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    NATO's Stoltenberg sees slight improvement in eastern Ukraine – paper
    Jan12

    NATO's Stoltenberg sees slight improvement in eastern Ukraine – paper

    BERLIN (Reuters) – Fighting between Kiev’s forces and pro-Russian rebels has eased in eastern Ukraine, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg was quoted on Monday as saying, although he voiced concern about the risks to local people. …read more Source: The...

    Intense Ukraine shelling traps hundreds of miners
    Jan12

    Intense Ukraine shelling traps hundreds of miners

    Intense fighting erupted around east Ukraine’s main rebel-held city on Sunday wrecked a power station and briefly trapped more than 300 coal miners in one of Europe’s largest mines. Repeated rounds of rocket and mortar fire echoed across snow-covered Donetsk on Sunday evening despite a formal truce in the nine-month war. Witnesses...

    Hundreds of miners trapped underground in eastern Ukraine following shelling
    Jan12

    Hundreds of miners trapped underground in eastern Ukraine following shelling

    DONETSK, Ukraine – Nearly 400 Ukrainian miners were trapped in a coal pit that lost power when shell hit a regional electric substation on Sunday according to pro-Russian rebel reports. A news … …read more Source: Big News...

    Millions rally for unity against terrorism in France
    Jan12

    Millions rally for unity against terrorism in France

    Paying tribute: (From the left) Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Mali’s President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, France’s President Francois Hollande, Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel, EU President Donald Tusk, and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas march during a rally in Paris, France, on Sunday. A rally of...

    Intense Ukraine Shelling Traps Hundreds of Miners
    Jan12

    Intense Ukraine Shelling Traps Hundreds of Miners

    Intense fighting erupted around east Ukraine’s main rebel-held city on Sunday that wrecked a power station and briefly trapped nearly 400 coal miners in one of Europe’s largest pits. …read more Source:...

    Intense fighting in Ukraine traps miners, wrecks power station
    Jan12

    Intense fighting in Ukraine traps miners, wrecks power station

    Intense fighting has erupted around east Ukraine’s main rebel-held city, wrecking a power station and briefly trapping more than 300 coal miners in one of Europe’s largest pits.Repeated rounds of rocket and mortar fire echoed across… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    World › Merkel urges Putin, Poroshenko to implement Ukraine peace plan
    Jan12

    World › Merkel urges Putin, Poroshenko to implement Ukraine peace plan

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel told the leaders of Russia and Ukraine that she’s not ready to take part in a four-way summit over the Ukraine conflict unless there’s a chance of real progress. Backing France’s position on the issue, Merkel met with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and French President Francois… …read...

    Nearly 400 Miners Trapped in East Ukraine: Rebels
    Jan11

    Nearly 400 Miners Trapped in East Ukraine: Rebels

    Pro-Russian rebels said on Sunday that nearly 400 Ukrainian miners were trapped in a coal pit that lost power when shell hit an regional electric substation. …read more Source:...

    Intense Ukraine shelling traps hundreds of miners
    Jan11

    Intense Ukraine shelling traps hundreds of miners

    DONETSK (UKRAINE) – Intense fighting erupted around east Ukraine’s main rebel-held city on Sunday that wrecked a power station and briefly trapped more than 300 coal miners in one of Europe’s largest pits. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    Intense Ukraine shelling traps hundreds of miners
    Jan11

    Intense Ukraine shelling traps hundreds of miners

    Intense fighting erupted around east Ukraine’s main rebel-held city on Sunday (Jan 11) that wrecked a power station and briefly trapped more than 300 coal miners in one of Europe’s largest pits. …read more Source: Channel...

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