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    Nato chief fears Vladimir Putin’s ambition ‘goes beyond Ukraine’
    Aug14

    Nato chief fears Vladimir Putin’s ambition ‘goes beyond Ukraine’

    August 14, 2014 5:25 AMREYKJAVIK (AFP) – Nato chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen expressed concern on Wednesday that Russian President Vladimir Putin’s ambition went “beyond Ukraine,” where he is accused of stoking a bloody rebellion by pro-Kremlin separatists. …read more Source: The Straits...

    Ukraine wants Russia punished for admitting Crimean clubs
    Aug14

    Ukraine wants Russia punished for admitting Crimean clubs

    KIEV – Ukrainian Football Federation boss Anatoly Konkov has called upon the world and European football ruling bodies to punish the Russian Football Union for admitting clubs from Crimea, which Russia annexed. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    Ukraine’s Russian Orthodox Church Elects New Leader as Fighting Rages
    Aug14

    Ukraine’s Russian Orthodox Church Elects New Leader as Fighting Rages

    Ukraine’s wing of the Russian Orthodox Church elected a pro-Russian conservative as its new leader on Wednesday, as Kiev appealed for the church to help unite the country being torn apart by a pro-Mos… …read more Source:...

    Russia Bans Ukrainian Alcohol in Escalating Trade War
    Aug13

    Russia Bans Ukrainian Alcohol in Escalating Trade War

    Russia fired its latest salvo in an escalating trade war with the West and Kiev on Wednesday by banning all Ukrainian alcohol imports over alleged violations of safety rules. …read more Source:...

    Russia eyes new airline for Crimea flights
    Aug13

    Russia eyes new airline for Crimea flights

    A Russian minister said on Wednesday (Aug 13) the government was discussing the creation of a new airline to serve the Crimean peninsula annexed from Ukraine that would use domestic aircraft to avoid European sanctions. …read more Source: Channel...

    Daily death toll rises in eastern Ukraine conflict
    Aug13

    Daily death toll rises in eastern Ukraine conflict

    The estimated death toll in the Ukraine conflict nearly doubled to at least 2,086 as of August 10 from 1,129 on July 26, the United Nations human rights office said yesterday. …read more Source: South China Morning...

    Ukraine Accuses Russia of Cynicism Over Convoy; Death Toll Rises Sharply
    Aug13

    Ukraine Accuses Russia of Cynicism Over Convoy; Death Toll Rises Sharply

    Ukraine denounced Russia’s dispatch of a humanitarian aid convoy now advancing towards the border as an act of unbounded cynicism serving pro-Russian separatists, and the UN said the death toll in fig… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine death toll doubles in two weeks to 2,086: UN
    Aug13

    Ukraine death toll doubles in two weeks to 2,086: UN

    August 13, 2014 10:44 PMGENEVA (AFP) – The number of people killed in conflict-hit eastern Ukraine has nearly doubled in two weeks to 2,086, including at least 20 children, the UN human rights agency said Wednesday. …read more Source: The Straits...

    Brent crude hits one-year low on weak demand
    Aug13

    Brent crude hits one-year low on weak demand

    LONDON – Brent North Sea crude oil dropped to a one-year low point on Wednesday as weak demand expectations help offset potential supply disruptions caused by the Ukraine crisis and Iraq unrest. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    Malaysian personnel allowed at MH17 crash site
    Aug13

    Malaysian personnel allowed at MH17 crash site

    The Ukraine Parliament on Tuesday ratified a bilateral agreement, which allowed up to 90 Malaysian non-military personnel to be deployed at the MH17 crash site. …read more Source: China...

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