Nearly a month after the House of Representatives took two historic votes to impeach the 45th president of the United States, the case moved to the Senate for trial. Look back at The World's coverage of the trial here.
Russian military hackers tried to steal emails from the Ukrainian energy firm where Hunter Biden, the son of Democratic US presidential contender Joe Biden, had a seat on the board, an American cybersecurity firm said on Monday.
Ukraine outlined four potential scenarios on Thursday to explain the deadly crash of one of its airliners in Iran, including a missile strike and terrorism, as Iranian investigators said the plane was on fire before it fell to the ground.
While Republicans are still divided over whether the Senate should eventually hear more testimony, the vast majority of them have agreed to leave the decision until after the trial has started, McConnell told a news conference.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is known as a master of Senate rules. Now that the House has impeached President Donald Trump, what will he do to influence the process — and outcome — of a trial?
The railway portion of Europe's longest bridge opened Monday, Dec. 23, 2019. The infrastructure project cost around $3.5 billion and spans nearly 12 miles. But as far as many European leaders are concerned, it's nothing to celebrate.
The impeachment of President Donald Trump in the US House of Representatives on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress sets the stage for a historic trial next month in the Republican-controlled Senate on whether he should be removed from office.
Apple recently made a switch to display Crimea as a Russian territory for users in Russia and the Crimea peninsula. The World's Marco Werman speaks with cartographer Mick Ashworth about how map makers deal with disputed borders.
Saturday marks the 4th anniversary of the start of Ukraine's Orange Revolution. The promise was Western-style democracy. But Ukrainians are losing confidence in that democracy and the leaders that helped usher it in.
Ukraine's economy depends heavily on exports...especially steel. But now with many of the world's economies shrinking by the day, there are fewer places able to take what Ukraine has to offer. The BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse reports.
Some in Ukraine would like to see the country shake off its heavy reliance on Russian natural gas by tapping its huge coal resources. But Ukraine's coal mines are old, inefficient, and extremely dangerous.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Masha Lipman, a political analyst at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Moscow, about the view from Russia of the standoff with Ukraine over natural gas supplies.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with the BBC's Nick Thorpe in Budapest, Hungary, where some people are still shivering from a lack of heat. The natural gas dispute between Russia and Ukraine is to blame. The dispute apparently ended today, only to start again. We also hear how people are coping with the cold in Bulgaria and Bosnia.
The heat is back on in Ukraine. Residents there were without gas for nearly three weeks after Russia turned off the taps to the Ukraine in a dispute over pricing. The World's Gerry Hadden tells us a agreement has now been reached.
For today's Geo Quiz, we asked you to name a former Soviet Republic that's now making some changes to its map. Name changes, that is. The answer is Ukraine. Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Rostoslav Khotin, editor of the BBC's Ukrainian service.