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    Ceasefire brings limited respite for east Ukrainians
    Jul21

    Ceasefire brings limited respite for east Ukrainians

    Natalya Brazhnikova goes to sell bread each day at a badly charred market on the outskirts of Donetsk in east Ukraine despite the risk of shelling and gunfire. Since her husband lost his job when the local coalmine closed because of fighting between government forces and pro-Russian separatists, their family has depended on the money she...

    Ceasefire brings limited respite for east Ukrainians
    Jul21

    Ceasefire brings limited respite for east Ukrainians

    Natalya Brazhnikova goes to sell bread each day at a badly charred market on the outskirts of Donetsk in east Ukraine despite the risk of shelling and gunfire. …read more Source: Channel...

    Russia submits alternative UN resolution on MH17
    Jul21

    Russia submits alternative UN resolution on MH17

    UNITED NATIONS: Russia on Monday introduced an alternative draft resolution at the UN Security Council in a bid to thwart the creation of a tribunal that would prosecute those responsible for the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over rebel-held east Ukraine. The Netherlands, whose citizens made up the majority of the 298 people killed in...

    Ceasefire brings limited respite for east Ukrainians
    Jul21

    Ceasefire brings limited respite for east Ukrainians

    DONETSK, Ukraine(Reuters) – Natalya Brazhnikova goes to sell bread each day at a badly charred market on the outskirts of Donetsk in east Ukraine despite the risk of shelling and gunfire. …read more Source: The...

    Goalie of Ukrainian national ice hockey team to play for Temirtau team
    Jul21

    Goalie of Ukrainian national ice hockey team to play for Temirtau team

    ASTANA. KAZINFORM – Goalie of the national ice hockey team of Ukraine Eduard Zakharchenko will continue his career in “Temirtau” ice hockey team, Sports.kz informs. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine film director goes on trial in Russia
    Jul21

    Ukraine film director goes on trial in Russia

    ROSTOV-ON-DON, (Russia): A Ukrainian film director went on trial on terror charges in southern Russia on Tuesday, after Moscow held him for more than a year in a case decried by Kiev, rights groups and prominent film directors across the globe. …read more Source: New Straits...

    Eyeing Russia, US leads fresh military drills in Ukraine
    Jul21

    Eyeing Russia, US leads fresh military drills in Ukraine

    Russia quickly condemned the war games as a threat to an already shaky five-month truce agreement in Ukraine.New footage emerges of MH17 crash aftermathResidents of Donetsk live in fearTense peace holds in divided UkraineFar right group challenges Ukraine government after shootout …read more Source: Thanh Nien...

    Russia proposes U.N. resolution on MH17 ‘aerial incident’, but omits call for tribunal
    Jul21

    Russia proposes U.N. resolution on MH17 ‘aerial incident’, but omits call for tribunal

    Russia on Monday introduced a U.N. resolution demanding that those responsible for shooting down a Malaysia Airlines plane over Ukraine last year be brought to justice — but eliminating the international tribunal that the five countries investigating the crash are seeking to prosecute the perpetrators. Russia said earlier this month it opposed a...

    Russian scientists squeezed by sanctions, Kremlin policies
    Jul21

    Russian scientists squeezed by sanctions, Kremlin policies

    Hundreds of Russian scientists say companies abroad are refusing to sell them scientific equipment they need to do their work and Western publications are curtly turning down their research papers. The reason, they believe, is a combination of sanctions against Russia over its involvement in Ukraine and rising hostility to Russia in the West...

    Local DVI team much needed
    Jul21

    Local DVI team much needed

    DISASTERS, many would argue, are becoming more commonplace. Between the natural and man-made ones, there are enough worldwide to keep the media well-stocked. In Malaysia, too, the frequency is increasing. Not too long ago, we had the Sabah earthquake, then there were the floods that hit the east coast states, the landslides and even a tsunami...

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