Yulia Tymoshenko

Major civil unrest is likely to impede the voting in Ukraine's first presidential election since violent protests toppled
In sum, it is disappointing that the Western media, which is a model for news outlets the world over, is proving unable to discuss a female leader like Tymoshenko on the same terms as her male counterparts. This is a crucial point in the history of Ukraine, and with information biases abounding within the country, the least we could do is present a fair picture from the outside.
I feel sorry for the people of Russia. They are being led into a totalitarian abyss of economic and spiritual collapse which goes hand-in-hand with poverty and devastation. Using degrading and immoral means, the Russian government has destroyed the notion of truth with their mad propaganda for the occupation of Ukraine.
Here are the five things you need to know on Sunday 22 February 2014... 1) IT'S THE OIL, STUPID It's all kicking off in the
Speaking from a wheelchair amid occasionally chaotic scenes in the square, which has become the focal point for the opposition
Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko has declared that "a dictatorship has fallen" after her release from jail. The
The Ukrainian parliament has voted in favour of stripping a law that could allow for the release of country's former Prime
Newly-elected far-right nationalist Ukrainian MPs brought chainsaws on their first day of work, and set to work tearing down
It's a great big world out there, and this week a lot of crazy stuff has been happening in it. We start in the USA, the alpha and the omega of crazy.
As concerns grow over the treatment of the Ukraine's former premier, Yulia Tymoshenko, in prison, the Foreign Office said