Ukrainian Military Plane Crashes, Killing 22
The plane was carrying students from an aviation university. At least two more people were critically injured.
On Ukraine’s Border, the Coronavirus Ends a Hasidic Pilgrimage
After days of pleading to enter Ukraine despite virus travel restrictions, some pilgrims sang the country’s national anthem, to no avail. Most turned back on Friday.
Lev Parnas, Giuliani Associate, Faces New Fraud Charges
Mr. Parnas, who participated in a campaign to dig up dirt on the president’s political rivals, is accused of swindling investors.
Virus Strands Hasidic Pilgrims on Ukraine-Belarus Border
Hundreds of Jewish pilgrims seeking to travel from Belarus to Ukraine to visit the grave of a revered rabbi were barred from entering because of virus restrictions.
Pipeline Politics: Why Nord Stream 2 Is Back in the Spotlight
The attack on the Russian opposition leader Aleksei A. Navalny has revived calls to cancel a gas pipeline from Russia to Germany. Here’s what lies behind the debate.
Opposition Leader in Belarus Averts Expulsion by Tearing Up Passport
Maria Kolesnikova, who was abducted on Monday by Belarusian security agents, found a way to foil their plans.
Report Details Manafort’s Ties During 2016 Trump Campaign to a Russian Agent
The former campaign chairman Paul Manafort kept in close touch with a longtime colleague whom Senate investigators identified as a Russian intelligence officer.
Mothers, Babies Stranded in Ukraine Surrogacy Industry
Virus travel bans are wreaking havoc on surrogacy agencies that help same-sex couples build families.
Fighting False News in Ukraine, Facebook Fact Checkers Tread a Blurry Line
Facebook hired a Ukrainian group battling Russian disinformation to flag misleading posts. But critics say the fact checkers’ work veers into activism.
Ukraine Police Surround City Bus Seized by Armed Man
A man with an automatic weapon seized a city bus in Lutsk, Ukraine, and took about 20 people hostage in the town of Lutsk, the police said.