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  Ukraine's parliament ousts defense minister  Kiev: Lawmakers dismissed acting Defense Minister Ihor Tenyukh over his handling of the Crimea crisis following Russia's annexation of the peninsula Russia lawmakers vote to annex Crimea  Moscow: Moscow's lower house of parliament overwhelmingly approved, 443 to 1, a treaty to annex the Black Sea peninsula from Ukraine Ukraine votes for new National Guard  Kiev: Ukraine's parliament has voted to create a 60,000-strong National Guard to bolster the country's defences Russian parliament backs Crimea vote  Moscow: Russia's parliament gave its defiant support to Crimean lawmakers who want to see their region split from Ukraine and join Russia   Crimea lawmakers vote to join Russia Map of Crimea Ukraine
  Ukraine votes to drop neutral status  Kiev: Ukraine's parliament has voted to drop the country's non-aligned status and work towards Nato membership   Ukraine rebels to get self-rule  Kiev: Ukrainian MPs have granted self-rule to parts of two eastern regions, and an amnesty to pro-Russian rebels there   Parliament set to ratify landmark EU deal  Kiev: Ukraine's lawmakers are set to ratify a landmark EU association agreement - simultaneous with a session of the European Parliament   US senators urge arms for Ukraine  U.S. Senate: Leading American senators have called for the US to send weapons to help Ukraine fight what they say is 'a Russian invasion'   President calls snap vote amid fighting


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  Kiev: Petro Poroshenko has dissolved parliament and called snap elections, as government forces continue to fight pro-Russian rebel forces in the east
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  Lawmakers in the Crimean region voted in favor of leaving the country for Russia and putting it to a vote before residents in 10 days
 Ukrainian interim Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk calling such a referendum 'an illegitimate decision'

Mar.1
  Moscow: Russia's upper house of parliament has approved President Putin's request for Russian forces to be used in Ukraine.    Ukraine official: Russia has lau...
Feb.23   Ukraine appoints interim president
  Kiev: Oleksandr Turchynov takes charge following the dismissal of President Viktor Yanukovych. MPs they had until Tuesday to form a new unity government
Feb.22   Ukraine MPs vote to oust president
  Kiev: Ukrainian MPs have voted to oust President Yanukovych and hold early presidential elections on 25 May
 The vote came after police stopped guarding presidential buildings, allowing protesters in. Yanukovych said it was a 'coup' and vowed not to stand down. Yulia Tymoshenko was released from detention, hours after MPs authorised the move
Feb.17   Ukraine opposition seeks constitution change vote   Kiev: Opposition is to push for a vote in parliament on changes to the constitution - a move aimed at curbing President Viktor Yanukovych's power... Jan.29 Ukraine passes protest amnesty law   Kiev: Ukraine passes a law giving amnesty to protesters detained during recent unrest, on the condition occupied government buildings are vacated Ex-president warns Ukraine 'on brink of civil war'   Kiev: Leonid Kravchuk, Ukraine's first post-independence president, has warned the country is on the 'brink of civil war' Jan.27 Ukraine MPs to hold crisis vote   Kiev: Ukraine's parliament is expected to vote on plans to scrap a new anti-protest law in a special session called over the ongoing unrest in the... Jan.16 Ukraine MPs pass 'anti-protest' laws   Kiev: MPs loyal to President Yanukovych have rushed through sweeping legislation apparently aimed at curbing continuing anti-government protests

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Dec.3 Ukraine protests continue as opposition calls for vote. Kiev

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Apr.27 Eggs, fists fly in Ukraine parliament  Kiev: Lawmakers scuffled with each other, throwing punches and eggs, as parliament met to ratify a treaty with Russia that extends the navy presen...

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Jan.10 Cabinet in gas crisis
. Kiev Jan.9 PM to defend gas deal. Kiev

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Sep.20 Parliament no to PM choice  Kiev: The parliament has rejected the candidacy of acting Prime Minister Yuriy Yekhanurov

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Nov.29   Yushchenko seeks confidence vote  Kiev: The opposition leader will ask parliament to pass a vote of no confidence in the government of Yanukovych Nov.27 Parliament rejects election results
  Kiev: The parliament called for a new vote, nonbinding moves that indicate rising uneasiness with the standoff Nov.23 Poll protest at parliament  Kiev: Up to 200,000 protesters have marched demanding authorities admit they cheated in a presidential poll Lugansk Art Gallery - is a selling paintings art gallery, that offers you remarkable drawings, sculpture and paintings for sale.


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1. 12-23 Ukraine votes to drop neutral status Kiev
2. 09-16 Ukraine rebels to get self-rule Kiev
D. 09-15 Parliament set to ratify landmark EU deal Kiev
08-25 President calls snap vote amid fighting Kiev
5. 03-25 Ukraine's parliament ousts defense minister Kiev
G. 03-20 Russia lawmakers vote to annex Crimea Moscow
7. 03-13 Ukraine votes for new National Guard Kiev
I. 03-07 Russian parliament backs Crimea vote Moscow


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