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    Little optimism after Normandy format meeting
    Oct20

    Little optimism after Normandy format meeting

    Skepticism, renewed accusations and a little gloating. Reactions from Kyiv and Moscow after the Ukraine crisis meeting in Berlin offer little hope for a breakthrough. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Slight optimism after Putin visit to Berlin
    Oct20

    Slight optimism after Putin visit to Berlin

    “Better this than nothing” was the reaction after Vladimir Putin’s first visit to Germany since the Ukraine crisis. But it’s unclear whether the meeting will yield any concrete results on either that conflict or Syria. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Slight optimism after Putin visit in Berlin
    Oct20

    Slight optimism after Putin visit in Berlin

    Better this than nothing was the reaction after Vladimir Putin’s first visit to Germany in two years. But it’s unclear whether the meeting will yield any concrete results on either Ukraine or Syria. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukrainian FM on Donbas: ‘Security should be there and Russia should be out’
    Oct04

    Ukrainian FM on Donbas: ‘Security should be there and Russia should be out’

    While Ukraine struggles to implement key conditions of the Minsk agreements, its Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin called Russia to leave Donbas in an exclusive DW interview.  …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Babyn Yar: Ukraine’s dark anniversary
    Sep29

    Babyn Yar: Ukraine’s dark anniversary

    Ukrainian officials have organized several events to mark the anniversary of the Babyn Yar massacres. Seventy-five years ago, Nazi forces rounded up and shot around 34,000 Jewish residents of Kyiv. David Stern reports. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Investigators: Russian missile downed MH17
    Sep28

    Investigators: Russian missile downed MH17

    Investigators have released initial findings into the MH17 aviation disaster. It confirms earlier reports that a BUK mobile launcher fired the fatal missile from separatist-controlled eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Eurovision host Kyiv to exclude blacklisted Russian singers
    Sep19

    Eurovision host Kyiv to exclude blacklisted Russian singers

    Ukraine’s capital Kyiv was chosen to host next year’s Eurovision song context, beating Odessa and Dnipro. Ukraine said it will bar Russian singers blacklisted for championing the separatist cause. David Stern reports. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    New ceasefire in Donbass proves fragile hours after starting
    Sep15

    New ceasefire in Donbass proves fragile hours after starting

    Residents of the town of Avdiivka, near Donetsk, are skeptical about the new ceasefire in eastern Ukraine that began on Thursday. Shortly after going into effect, it was broken at least twice. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    IMF approves billion-dollar aid package for Ukraine
    Sep15

    IMF approves billion-dollar aid package for Ukraine

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has agreed to resume its bailout for war-ravaged Ukraine. The announcement comes the same day a new ceasefire was announced in the eastern part of the country. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Belarus plans post-sanctions election to make EU proud
    Sep10

    Belarus plans post-sanctions election to make EU proud

    Belarus is holding parliamentary elections on Sunday. Now that EU sanctions have been lifted, the authoritarian former Soviet republic is striving to have the vote appear democratic. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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