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    President Poroshenko’s offshore connection in Germany
    May23

    President Poroshenko’s offshore connection in Germany

    Resentment is growing in Ukraine about the offshore holdings of the president and his confidantes. A DW investigation sheds new light on the relationship between Poroschenko and shell companies in Germany. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Tatars remain resolute in Kremlin-controlled Crimea
    May22

    Tatars remain resolute in Kremlin-controlled Crimea

    Over two years have passed since Russia annexed Crimea. Tatars are feeling increasingly insecure in their homeland on the Black Sea peninsula. Juri Rescheto reports from Simferopol. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    “Bad times for East-West diplomacy”
    May18

    “Bad times for East-West diplomacy”

    On this week’s Conflict Zone, Vladimir Chizhov, Russian ambassador to the EU, discusses the crisis in Ukraine, U.S. missile defense and NATO expansion. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine conflict: more cases of trafficking and torture than previously thought
    May18

    Ukraine conflict: more cases of trafficking and torture than previously thought

    Human rights groups have received thousands of reports of ill treatment from both the pro-Russian and Ukrainian sides in the ongoing conflict. Representatives are due to meet in Minsk for the first time in weeks. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia’s Red Army Choir hopes for 2017 Eurovision in Ukraine
    May17

    Russia’s Red Army Choir hopes for 2017 Eurovision in Ukraine

    The artistic director of Russia’s official Red Army Choir, formed during the Soviet era, has voiced readiness to join the competition. But tensions remain high following this year’s unexpected win by Ukraine’s Jamala. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russian officials bash Ukraine’s ‘political’ Eurovision win
    May15

    Russian officials bash Ukraine’s ‘political’ Eurovision win

    After Ukrainian singer Jamala’s Eurovision win, Russian politicians have decried the song’s “political” content while media called for the votes to be reviewed. One politician has suggested skipping next year’s contest. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Steinmeier hosts talks on eastern Ukraine with foreign ministers in Berlin
    May11

    Steinmeier hosts talks on eastern Ukraine with foreign ministers in Berlin

    Talks in Berlin on the situation in eastern Ukraine have brought proposals for improving security but no breakthrough on a political process. There is no agreement yet on holding local elections. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine under pressure to implement terms of Minsk peace agreement
    May10

    Ukraine under pressure to implement terms of Minsk peace agreement

    Most of the provisions of the Minsk II settlement remain unfulfilled, putting mainly Ukraine in a tight spot. Elections in separatist-held territory are at the forefront of diplomatic efforts. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russian Victory Day prompts clashes in Kharkiv, Kyiv
    May09

    Russian Victory Day prompts clashes in Kharkiv, Kyiv

    Russia has stage a large military parade on the Red Square, remembering victory over Germany in World War II. The celebration, marked in numerous ways across the former Soviet Union, sparked scuffles in Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    NATO, Russia to escalate troop deployment amid rising tensions
    May05

    NATO, Russia to escalate troop deployment amid rising tensions

    NATO plans to increase its troop deployment along its eastern flank in response to Russian military aggression in Ukraine. Moscow has said it will respond in kind, with deployments that could outnumber NATO 10-1. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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