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    Five civilians dead as fresh battles rock east Ukraine’s Donetsk
    Jan21

    Five civilians dead as fresh battles rock east Ukraine’s Donetsk

    KIEV – Fresh clashes between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian rebels rocked Donetsk in the country’s war-torn east Wednesday, killing at least five civilians and wounding 29 others ahead of high-stakes peace talks, officials said.The deaths came with concerns mounting over the fate of civilians in the nine-month-old conflict that has...

    5 Civilians Killed Overnight in East Ukraine’s Donetsk: Official
    Jan21

    5 Civilians Killed Overnight in East Ukraine’s Donetsk: Official

    Fighting between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian rebels in Donetsk overnight in the country’s east killed at least five civilians and wounded 29, officials said Wednesday ahead of high-stakes peace t… …read more Source:...

    A father buries his 4-year-old son and curses Ukraine’s war
    Jan21

    A father buries his 4-year-old son and curses Ukraine’s war

    DONETSK, Ukraine (AFP) – Vladimir Bobryshchev was returning home early on a recent morning after a long night of work when a rocket ripped through the sky, falling straight toward his home.He saw it hit his house, and he rushed over to save his two sons and his wife. This week, he stood in a cemetery in the rebel bastion of Donetsk burying...

    Davos elite gather in shadow of attacks
    Jan21

    Davos elite gather in shadow of attacks

    Davos (Switzerland) (AFP) – The worlds political and business elite gather for their annual meeting in the glitzy Swiss ski resort of Davos from Wednesday, with the shadow of recent attacks in France and ongoing global conflicts looming large.French President Francois Hollande and US Secretary of State John Kerry will be among the 2,500...

    Davos elite gather in shadow of attacks
    Jan21

    Davos elite gather in shadow of attacks

    DAVOS, Switzerland – The world’s political and business elite gather for their annual meeting in the glitzy Swiss ski resort of Davos from Wednesday, with the shadow of recent attacks in France and ongoing global conflicts looming large.French President Francois Hollande and US Secretary of State John Kerry will be among the 2,500...

    A father buries his 4-year-old son and curses Ukraine’s war
    Jan21

    A father buries his 4-year-old son and curses Ukraine’s war

    DONETSK, Ukraine – Vladimir Bobryshchev was returning home early on a recent morning after a long night of work when a rocket ripped through the sky, falling straight toward his home.He saw it hit his house, and he rushed over to save his two sons and his wife. This week, he stood in a cemetery in the rebel bastion of Donetsk burying his...

    Father buries his 4-year-old son and curses Ukraine’s war
    Jan21

    Father buries his 4-year-old son and curses Ukraine’s war

    Vladimir Bobryshchev was returning home early on a recent morning after a long night of work when a rocket ripped through the sky, falling straight toward his home. …read more Source: The Times of...

    A father buries his 4-year-old son and curses Ukraine’s war
    Jan21

    A father buries his 4-year-old son and curses Ukraine’s war

    Vladimir Bobryshchev was returning home early on a recent morning after a long night of work when a rocket ripped through the sky, falling straight toward his home. …read more Source: The Times of...

    Crimea, eastern Ukraine face AIDS epidemic, U.N. says
    Jan21

    Crimea, eastern Ukraine face AIDS epidemic, U.N. says

    A lethal health crisis is brewing in Russian-annexed Crimea and war-torn eastern Ukraine, where heroin users have lost access to therapy to wean them off the drug, the U.N.’s AIDS envoy said Wednesday. Out of 805 people in Crimea who before the annexation were receiving opioid substitution therapy (OST), a tried and tested U.N.-backed...

    Russia in risky bet on Ukraine talks
    Jan21

    Russia in risky bet on Ukraine talks

    Mike Smith It seems to have played out exactly as Western powers hoped: Sanctions and falling oil prices have hit Russia hard, presumably making Moscow more willing to compromise on the conflict in Ukraine. But as is often the case with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the reality is far more complex. Despite its economic woes …...

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