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By Christian Lowe KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine's Viktor Yanukovich, humiliated in the 2004 "Orange Revolution," was set to celebrate a political comeback on Thursday after President Viktor Yushchenko backed him to be prime minister.
KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko said on Friday a coalition of liberal parties backing the "Orange Revolution" had all but collapsed and called for a new grouping to form a government.
By Ron Popeski KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine's parliam
KIEV (Reuters) - Socialist Oleksander Moroz was e
By Ron Popeski KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian President Viktor Yushchenko's party backed a coalition with other "Orange Revolution" liberals on Thursday, consigning to opposition a party sympathetic to Moscow that won first place in a March 26 poll.
By Christian Lowe KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko tried on Saturday to reassert his authority after an election defeat, warning estranged ally Yulia Tymoshenko she could only head a coalition government on his terms.
By Ron Popeski KIEV (Reuters) - President Viktor Yushchenko urged parliament on Tuesday to approve his candidate for prime minister to save Ukraine from disorder and denounced a "cynical plot to destroy" his eight-month old liberal administration.
KIEV, Ukraine - The European Union and Russia urged Ukraine leaders Thursday to find a nonviolent solution to the election crisis gripping this former Soviet republic.
KIEV, Ukraine - Ukraine's opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko raised the stakes in his electoral standoff with the Kremlin-backed prime minister on Thursday, emboldened by the staying power of thousands of supporters who endured a fourth night outside in the bitter cold.
KIEV, Ukraine - Opposition leaders, backed by thousands of supporters who spent a fourth night outside in the bitter cold, kicked off a nationwide strike Thursday to protest the Ukrainian government's decision to name a Kremlin-backed candidate winner of presidential elections.