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    Poroshenko hints at martial law as fighting spikes in Ukraine
    Aug18

    Poroshenko hints at martial law as fighting spikes in Ukraine

    Ukrainian President Poroshenko said Kyiv might order a new wave of military mobilization and institute martial law in response to more violence in the east. Both sides report heavy shelling, despite the shaky truce. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia threatens to sever ties with Ukraine amid rising tensions in Crimea
    Aug12

    Russia threatens to sever ties with Ukraine amid rising tensions in Crimea

    Russia’s premier has suggested that President Putin may elect to formally sever diplomatic ties with Kyiv. Moscow has sent its latest missile defense system to Crimea amid reports of a mutual military build-up. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia says it thwarted ‘armed Ukrainian incursion’ into Crimea
    Aug10

    Russia says it thwarted ‘armed Ukrainian incursion’ into Crimea

    Russia’s Federal Security Service says it has foiled attempts by Ukrainian forces to carry out attacks in Crimea. Ukraine has denied the allegations. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia says it thwarted ‘armed Ukrainian incursion’ into Crimea
    Aug10

    Russia says it thwarted ‘armed Ukrainian incursion’ into Crimea

    Russia’s Federal Security Service says it has foiled attempts by Ukrainian forces to carry out attacks in Crimea. Ukraine has denied the allegations. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia says it thwarts ‘armed Ukrainian incursion’ into Crimea
    Aug10

    Russia says it thwarts ‘armed Ukrainian incursion’ into Crimea

    Russia’s Federal Security Service says it has foiled attempts by Ukrainian forces to carry out attacks in Crimea. Ukraine has denied the allegations. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukrainian separatist leader wounded in bomb attack
    Aug07

    Ukrainian separatist leader wounded in bomb attack

    Pro-Russian separatist leader Igor Plotnitsky has been injured in a blast in the city of Luhansk in eastern Ukraine. Regional officials say the bomb was an assassination attempt. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    With fresh violence in Ukraine, is there hope for a solution?
    Aug05

    With fresh violence in Ukraine, is there hope for a solution?

    The UN has reported a major spike in civilian casualties due to fighting in Ukraine. DW spoke with the OSCE’s monitoring mission to find out why the conflict has taken another violent turn and if there is a solution. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine’s Savchenko starts hunger strike over inaction on POWs
    Aug02

    Ukraine’s Savchenko starts hunger strike over inaction on POWs

    A Ukrainian lawmaker once held by Russian authorities has lambasted the government for failing to end the civil war. Nearly 9,500 people have been killed after pro-Russia rebels launched an insurgency in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    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...

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