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    ‘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...

    Ukraine’s Eurovision pick highlights Russian oppression
    Feb22

    Ukraine’s Eurovision pick highlights Russian oppression

    A Crimean Tatar singer has been chosen to represent Ukraine with a song about Russia’s deadly deportation of the group. Jamala may face challenges if the song “1994” breaks Eurovision’s rules on political content. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Kyiv’s crisis continues its spiral
    Feb19

    Kyiv’s crisis continues its spiral

    Two years after Kyiv’s transition of power, signs are pointing again to change. Reforms are barely moving forward; accusations of corruption grow louder. Now even the government coalition has collapsed. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine conflict affects over half a million children, says UNICEF
    Feb19

    Ukraine conflict affects over half a million children, says UNICEF

    At least 215,000 children have been internally displaced and many more psychologically affected by fighting in Ukraine. UNICEF has called for “unhindered access” to help those affected. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine Samopomich party quits coalition leaving ruling alliance without majority
    Feb18

    Ukraine Samopomich party quits coalition leaving ruling alliance without majority

    Ukraine’s junior coalition partner, the Samopomich party, has left the ruling alliance headed by Arseny Yatsenyuk. The prime minister has said he is in talks with other political groups on joining the coalition. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Tymoshenko’s party quits Ukrainian government coalition
    Feb17

    Tymoshenko’s party quits Ukrainian government coalition

    Ukraine’s Fatherland party left the ruling coalition of Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk only a day after his government survived a no-confidence vote. Party leader Yulia Tymoshenko urged other factions to exit as well. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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