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    5 police reportedly injured in Kiev gay march clash
    Jun06

    5 police reportedly injured in Kiev gay march clash

    KIEV, Ukraine (AP) ” Opponents of a gay rights march held in the Ukrainian capital have thrown smoke bombs and tear gas and the Interfax news agency cites police as saying five officers were injured in the clash.Other reports said… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    Kiev gay rights march ends in injuries, arrests (AFP)
    Jun06

    Kiev gay rights march ends in injuries, arrests (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – At least seven people were injured and more than 20 arrested Saturday in Kiev as scuffles broke out between members of a rare Ukrainian gay pride march and their nationalist opponents. …read more Source: The West...

    Don’t be afraid of Russia, Putin tells West (AFP)
    Jun06

    Don’t be afraid of Russia, Putin tells West (AFP)

    Moscow (AFP) – Russia is not a threat to the West, President Vladimir Putin insisted in an interview published on Saturday, saying that he supported a Ukraine peace deal following a fresh outbreak of violence in the east of the ex-Soviet country. …read more Source: The West...

    Putin tells Italian paper Russia backs Ukraine peace deal (Reuters)
    Jun06

    Putin tells Italian paper Russia backs Ukraine peace deal (Reuters)

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia fully backs the Minsk peace agreements in Ukraine, but progress is being stalled by Kiev, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview in Italian newspaper Corriere … …read more Source: The West...

    Ukraine violence to dominate G-7 meet
    Jun06

    Ukraine violence to dominate G-7 meet

    Just days before President Barack Obama was set to arrive in Germany for a summit of the seven major industrialised nations, Russian-backed separatists in Ukraine broke a months-long cease-fire by launching a major artillery barrage. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine violence to dominate G7 meeting
    Jun06

    Ukraine violence to dominate G7 meeting

    Just days before President Barack Obama was set to arrive in Germany for a summit of the seven major industrialised nations, Russian-backed separatists in Ukraine killed two dozen people. …read more Source: The Sydney Morning...

    OSCE Says Cease-Fire Violations In Ukraine Increasingly Severe
    Jun06

    OSCE Says Cease-Fire Violations In Ukraine Increasingly Severe

    The monitoring mission of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in eastern Ukraine has warned that violations of a cease-fire agreement are becoming more frequent and … …read more Source: Big News...

    At Security Council senior UN official urges continued political efforts to resolve Ukraine conflict
    Jun06

    At Security Council senior UN official urges continued political efforts to resolve Ukraine conflict

    5 June 2015 — The tremendous human cost of the Ukraine conflict must be first addressed through mutual respect of the Minsk ceasefire agreement and the fulfilment of its political, economic, … …read more Source: Big News...

    Russian, Dutch ministers discuss prosecuting MH17 culprits (AFP)
    Jun05

    Russian, Dutch ministers discuss prosecuting MH17 culprits (AFP)

    Moscow (AFP) – Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov met his Dutch counterpart Bert Koenders on Friday to discuss catching and prosecuting those who shot down the Malaysia Airlines flight over Ukraine last year, Moscow said. …read more Source: The West...

    Obama, Poroshenko voice ‘deep concern’ over Ukraine fighting
    Jun05

    Obama, Poroshenko voice ‘deep concern’ over Ukraine fighting

    WASHINGTON (AP) ” The White House says President Barack Obama spoke Friday with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko about stepped-up fighting in eastern Ukraine between government forces and Russian-backed separatists.The White… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

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