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    Deadly violence erupts in eastern Ukraine amid ‘worsening humanitarian situation’
    Jan31

    Deadly violence erupts in eastern Ukraine amid ‘worsening humanitarian situation’

    Ukrainian soldiers, rebels and civilians have been killed in the latest spate of violence. European officials have warned of a humanitarian disaster after power outages left thousands to cope in sub-zero temperatures. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Hashim Thaci: ‘Serbia is distributing arms in northern Kosovo’
    Jan29

    Hashim Thaci: ‘Serbia is distributing arms in northern Kosovo’

    The president of Kosovo has accused Serbia of provoking fresh tensions in the region. In an interview with DW, Hashim Thaci warns that, in this, Belgrade is following Russia’s example in Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    US tanks, troops move into Poland as Kremlin cries foul
    Jan12

    US tanks, troops move into Poland as Kremlin cries foul

    The US military move comes in response to past Russian aggression, particularly the annexation of the Crimea in 2014. But the Kremlin has also unnerved capitals across eastern Europe. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine threatens to blacklist France’s Le Pen over Crimea remarks
    Jan05

    Ukraine threatens to blacklist France’s Le Pen over Crimea remarks

    Kyiv has warned French presidential hopeful Marine Le Pen of consequences for undermining Ukraine’s “sovereignty and territorial integrity.” The far-right leader claimed Crimean citizens “wanted to join Russia.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    No peace in sight in Eastern Ukraine
    Dec27

    No peace in sight in Eastern Ukraine

    Despite Angela Merkel’s and Francois Hollande’s efforts there’s no progress in the peace process in Eastern Ukraine. Fighting continues, there are new casualties almost every day – and Kyiv does not have a strategy. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Violence surges in eastern Ukraine amid reports of Russian involvement
    Dec22

    Violence surges in eastern Ukraine amid reports of Russian involvement

    The OSCE has reported nearly 3,000 explosions near the contact line, marking a notable increase in ceasefire violations. A new investigative report revealed Russian artillery attacks in 2014, undermining Moscow’s claims. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Report links Kremlin cyber unit to Ukraine conflict and US election hacking
    Dec22

    Report links Kremlin cyber unit to Ukraine conflict and US election hacking

    The hack into a Ukraine military app has reinforced claims the cyber unit known as “Fancy Bear” has a direct Kremlin link. It also reinforces US intelligence reports linking the Kremlin to cyber attacks in the US. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine nationalizes its largest bank, PrivatBank
    Dec19

    Ukraine nationalizes its largest bank, PrivatBank

    Ukraine has nationalized its biggest bank in order to avoid a financial meltdown. PrivatBank had been plagued by rumors that it was heavily burdened by serious debts. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia, Brexit and Aleppo loom over year-end EU summit
    Dec15

    Russia, Brexit and Aleppo loom over year-end EU summit

    EU leaders are facing a “minefield” of crises in their final Brussels summit of 2016. Leaders appear split on extending sanctions against Russia, approving a Ukraine deal, responses to Aleppo and Brexit negotiations. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel and Hollande support sanction extensions against Russia
    Dec13

    Merkel and Hollande support sanction extensions against Russia

    The German and French leaders have said they support extending sanctions against Russia over its actions in Ukraine. Merkel cited the ‘very sluggish’ implementation of last year’s peace deal as reason for the renewal. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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