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    Russian court finds Ukraine pilot Savchenko guilty over journalist killings
    Mar21

    Russian court finds Ukraine pilot Savchenko guilty over journalist killings

    The ex-Ukrainian pilot was found guilty of murdering journalists in a case deemed politically-motivated by rights groups. Savchenko has described the case as a “lie,” alleging she was kidnapped by pro-Russia separatists. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Two years after Crimea annexation, NATO chief urges continued sanctions on Russia
    Mar18

    Two years after Crimea annexation, NATO chief urges continued sanctions on Russia

    NATO’s head has called for Washington and Brussels to continue sanctioning Russia in a bid to end conflict in Ukraine. His comments come as the Russian president visited Crimea to mark the anniversary of its annexation. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU boosts humanitarian aid to Ukraine
    Mar16

    EU boosts humanitarian aid to Ukraine

    Brussels has announced a significant increase in humanitarian assistance to Ukraine since conflict erupted in 2014. EU’s crisis management chief said the aid will target “all vulnerable people affected by the conflict.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU foreign policy chief demands Russia release jailed Ukrainian pilot
    Mar10

    EU foreign policy chief demands Russia release jailed Ukrainian pilot

    The EU’s Federica Mogherini has called on Moscow to free pilot Nadezhda Savchenko captured by separatists. The 34 year old is on hunger strike while accused of complicity in the death of two Russian state TV reporters. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukrainian foreign minister Klimkin says no breakthrough in Ukraine talks
    Mar04

    Ukrainian foreign minister Klimkin says no breakthrough in Ukraine talks

    With the Minsk peace accord more than a year old, France and Germany say little has been done to implement it. Although violence has wound down, social and economic reforms remain neglected, said Berlin. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    ‘Real progress’ needed in Ukraine says France, Germany
    Mar04

    ‘Real progress’ needed in Ukraine says France, Germany

    With the Minsk accord more than a year old, France and Germany says little has been done to implement it. Although violence has wound down, social and economic reforms remain neglected, said Berlin. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    UN: Civilians suffering ‘abandonment’ and despair in eastern Ukraine
    Mar03

    UN: Civilians suffering ‘abandonment’ and despair in eastern Ukraine

    The United Nations has said the conflict in eastern Ukraine has left millions of civilians suffering from despair and isolation. The assessment comes as foreign ministers hold talks over a ceasefire in the region. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Szydlo exaggerated on refugees from Ukraine in Poland
    Feb28

    Szydlo exaggerated on refugees from Ukraine in Poland

    In a politically motivated statement, Prime Minister Beat Szydlo claimed that “a million Ukrainian refugees” were living in Poland. They are, however, mostly foreign workers. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Goodbye, Lenin! – Ukrainian style
    Feb24

    Goodbye, Lenin! – Ukrainian style

    History in Ukraine is changing faster than it has in decades. Now hundreds of cities and streets recalling the Communist era are being renamed. But finding new names is not always easy. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Good-bye, Lenin! – Ukrainian style
    Feb23

    Good-bye, Lenin! – Ukrainian style

    History in Ukraine is changing faster than it has in decades. Now hundreds of cities and streets recalling the Communist era are being renamed. But finding new names is not always easy. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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