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Bandung, 4 Maret 2014
Fadhilla Sandra Adjie@1 week ago
Ukraine has been in the news because it is at the centre of a big argument between the world’s most powerful countries.
The disagreement, between Russia and the world’s other big nations like the UK and America, is over a region in the south of Ukraine, called Crimea.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has sent thousands of soldiers into Crimea because he says he needs to protect Russian people who live there.
But western countries like the US, UK and France say that Russia’s taken over the region, and that what Russia is doing is against international law.
Crimea is the only Ukrainian region where most of the people living there believe they are Russian.
Tensions grew when a group of armed men took over the government buildings there and raised a Russian flag.
They also held marches supporting Russia through the streets. Ukraine’s new government saw this as a challenge to their authority.
On 28 February, Russia’s parliament agreed to send troops to Crimea.
US President Barack Obama phoned Russian President Vladimir Putin to urge him to pull back the troops.
Ukraine has had a violent few months that have caused some massive changes in the country.
From November 2013, big anti-government protests took place in the country’s capital, Kiev.
Those protests became very violent. Dozens of people lost their lives and hundreds more were injured.
The violence began when police tried to remove protesters, but they stood their ground - both sides fought with force.
The unrest eventually led to big changes in the government and President Viktor Yanukovych was forced from power.
There is a warrant for the arrest of Mr Yanukovych, who has fled to Russia and vowed to carrying on fighting for Ukraine.
Ukraine has a temporary president, Olexander Turchynov, and Arseniy Yatsenyuk was confirmed as the interim prime minister.
They also formed a new cabinet, who is expected to stay in power until elections can be held on 25 May.
Hundreds of thousands of protesters took to the main square in the capital Kiev over a row about Ukraine’s position in Europe.
It started in November after President Yanukovych decided not to sign a major partnership deal with the European Union (EU).
The EU is a partnership between 28 European countries that work together to make laws and share money.
Lots of the demonstrators support the EU and want Ukraine to be more friendly with other European countries.
Ukraine and the EU have been through years of talks to try and include the country in the partnership.
A series of events led to fighting between police and campaigners.
The government announced deals with Russia - which to many looked like an even bigger move away from Europe.
The most violent clashes in February began after reports a policeman had been shot.
By the end of February officials said 88 people had died because of the clashes.
In an attempt to end the violence President Yanukovych and his government agreed to a partnership with the leaders of the opposition, and offered some new terms.
But the anti-government groups did not think this was enough.
The campaigners took control of even more government buildings, and demanded that an election be held in May.
Things moved very quickly after this. President Yanukovych fled Kiev and because of this the government voted to remove him from power.
Olexander Turchynov has been named as the temporary president and a new government has been put in place until the election, which is set for 25 May.
Not everyone wants closer ties with the EU; there are also large numbers of people who support Ukraine’s close ties with Russia.
This is because the deal he signed with the country led to big cuts in the price of gas imported from Russia.
The Russian authorities have also supported Ukraine’s finances by investing lots of money in the country.
Most of Yanukovych’s supporters are in the east of the country, and these people think a deal with the EU would put Ukraine’s relationship with Russia at risk.
Ukraine used to be part of the Soviet Union, a group of states ruled from Moscow, in Russia.
But in 1991 the Soviet Union broke up and Ukraine became a country in its own right.
Since then there has been a tug of war over how the country should be governed.
The country will now prepare for the election on 25 May, when an official president and government will be chosen.
Until then, the temporary leader President Olexander Turchynov and the interim government will have to find a way to keep peace between his nation and other countries, particularly Russia.@5 days ago