November 28th @ 3:48 PM GMT
Yahoo! Ukraine's former Moscow-backed president on Monday accused pro-EU protesters who forced his ouster of provoking the 31-month pro-Russian revolt in the southeast that has claimed nearly 10,000 lives. Viktor Yanukovych is a witness in the trial of five Ukrainian riot police who are accused of opening fire at mostly unarmed people during the February 2014 revolution that turned the ex-Soviet republic toward the West. Yanukovych himself stands accused of treason in Ukraine. (World)
November 25th @ 5:52 PM GMT
Yahoo! Video testimony by Ukraine's ousted president was postponed on Friday in the trial of five former special forces policemen charged with fatally shooting scores of demonstrators. (World)
November 28th @ 2:51 PM GMT
Yahoo! Ukraine's former Moscow-backed president on Monday accused pro-EU protesters who forced his ouster of provoking the 31-month pro-Russian revolt in the southeast that has claimed nearly 10,000 lives. Viktor Yanukovych is standing as a witness in the court case of five Ukrainian riot police who are accused of opening fire at mostly unarmed people during the February 2014 revolution that turned the ex-Soviet republic toward the West. Yanukovych himself stands accused of treason in Ukraine. (Politics)
November 25th @ 8:07 PM GMT
Yahoo! Ukraine's ousted former president Viktor Yanukovych said Friday he regretted ''not having called in the army and declared martial law'' in his bid to crush a pro-EU revolt in February 2014. ''My biggest mistake was, I could not, I did not find the strength in me to sign the decree to call in the army and introduce martial law,'' Kremlin-backed Yanukovych told reporters in Rostov-on-Don, in southern Russia. Ukraine's so-called Euromaidan protests lasted three months and culminated ... (World)
November 25th @ 6:10 PM GMT
Yahoo! The wanted son of ousted international athletics president Lamine Diack took millions of euros from Russian competitors in return for ''total protection'' from failed doping tests, a new investigation said Friday. Germany's ARD television and France's Le Monde newspaper said six athletes each paid between 300,000 and 700,000 euros ($318,000-$740,000) to top officials including Papa Massata Diack who is wanted by French authorities but in hiding in his native Senegal. The two media org... (World)
November 25th @ 6:14 PM GMT
Reuters New McLaren executive director Zak Brown has credited the Formula One team's ousted veteran boss Ron Dennis for his appointment. (Sports)
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