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    Putin orders Russian troops withdrawal from Ukrainian border – reports
    Oct12

    Putin orders Russian troops withdrawal from Ukrainian border – reports

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered Russian troops to withdraw to their permanent bases after military exercises in Rostov region near the border with Ukraine, Russian news agencies reported late on Saturday, citing Kremlin spokesman. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine leader says expects tough talks with Putin next week
    Oct11

    Ukraine leader says expects tough talks with Putin next week

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Saturday he expected planned talks with Russia’s President Vladimir Putin next week in Italy to be difficult but said Moscow had a crucial role to play in bringing peace to his country. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine conflict hampers recovery of sick children
    Oct11

    Ukraine conflict hampers recovery of sick children

    DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) – Maria, a nine-year-old girl suffering from cerebral palsy, was able to stand and walk unsteadily on her own before the outbreak of armed conflict between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine to launch 'full clean-out' of corrupt officials
    Oct10

    Ukraine to launch 'full clean-out' of corrupt officials

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine will soon begin mass firings of state officials who served under disgraced Moscow-backed leader Viktor Yanukovich and feathered their nests through corruption, the government said on Friday. …read more Source: The...

    Russian sanctions could be eased soon if Ukraine progress made – U.S. adviser
    Oct10

    Russian sanctions could be eased soon if Ukraine progress made – U.S. adviser

    LONDON (Reuters) – Talks on easing sanctions against Russia imposed over the conflict in Ukraine could begin in the next few weeks, but more measures are possible if there is no progress over a ceasefire deal, the U.S. Deputy National Security Adviser said on Friday. …read more Source: The...

    Serbia backs jail terms for Serbs fighting in foreign conflicts
    Oct10

    Serbia backs jail terms for Serbs fighting in foreign conflicts

    BELGRADE (Reuters) – Serbia’s parliament approved on Friday jail terms of up to eight years for anyone found guilty of fighting in foreign wars, in an effort to dissuade citizens from joining conflicts in Syria, Ukraine and elsewhere. …read more Source: The...

    Belarus detains Ukrainian soccer fans for anti-Putin chants
    Oct10

    Belarus detains Ukrainian soccer fans for anti-Putin chants

    MINSK (Reuters) – Belarus police detained dozens of Ukrainian and Belarussian football fans who shouted patriotic Ukrainian slogans and chanted abuse against Russian President Vladimir Putin at a match, a rights organisation and local media said on Friday. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine poll foresees big election win for pro-Poroshenko bloc
    Oct10

    Ukraine poll foresees big election win for pro-Poroshenko bloc

    KIEV (Reuters) – A bloc supporting President Petro Poroshenko looks set to register a strong win in a parliamentary election in Ukraine overshadowed by the separatist conflict in the east, according to a poll published on Friday. …read more Source: The...

    Families of MH17 victims to seek damages from Dutch state – lawyer
    Oct10

    Families of MH17 victims to seek damages from Dutch state – lawyer

    AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – Dutch relatives of victims of Malaysia Airlines MH17, downed over Ukraine in July, will hold the Dutch government liable for damages for its handling of the aftermath of the crash, a lawyer representing families said on Friday. …read more Source: The...

    Special report – Flaws found in Ukraine's probe of Maidan massacre
    Oct10

    Special report – Flaws found in Ukraine's probe of Maidan massacre

    KIEV (Reuters) – For millions of Ukrainians, it was a crime against humanity. In February, more than 100 protesters were gunned down in the Maidan uprising that toppled the president, Viktor Yanukovich. The victims are now known as “the Heavenly Hundred.” …read more Source: The...

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