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    Berlin talks bring Russia and Ukraine closer to resuming ceasefire
    Jul03

    Berlin talks bring Russia and Ukraine closer to resuming ceasefire

    The foreign ministers of Russia and Ukraine agreed in Berlin on Wednesday to hold three-way talks involving pro-Moscow rebels by Saturday to pave the way for a new ceasefire, despite continued fighting that Kiev says has now killed 200 of its troops. …read more Source: Thanh Nien...

    Russia warns “full-scale” gas crisis in Ukraine
    Jul03

    Russia warns “full-scale” gas crisis in Ukraine

    A full-scale gas crisis is looming in Ukraine unless Kiev settles its multi-billion-U.S. dollar debt to Moscow, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said Wednesday. …read more Source: ANTARA...

    US supports Ukraine’s decision to suspend ceasefire
    Jul03

    US supports Ukraine’s decision to suspend ceasefire

    The Obama administration on Wednesday threw its weight behind Ukraine’s decision to end a ceasefire and resume military operations against the insurgents in the country’s east. …read more Source: China...

    Kiev voices readiness for more consultations on crisis settlement
    Jul03

    Kiev voices readiness for more consultations on crisis settlement

    The Ukrainian government is ready to continue consultations over settlement of the ongoing crisis in the country’s east, a senior official said Wednesday. …read more Source:...

    Foreign ministers agree on Ukraine cease-fire path
    Jul02

    Foreign ministers agree on Ukraine cease-fire path

    Foreign ministers from Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France meeting in Berlin agreed Wednesday on a series of steps for a resumption of the ceasefire in eastern Ukraine where fighting between government troops and pro-Russia separatists has taken more than 400 lives since April. The steps include reopening talks no later than Saturday “with...

    Ukraine presses on with attacks on separatists after failed truce
    Jul02

    Ukraine presses on with attacks on separatists after failed truce

    KRAMATORSK (UKRAINE) – Ukrainian forces pressed on with their assault on pro-Russian insurgents after Kiev’s Western-backed leader brushed off European efforts to save a tenuous truce, prompting Russia to raise alarm over the “swiftly deteriorating” situation. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    Ukraine forces attack rebel positions, Putin growls
    Jul02

    Ukraine forces attack rebel positions, Putin growls

    Ukrainian forces struck at pro-Russian separatist bases in eastern regions with air and artillery strikes on Tuesday after President Petro Poroshenko announced he would not renew a ceasefire but go on the offensive to rid Ukraine of “parasites”. …read more Source: Thanh Nien...

    Putin slams Western containment policies, hails Russia-China ties
    Jul02

    Putin slams Western containment policies, hails Russia-China ties

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday developments of the Ukrainian crisis testified to Western countries’ lasting attempts to contain Moscow. …read more Source: China...

    World leaders who fell out of grace
    Jul02

    World leaders who fell out of grace

    Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was held on Tuesday for questioning into suspicions that a network of informers kept him abreast of a separate inquiry into alleged irregularities in his 2007 election campaign. Former dignitaries, including Berlusconi, Tymoshenko, have also been charged after leaving office. …read more Source: China...

    World › Pro-Russian rebels capture police HQ in Ukraine city
    Jul02

    World › Pro-Russian rebels capture police HQ in Ukraine city

    The Interior Ministry headquarters in eastern Ukraine’s largest city fell to pro-Russia separatists Tuesday after a five-hour gunbattle that erupted hours after the Ukrainian president ended a ceasefire. The shaky ceasefire had given European leaders 10 days to search for a peaceful settlement, and its end raised the prospect that…...

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