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    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...

    Andreas Kappeler: ‘Ukraine’s independence is a miracle’
    Aug24

    Andreas Kappeler: ‘Ukraine’s independence is a miracle’

    On August 24, 1991, Ukraine declared independence from the Soviet Union following the failed coup in Moscow. DW spoke with renowned historian Andreas Kappeler, who has followed Ukraine’s nation building since the 1970s. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel, Hollande and Putin talk Ukraine clashes
    Aug23

    Merkel, Hollande and Putin talk Ukraine clashes

    The leaders of France and Germany urged Russian President Putin to help calm the tensions in Ukraine, during in a joint phone call. The three are set to discuss the latest spike in violence at a G20 summit in China. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine, Russia flex muscles ahead of Independence Day
    Aug22

    Ukraine, Russia flex muscles ahead of Independence Day

    Tensions between Ukraine and Russia have been rising in recent weeks. Russian troops appear ready for military action against Ukraine, but observers say there would be little to gain. David Stern reports from Kyiv. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Putin criticizes Ukrainian government ‘sabotage’ attempt during visit to Crimea
    Aug19

    Putin criticizes Ukrainian government ‘sabotage’ attempt during visit to Crimea

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has arrived in Crimea, the annexed territory that once belonged to Ukraine. His visit comes shortly after he accused the government in Kyiv of a military incursion into the territory. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukrainian anti-corruption office under pressure
    Aug18

    Ukrainian anti-corruption office under pressure

    In Ukraine, a conflict is brewing between the public prosecutor’s office and the anti-corruption authority. It could stall key reforms promised by Kyiv to the European Union. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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