Briefly summarized - after former president Yanukovych did not sign the contract between the EU and Ukraine, there has been increasing protests, which eventually escalated into a rebellion against the government and the president, after the events that killed several dozen people on the side of intervening units (mostly Berkrut), so on the side of the protesters, was finally to rokováním, when it was inter alia agreed on early elections parliamentary and presidential, however, the situation changes and the president and government were overthrown against all the controversies. Already at the time of the protests is part of Ukraine, mainly with the predominant or a significant number of Ukrainian Russians, there were views that the government should significantly intervene. However, this has eventually to a situation when rather a certain part of the Ukraine took over power (significantly Ukrainian), there were a number of some of the unfortunate steps, including cancellation of the language law (though he never entered into force). This in result has led to increasing proruským moods with sometimes up to the separatist tendencies, which inter alia resulted after a certain period of time and for the contribution of Russia to the detachment of significantly of the Russian Crimea and its subsequent affiliation to the Russian Federation. Already at that time the Ukrainian army too didn't pan out, in part this is certainly due to the inability of Ukrainian politicians, who were not in a position to make clear to enter the army, and their approach was against them mostly significantly indiscriminate. Finally, there were a number of dezercím including even high-ranking officers. Then began various events in other regions of Ukraine, where there's a greater amount of Ukrainian Russians and Russian-speaking Ukrainians. The situation went in the cast of several offices, including the acquisition of weapons and armament. Mostly light. Despite the geneva conference to happen eventually to the escalation of the situation and several conflicts mainly between the army and the rebels on whose side will locally join the army (most likely soldiers of Russian nationality). In the current situation, the dead count is already at the tens, there was to shoot down several military helicopters. The possibility of agreement and discussion between the two parties is moving away. Currently being the biggest fight in and around Slavjansku.
As far as the media is hard to track, which are more objective and where is the real truth, since while the western (and in ours) the media policies heavily favor one side (the western-oriented part of Ukraine), while the Russian act, of course, entirely the opposite. So on the one hand we have a democratic (or, conversely, of the greater part of the "nazi"), the leadership of Ukraine, which is really more or less irregular. And on the other side we have the separatists and the terrorists, controlled from Moscow, who without the permission of the Moscow nezavážou even the laces on the shoes (or also oppressed the Russian minority, which just prevents). Well just choose..