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    Crimea ‘would rather be with Russia,’ says Trump
    Aug01

    Crimea ‘would rather be with Russia,’ says Trump

    The Republican presidential nominee has suggested he would consider recognizing Russia’s claims in Crimea. Critics slammed Trump’s comment, saying it would mark a policy flip on the internationally-condemned annexation. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Putin kicks off Balkan charm offensive
    Jul30

    Putin kicks off Balkan charm offensive

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has arrived in Slovenia where he will commemorate Soviet POWs who died building a road in the Julian Alps. He is expected to step up his campaign to end EU sanctions against Russia. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Putin reshuffles officials ahead of parliamentary elections
    Jul29

    Putin reshuffles officials ahead of parliamentary elections

    Vladimir Putin has dismissed Russia’s ambassador to Ukraine and reshuffled regional officials ahead of the country’s parliamentary elections in September. DW Moscow correspondent Emma Burrows looks at what it means. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Controversial visit to Crimea by French politicians
    Jul28

    Controversial visit to Crimea by French politicians

    For the second time, a group of French politicians visits the Crimean peninsula, which was annexed by Russia. Ukraine has reacted with irritation because the guests will attend a Russian military parade. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    The scars of Ukraine’s war in Mariupol
    Jul27

    The scars of Ukraine’s war in Mariupol

    The war in eastern Ukraine has arrived at the Sea of Azov port town. The city center is deserted, the situation uncertain. One in five people here is an inland refugee. Christian F. Trippe reports from Mariupol. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    #IamNotAfraidToSay: Victims of sexual assault in Ukraine and Russia break taboo
    Jul27

    #IamNotAfraidToSay: Victims of sexual assault in Ukraine and Russia break taboo

    A hashtag has given a voice to victims of sexual violence in Ukraine, Russia and beyond. Many women are challenging the stigma that surrounds sexual violence and revealing a shocking picture of the scale of the problem. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine bars major religious procession from entering Kyiv after threat of attack
    Jul26

    Ukraine bars major religious procession from entering Kyiv after threat of attack

    A religious march had been banned from Ukraine’s capital after authorities found live grenades near the planned route. Previously, Ukrainian nationalists harassed the Orthodox worshipers, calling them “agents of Moscow.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Journalist killed in Kyiv car bombing buried in Belarus
    Jul23

    Journalist killed in Kyiv car bombing buried in Belarus

    Prominent journalist Pavel Sheremet has been buried in his homeland of Belarus. Hundreds gathered to mourn the 44-year-old who was killed when the car he was driving exploded in Kyiv. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Journalist Pavel Sheremet’s murder shocks Ukraine
    Jul20

    Journalist Pavel Sheremet’s murder shocks Ukraine

    Russian Journalist Pavel Sheremet’s killing is one of Ukraine’s most politically-charged murders in years. He died when the car he was driving exploded. It is unclear if he was the intended target. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia uses the law to put pressure on internet users
    Jul14

    Russia uses the law to put pressure on internet users

    More and more people in Russia are being given jail sentences for controversial posts on the internet. Simply questioning the annexation of Crimea is enough to lead to charges. Now, laws have been tightened once again. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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