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      Ukraine’s Backlog of Babies Born to Surrogates Begins to Ease
      Jun10

      Ukraine’s Backlog of Babies Born to Surrogates Begins to Ease

      Eleven foreign couples, previously barred by coronavirus restrictions, have entered the country to meet their newborns. But births are still outpacing pickups. …read more Source:: The New York...

      100 Babies Stranded in Ukraine After Surrogate Births
      May16

      100 Babies Stranded in Ukraine After Surrogate Births

      Travel bans have prevented the babies’ parents from entering the country. One official says as many as 1,000 babies will be born before restrictions are lifted. …read more Source:: The New York...

      Merkel Is ‘Outraged’ by Russian Hack but Struggling to Respond
      May14

      Merkel Is ‘Outraged’ by Russian Hack but Struggling to Respond

      Patience with President Vladimir Putin is running thin in Berlin. But Germany needs Russia’s help on several geopolitical fronts from Syria to Ukraine. …read more Source:: The New York...

      Ukraine Passes a Critical Anticorruption Bill
      May13

      Ukraine Passes a Critical Anticorruption Bill

      The Parliament approved a measure to stop insiders from siphoning aid money, but other forms of fraud persist. …read more Source:: The New York...

      Skadden Said to Have Paid $11 Million to Settle Ukraine Dispute
      May11

      Skadden Said to Have Paid $11 Million to Settle Ukraine Dispute

      The law firm paid a former Ukrainian prime minister, Yulia V. Tymoshenko, and an associate to avert a suit over its role in a report justifying her imprisonment by a political rival. …read more Source:: The New York...

      Desperate for Aid, Ukraine First Has to Fight Corruption
      Mar28

      Desperate for Aid, Ukraine First Has to Fight Corruption

      As the coronavirus attacks Ukraine’s economy, a critical $5.5 billion package from the I.M.F. is being held up over concerns about graft. …read more Source:: The New York...

      Ukrainian ‘Railroad Ladies’
      Mar18

      Ukrainian ‘Railroad Ladies’

      Ukraine’s traffic controllers and safety officers are a kind of lighthouse: a symbol of how certain things in this country stand firm in the present as a defiant nod to the past. …read more Source:: The New York...

      Anti-Russian Protests Erupt in Ukraine, Despite Virus Threat
      Mar17

      Anti-Russian Protests Erupt in Ukraine, Despite Virus Threat

      Organizers of a street protest in Kyiv say resisting Russian influence is more important than honoring a ban on mass gatherings. …read more Source:: The New York...

      Ukraine’s Zelensky Fires His Cabinet
      Mar04

      Ukraine’s Zelensky Fires His Cabinet

      President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine faulted his ministers for poor performance and for appointing foreigners to company boards, although Western donors have encouraged the practice. …read more Source:: The New York...

      Ukraine Is Threatening to Arrest Its Former President
      Feb29

      Ukraine Is Threatening to Arrest Its Former President

      The Ukrainian authorities have threatened to arrest Petro O. Poroshenko, the former president and current leader of the political opposition. …read more Source:: The New York...