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    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...

    ‘Living atop a powder keg’: Crimea’s Tatars fear Russia
    Sep10

    ‘Living atop a powder keg’: Crimea’s Tatars fear Russia

    Crimea’s Tatars must protect themselves now that Russia has annexed the peninsula. Many have personally paid a steep price for opposing Moscow’s aggression, Juri Rescheto discovered while visiting the region. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Sievierodonetsk: Life in the shadow of war
    Sep05

    Sievierodonetsk: Life in the shadow of war

    The frontier of the separatist regions in eastern Ukraine was drawn two years ago. Many ethnic Russians live in this area. So what is life like now for those on the Kyiv side of the line? A report from Sievierodonetsk. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Lviv remembers its Jewish past
    Sep05

    Lviv remembers its Jewish past

    Residents of the Ukrainian city of Lviv are learning about and coming to terms with one of their most painful chapters: the annihilation of their Jewish community during World War II. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel, Hollande want to talk Ukraine at G-20 summit
    Sep02

    Merkel, Hollande want to talk Ukraine at G-20 summit

    The leaders of Germany and France say they want to start a new bid to defuse the conflict in eastern Ukraine. They also urged “ambitious timetables” for the EU in a future without Great Britain. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine’s disappeared citizens underline rights’ groups dilemmas
    Sep02

    Ukraine’s disappeared citizens underline rights’ groups dilemmas

    Human rights groups accuse both the government and Russian-backed rebels in eastern Ukraine of secretly abducting and imprisoning civilians. David Stern in Kyiv looks at why some say this is only part of the story. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Roma attacked in Ukraine: Human rights activists call for dialogue
    Sep01

    Roma attacked in Ukraine: Human rights activists call for dialogue

    The murder of a Ukrainian girl blamed on a Roma led locals from a village near Odessa to carry out pogroms. An entire Roma community was evicted, causing concern among human rights groups. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister Klimkin on peace in Donbass
    Sep01

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister Klimkin on peace in Donbass

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin joined DW in Berlin to discuss the situation in the Ukraine, where violence has recently escalated. Klimkin is in town for a meeting of OSCE members called by Germany. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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