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    Merkel backs NATO build-up in eastern Europe
    Jul07

    Merkel backs NATO build-up in eastern Europe

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has accused Russia of “unsettling” NATO-allies with its actions in Ukraine. In her speech before the parliament, the chancellor called for both “deterrence and dialogue” with Moscow. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Savchenko: ‘Ukraine is paying for Europe’s freedom’
    Jun22

    Savchenko: ‘Ukraine is paying for Europe’s freedom’

    Sanctions against Russia should be directed toward individuals, says Ukrainian fighter pilot and parliamentarian Nadiya Savchenko in a DW Interview during a visit to the Council of Europe in Strasbourg. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU extends sanctions on Crimea for another year
    Jun17

    EU extends sanctions on Crimea for another year

    The European Union has extended for a year sanctions on Crimea, which Russia illegally annexed from Ukraine in 2014. Next week the bloc is set to vote on extending sanctions on Russia. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    My Brexit Diary: The Brexit ball
    Jun16

    My Brexit Diary: The Brexit ball

    German national soccer squad defender Jerome Boateng made a stunning save in the Euro 2016 match against Ukraine. DW London correspondent Gerhard Elfers thinks the UK needs someone like him – here’s why. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia and Ukraine free prisoners in latest swap
    Jun15

    Russia and Ukraine free prisoners in latest swap

    Two Ukrainians jailed in Russia have been released and sent home, in a prisoner swap between the two countries. Two alleged pro-Russian soldiers fighting in Ukraine were reported to have gone in the opposite direction. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Crimea honors Russian soldiers with statue
    Jun12

    Crimea honors Russian soldiers with statue

    Crimean officials have unveiled a statue of an armed soldier in celebration of Russian troops that took control of the peninsula from Ukraine. Governor Sergey Aksyonov pledged to keep developing the troops’ “brand.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Thousands protest armed OSCE mission in eastern Ukraine
    Jun10

    Thousands protest armed OSCE mission in eastern Ukraine

    Russia has agreed to allowing armed OSCE monitors at specific sites in conflict-hit eastern Ukraine. But in the rebel stronghold Donetsk, protesters vowed to protect themselves. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine detains Frenchman with 125 kilos of TNT and plan to attack Euro 2016
    Jun06

    Ukraine detains Frenchman with 125 kilos of TNT and plan to attack Euro 2016

    A French national aiming to acquire a large number of arms has been detained in Ukraine, according to the intelligence agency. The man was reportedly intending to carry out several terrorist attacks. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine adopts judicial reforms backed by West
    Jun02

    Ukraine adopts judicial reforms backed by West

    Kyiv lawmakers have approved plans to fight corruption in the legal system, as part of reforms promised to its backers. Judges will face limits to their immunity from prosecution and be appointed independently of MPs. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Five Ukrainian soldiers killed in pro-Russian attacks
    May29

    Five Ukrainian soldiers killed in pro-Russian attacks

    Five government soldiers have been killed in eastern parts of war-torn Ukraine over the past day. Concern is growing that the situation in the country is getting worse. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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