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    EU tells Moscow to ‘assume its responsibility’ in Ukraine war
    Jan24

    EU tells Moscow to ‘assume its responsibility’ in Ukraine war

    BRUSSELS (AFP) – The European Union called Friday on Moscow to assume its responsibility in ending the separatist war in Ukraine.Time is running out in eastern Ukraine where the escalation of fighting has caused far too many civilian as well as military casualties, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said in a statement.Mogherini...

    Dutch to collect more remains from MH17 crash site in Ukraine
    Jan24

    Dutch to collect more remains from MH17 crash site in Ukraine

    A Dutch team is to return to the MH17 crash site in war-torn Ukraine to collect more remains of the 298 people killed when the Malaysia Airlines Boeing was downed in July, officials said Friday. “A small team including defense ministry employees will return to Kharkiv in Ukraine at the end of next week,” the […] The post Dutch to collect more...

    Dutch to Collect More Remains From MH17 Ukraine Crash
    Jan24

    Dutch to Collect More Remains From MH17 Ukraine Crash

    A Dutch team is to return to the MH17 crash site in war-torn Ukraine to collect more remains of the 298 people killed when the Malaysia Airlines Boeing crashed in July, officials said on Friday. …read more Source:...

    World › Pro-Russian rebels reject Ukraine peace deal; launch new offensive
    Jan24

    World › Pro-Russian rebels reject Ukraine peace deal; launch new offensive

    Pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine rejected a previously signed peace deal Friday and launched a new multipronged offensive against Ukrainian government troops, upending recent European attempts to mediate an end to the fighting. The main separatist leader in the rebellious Donetsk region vowed to push Ukrainian soldiers out of the…...

    Signs emerge of major Ukraine rebel offensive looming
    Jan23

    Signs emerge of major Ukraine rebel offensive looming

    Signs emerged Friday of a major rebel offensive looming in eastern Ukraine, which has seen a surge in fighting and deadly attacks despite diplomatic efforts to craft a lasting peace deal. One separatist leader said his pro-Russian rebels have launched a multipronged offensive and won’t join further peace talks — but left unclear whether...

    Pro-Russian rebels reject peace deal, launch offensive
    Jan23

    Pro-Russian rebels reject peace deal, launch offensive

    DONETSK (AP) -Pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine on Friday rejected a previously signed peace deal and announced a new multi-pronged offensive against Ukrainian government troops, defying diplomatic efforts to end the spiraling crisis.The main separatist leader in the Donetsk region said the insurgents wont engage in further cease-fire talks,...

    Xi’s quest for global peace
    Jan23

    Xi’s quest for global peace

    Make peace to make progress China used to hit the headlines in the international media due to its economic boom both at the domestic as well as at international fronts. Its leadership had no appetite for conflict or political debates where it was not directly involved. Consider Afghanistan: the rugged neighbouring country has been a hotspot for...

    Dutch to collect more remains from MH17 Ukraine crash
    Jan23

    Dutch to collect more remains from MH17 Ukraine crash

    A Dutch team is to return to the MH17 crash site in Ukraine to collect more remains of the 298 people killed when the Malaysia Airlines Boeing crashed in July, officials said. …read more Source: Channel...

    Dutch to collect more remains from MH17 Ukraine crash
    Jan23

    Dutch to collect more remains from MH17 Ukraine crash

    January 24, 2015 12:38 AMTHE HAGUE (AFP) – A Dutch team is to return to the MH17 crash site in war-torn Ukraine to collect more remains of the 298 people killed when the Malaysia Airlines Boeing plane crashed in July, officials said Friday. …read more Source: The Straits...

    Russia faces US$40b battle to stave off banking crisis
    Jan23

    Russia faces US$40b battle to stave off banking crisis

    [MOSCOW] Russia may have to spend more than $40 billion this year to avert a banking crisis, as the growing likelihood of a sharp recession threatens to pile extra costs on a sector suffering from Western sanctions over Ukraine and a plunge in the rouble. …read more Source: The Business...

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