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    Several Ukrainian troops killed in worst violence for months
    Jul21

    Several Ukrainian troops killed in worst violence for months

    Ukraine’s military says nine soldiers have died in clashes with Russia-backed rebels in the east of the country. The violence follows a separatist announcement of a plan to form a new state called Little Russia. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine separatist ‘Little Russia’ sparks concern over peace deal
    Jul18

    Ukraine separatist ‘Little Russia’ sparks concern over peace deal

    Pro-Russian separatists in Donetsk have declared all of Ukraine to be part of “Little Russia.” Could the move undo the Minsk Protocol aimed at keeping the peace in the region? …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Little Russia: Ukraine separatists proclaim new state
    Jul18

    Little Russia: Ukraine separatists proclaim new state

    Russian-backed rebels in east Ukraine have proclaimed the creation of a new state known as Malorossiya, which translates as “Little Russia.” Germany has condemned the proposal as “completely unacceptable.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine separatists proclaim new state of ‘Little Russia’
    Jul18

    Ukraine separatists proclaim new state of ‘Little Russia’

    Russian-backed rebels in east Ukraine have proclaimed the creation of a new state known as Malorossiya, which translates as “Little Russia.” The new state aspires to include the whole area of Ukraine, not just the east. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    MH17 victims’ relatives, dignitaries mourn on third anniversary of plane’s downing
    Jul17

    MH17 victims’ relatives, dignitaries mourn on third anniversary of plane’s downing

    A commemoration has been held in the Netherlands three years after a Malaysia Airlines passenger plane went down over conflict-ridden eastern Ukraine. A probe into the crash has raised issues of Russia’s accountability. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    MH17 memorial to ‘Dutch 9/11’ to give sorrow a location
    Jul17

    MH17 memorial to ‘Dutch 9/11’ to give sorrow a location

    Flight MH17 was shot down over the Ukraine, killing the 298 people on board, on July 17, 2014. Many of the passengers were Dutch. Artist Ronald A. Westerhuis has created a monument in Amsterdam to remember the victims. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    MH17 memorial to be unveiled in Holland
    Jul17

    MH17 memorial to be unveiled in Holland

    On July 17, 2014, flight MH17 was shot down over the Ukraine, killing the 298 people on board. Many of the passengers were Dutch. Dutch artist Ronald A. Westerhuis has created a monument to remember the victims. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    What are Russia’s Zapad war games?
    Jul14

    What are Russia’s Zapad war games?

    Russia’s military is preparing to hold its biggest war games in several years, dubbed Zapad-2017. NATO’s eastern members are alarmed by these plans, and claim similar drills preceded clashes in Georgia and Crimea. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    NATO voices skepticism over size of Russia’s Zapad military exercise
    Jul13

    NATO voices skepticism over size of Russia’s Zapad military exercise

    NATO has welcomed recent dialogue with Russia, but the alliance has serious doubts Moscow is revealing the true extent of their military exercises. Last time this training took place was just before Crimean invasion. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Crimea turbines put Siemens in geopolitical hot water
    Jul12

    Opinion: Crimea turbines put Siemens in geopolitical hot water

    Should Siemens deliver gas turbines to Crimea? Of course not. But what about Siemens’ Russian partners? The latest controversy shows how business deals can quickly become geopolitical, says DW’s Christian F. Trippe. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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