Ms Savchenko has already been on hunger strike and has said she will stop drinking water 10 days after the verdict
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Man has been arrested after posing as a teenager in Pennsylvania for four years
Artur Samarin, 23, pretended to be 18-year-old honour roll student Asher Potts
President Petro Poroshenko urged Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk and prosecutor general Viktor Shokin to resign in a bid 'to restore trust' at a meeting on Monday
The War Room was faced with a scenario that has haunted strategists since civil war broke out in Ukraine: potential Russian military involvement in Latvia and Estonia
Any troop deployment into Syria would be controversial in Kiev, not to mention in Europe
David Cameron and Vladimir Putin agreed to 'work together' to defeat Isis last month
It is not the first time a scuffle has broken out in the Ukrainian parliament
US Vice-President's comments reflect growing international impatience at the slow pace of reform
Museum alleges the case involves 'Ukrainian art criminals who have contacts on the highest political levels' in the country
An unresolved question of identity hangs over these accounts of a divided country
Russian media reports pylons in the region of Ukraine north of Crimea were blown up by Ukrainian nationalists
As the former rising power in the East sets out tonight on a revenge mission against Slovenia, Jack Pitt-Brooke considers how a war-torn country is hoping to find some consolation for its woes on the field of sporting conflict
Court hears how Vadim Bezkorovainiy became 'radicalised' by the tensions in eastern Europe
Ukraine’s foreign ministry lodges protest after police detain Ms Sharina and confiscate books and documents deemed to spread 'anti-Russian propaganda'