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Russian aid convoy crosses border into Ukraine
Sep13

Russian aid convoy crosses border into Ukraine

The first 35 vehicles in a second Russian aid convoy heading for rebel-controlled eastern Ukraine have crossed the border, Russian news agencies reported late on Friday. …read more Source: South China Morning...

U.S. expands sanctions on Russia over Ukraine
Sep13

U.S. expands sanctions on Russia over Ukraine

The United States on Friday slapped tougher sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine crisis, targeting Russia’s largest bank and leading energy and defense technology firms. …read more Source:...

US slaps new sanctions on Russian companies over Ukraine
Sep12

US slaps new sanctions on Russian companies over Ukraine

The European Union imposed fresh sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis yesterday as Moscow angrily accused its foes of trying to wreck the push for peace. …read more Source: South China Morning...

EU accused of wrecking push for peace with fresh sanctions on Russia over Ukraine
Sep12

EU accused of wrecking push for peace with fresh sanctions on Russia over Ukraine

The European Union imposed fresh sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis yesterday as Moscow angrily accused its foes of trying to wreck the push for peace. …read more Source: South China Morning...

Ukraine, pro-Russia rebels exchange prisoners in ceasefire deal
Sep12

Ukraine, pro-Russia rebels exchange prisoners in ceasefire deal

Government and rebel forces early on Friday exchanged dozens of prisoners captured during fighting in Ukraine, as part of a ceasefire agreement sealed earlier this month. …read more Source: South China Morning...

EU imposes new sanctions on Russia
Sep12

EU imposes new sanctions on Russia

The European Union has imposed fresh sanctions on Russia, targeting some of its largest companies, in a response to Moscow’s actions in Ukraine. …read more Source: China...

MH17 crash site still too unsafe for investigators, says Dutch defence minister
Sep12

MH17 crash site still too unsafe for investigators, says Dutch defence minister

The site in eastern Ukraine where Malaysia Airlines flight 17 crashed two months ago is still too unsafe for investigators to resume the recovery of victims’ remains, Dutch Defence Minister Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert said on Thursday. …read more Source: South China Morning...

U.S. to intensify sanctions against Russia: Obama
Sep12

U.S. to intensify sanctions against Russia: Obama

The United States will deepen and broaden sanctions in Russia’s financial, energy, and defense sectors ‘in response to its illegal actions in Ukraine,’ U.S. President Barack Obama said on Thursday. …read more Source:...

Russia says to counter new EU sanctions
Sep12

Russia says to counter new EU sanctions

Russia said on Thursday it will counter new sanctions imposed by the European Union (EU), calling the EU move short-sighted in view of the peace process in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

Xi urges Ukraine to launch inclusive dialogues asap
Sep11

Xi urges Ukraine to launch inclusive dialogues asap

Chinese President Xi Jinping calls on Ukraine to launch inclusive dialogues at an early date so as to reach a comprehensive political settlement of the crisis in the East European country. …read more Source: China...

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