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    UN Security Council calls for return to Ukraine ceasefire
    Feb01

    UN Security Council calls for return to Ukraine ceasefire

    UNITED NATIONS: The UN Security Council unanimously called Tuesday for an immediate return to a ceasefire in Ukraine after three days of fighting left at least 13 dead. The council endorsed a Ukrainian-drafted statement that did not raise objections from Russia, after meeting behind closed doors to discuss the violence in east Ukraine. Council...

    UN Security Council expresses ‘grave concern’ over Ukraine
    Feb01

    UN Security Council expresses ‘grave concern’ over Ukraine

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman walks during a visit to the government-held industrial town of Avdiyivka, Ukraine, on January 31, 2017. Photo: Reuters UNITED NATIONS: The UN Security Council expressed its “grave concern” on Tuesday over the “dangerous deterioration” in eastern Ukraine and called for a halt to the violence. “The...

    Germany’s Schulz calls Trump ‘un-American’, warns against lifting Russia sanctions
    Feb01

    Germany’s Schulz calls Trump ‘un-American’, warns against lifting Russia sanctions

    Germany’s centre-left chancellor candidate Martin Schulz has criticised U.S. President Donald Trump’s policies as “un-American” and warned against lifting sanctions imposed against Russia over its role in the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: Channel...

    Germany's Schulz calls Trump 'un-American', warns against lifting Russia sanctions
    Feb01

    Germany's Schulz calls Trump 'un-American', warns against lifting Russia sanctions

    BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany’s centre-left chancellor candidate Martin Schulz has criticised U.S. President Donald Trump’s policies as “un-American” and warned against lifting sanctions imposed against Russia over its role in the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: The...

    UN Security Council expresses grave concern over situation in eastern Ukraine
    Feb01

    UN Security Council expresses grave concern over situation in eastern Ukraine

    The United Nations on Tuesday expressed “grave concern” over the situation in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    Humanitarian appeal for Ukraine only 1 percent funded
    Feb01

    Humanitarian appeal for Ukraine only 1 percent funded

    The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said Tuesday the 2017 humanitarian appeal for Ukraine, which was launched last month and calls for 214 million U.S. dollars, is only 1 percent funded. …read more Source: China Internet Information...

    UN Security Council calls for return to Ukraine ceasefire
    Feb01

    UN Security Council calls for return to Ukraine ceasefire

    …read more Source: The Indian...

    Netanyahu?s wall tweet angers Mexico?s Jewish community
    Feb01

    Netanyahu?s wall tweet angers Mexico?s Jewish community

    MEXICO CITY: In kosher stores, synagogues and intellectual circles, Mexico’s small Jewish community condemned the Israeli prime minister’s support for US President Donald Trump’s border wall as disappointing and shameful. The Mexican government demanded an apology from Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday, but the Israeli leader...

    U.N. Security Council expresses ‘grave concern’ over Ukraine
    Feb01

    U.N. Security Council expresses ‘grave concern’ over Ukraine

    UNITED NATIONS – The UN Security Council expressed its “grave concern” on Tuesday over the “dangerous deterioration” in eastern Ukraine and called for a halt to the violence. “The members of the Security Council expressed their full support of… …read more Source:...

    U.N. Security Council expresses 'grave concern' over Ukraine
    Feb01

    U.N. Security Council expresses 'grave concern' over Ukraine

    UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – The UN Security Council expressed its “grave concern” on Tuesday over the “dangerous deterioration” in eastern Ukraine and called for a halt to the violence. …read more Source: The...

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