikov 'pain' over rifle deaths Ukraine MPs pass 'anti-protest' laws Federer cruises to round four; Sharapova wins Russian forces kill seven in Dagestan siege   Clashes in Kiev after protest ban

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Jan.1   Moscow
Jan.5   Switzerland
Jan.6   Azerbaijan
Jan.7   Antarctica  
Jan.9   North Caucasus  
Jan.10   Kiev
Jan.13   Ural
Jan.16   Kiev
Jan.17   Melbourne
Jan.18   North Caucasus
Jan.19   Kiev  
  Clashes have broken out after large crowds of pro-EU demonstrators rallied in Ukraine's capital against new laws which aim to curb public protests
 Stun grenades were thrown as protesters tried to reach parliament, their way blocked by police. Vitali Klitschko later said President Yanukovych had agreed to set up a cross-party commission to resolve the crisis
Jan.20   North Caucasus
Jan.21   North Caucasus
Jan.22   Kiev  
Jan.23   Kiev  
Jan.24   Moscow  
  Western Ukraine
Jan.25   Kiev  
  Russian Far East
  Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych has offered the post of prime minister to opposition leader Arseniy Yatsenyuk
  Kiev     Ukraine opposition rejects offers   Opposition leader Arseniy Yatsenyuk says protests will continue after he rejected President Yanukovych's offer to appoint him as prime mini... Jan.26   Kiev     Killed protester mourned in Ukraine amid crisis   Thousands chanted 'Hero', as a coffin carrying Mikhail Zhiznevsky, 25, who was killed in clashes with police was carried through the streets   Eastern Ukraine Ukraine protests 'spread' into Russia-influenced east   Russia NSA 'spied on companies' - Snowden   Kiev   Ukraine justice minister in state of emergency warning Map of justice ministry Kiev Ukraine  Olena Lukash has warned anti-government protesters occupying her ministry that she will call for a state of emergency if they do no leave Jan.27   Kiev   Protesters leave Ukrainian ministry after warning   Protesters who seized the Justice Ministry left the building, after a minister warned she would call for a state of emergency   Kiev   Ukraine 'to scrap anti-protest law'   The Ukrainian president and opposition leaders have agreed to scrap anti-protest laws that had fuelled anger at the government, the presidency says   Kiev   Ukraine MPs to hold crisis vote   Ukraine's parliament is expected to vote on plans to scrap a new anti-protest law in a special session called over the ongoing unrest in the... Jan.28   Kiev   Ukraine government resigns
  President Yanukovych accepted the resignation of Mykola Azarov and his government , amid a political crisis fired by violent protests
Jan.29   Kiev   Ex-president warns Ukraine 'on brink of civil war'   Leonid Kravchuk, Ukraine's first post-independence president, has warned the country is on the 'brink of civil war'   Kiev   Ukraine passes protest amnesty law
  Ukraine passes a law giving amnesty to protesters detained during recent unrest, on the condition occupied government buildings are vacated
Jan.30   Kiev   President Viktor Yanukovych defiant amid turmoil   Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has insisted that he and his government are doing all they can to solve the crisis in the country   Volga Region Russia IDs 2 in connection with Volgograd bombing
  Russia Vodka blamed for Russian death rate Jan.31   Kiev   Ukraine activist 'was tortured'
  Dmytro Bulatov, who vanished for eight days says he was abducted and tortured before being left to die in the cold
  Kiev   President Yanukovych signs amnesty bill into law  The country's Parliament approved the amnesty bill in an extraordinary session Wednesday, a day after it annulled draconian anti-protest law...   Kiev Stand-off over 'tortured' Ukrainian

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