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    Ukraine's Poroshenko asks parliament to agree to dismiss General Prosecutor
    Feb10

    Ukraine's Poroshenko asks parliament to agree to dismiss General Prosecutor

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has asked parliament to agree to the dismissal of General Prosecutor Vitaliy Yarema, according to the text of an official request posted on the parliamentary website on Tuesday. …read more Source: The...

    2,000 reconnaissance troops stage exercises in Russia – Interfax
    Feb10

    2,000 reconnaissance troops stage exercises in Russia – Interfax

    About 2,000 Russian reconnaissance troops have started exercises in southern Russia, Interfax news agency reported on Tuesday, a day before a summit on the Ukraine crisis in the Belarussian capital Minsk. …read more Source: Channel...

    Seven Ukrainian servicemen killed in the east – Kiev military
    Feb10

    Seven Ukrainian servicemen killed in the east – Kiev military

    KIEV (Reuters) – Seven Ukrainian soldiers have been killed and 23 wounded in fighting with pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine’s eastern regions in the past 24 hours, the Kiev military said on Tuesday. …read more Source: The...

    Polish defence minister says supplying arms to Ukraine is last option
    Feb10

    Polish defence minister says supplying arms to Ukraine is last option

    Supplying arms to Ukraine is a final option, but one worth avoiding, as it could trigger an escalation of the conflict in the country’s east, Polish Defence Minister Tomasz Siemoniak said on Tuesday. …read more Source: Channel...

    Polish defence minister says supplying arms to Ukraine is last option
    Feb10

    Polish defence minister says supplying arms to Ukraine is last option

    WARSAW (Reuters) – Supplying arms to Ukraine is a final option, but one worth avoiding, as it could trigger an escalation of the conflict in the country’s east, Polish Defence Minister Tomasz Siemoniak said on Tuesday. …read more Source: The...

    Russian business woos Japan despite sanctions
    Feb10

    Russian business woos Japan despite sanctions

    TOKYO (AFP) – A Russian business lobby group made a push Tuesday for Japanese investment as its economy struggles under Western sanctions linked to its role in the Ukraine crisis.Even as the United States and Europe delayed another round of measures while they push a peace plan, Moscow is looking for cash to replace money that has fled,...

    Rebels claim to encircle Ukraine troops in Debaltseve
    Feb10

    Rebels claim to encircle Ukraine troops in Debaltseve

    …read more Source: AKIpress News Agency

    Germany Warns European Order at Risk Ahead of Ukraine Peace Talks
    Feb10

    Germany Warns European Order at Risk Ahead of Ukraine Peace Talks

    LONDON – Leaders from France, Germany, Ukraine and Russia are due to meet in Minsk on Wednesday in the latest attempt to reach a peace deal in the Ukrainian conflict. Russian President Vladimir … …read more Source: Japan Herald...

    Ambassador Biscevic on EU-Tajik relations, parliamentary elections in Tajikistan, crisis in Ukraine (interview)
    Feb10

    Ambassador Biscevic on EU-Tajik relations, parliamentary elections in Tajikistan, crisis in Ukraine (interview)

    In an exclusive interview with CA-News on February 9, EU Ambassador Biscevic talked about the current relations and prospects for cooperation between Tajikistan and the EU as well as issues of international agenda. …read more Source: AKIpress News...

    Obama delays Ukraine arms decision amid diplomatic whirlwind
    Feb10

    Obama delays Ukraine arms decision amid diplomatic whirlwind

    US President Barack Obama on Monday agreed to hold off a controversial decision on sending arms to Ukraine until German-led efforts to broker a ceasefire with Russia are given a chance. Hosting Chancellor Angela Merkel at the White House, Obama said he hoped she could reach a deal with Russian President Vladimir Putin to end 10 months of…...

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