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    Food aid provides lifeline for most vulnerable in Ukraine conflict
    Dec18

    Food aid provides lifeline for most vulnerable in Ukraine conflict

    The conflict in Ukraine has left millions displaced and in need of help. Aid groups are busy trying to distribute food to those – on both sides – who have no other means. Filip Warwick reports from eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Brawl as Ukrainian lawmaker hoists Prime Minister Yatseniuk from podium
    Dec11

    Brawl as Ukrainian lawmaker hoists Prime Minister Yatseniuk from podium

    Fighting has broken out in the Ukrainian parliament, after a perturbed lawmaker physically picked up Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk as he was giving a speech, lifting him from the podium. A mass brawl ensued. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Pressure builds in Kyiv ahead of crucial deadline
    Dec10

    Pressure builds in Kyiv ahead of crucial deadline

    The one year grace period is over. Parliament could now oust Ukraine’s governing coalition. Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk is increasingly under pressure. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Joe Biden likely to bring harsh criticism to Ukraine
    Dec06

    Joe Biden likely to bring harsh criticism to Ukraine

    Joe Biden will likely express heavy criticism in Ukraine’s capital. The United States is losing its patience with regard to Ukraine’s judiciary reforms and its battle against corruption. Frank Hofmann reports from Kyiv. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Georgia strips former-president Saakashvili of citizenship in wake of Ukrainian role
    Dec04

    Georgia strips former-president Saakashvili of citizenship in wake of Ukrainian role

    Georgia has stripped former president Mikheil Saakashvili of his citizenship, more than six months after Kiev appointed him governor of Odessa in Ukraine. He has become one of Moscow’s arch enemies. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    OSCE: Germany takes the helm
    Dec04

    OSCE: Germany takes the helm

    Terror attacks, Turkish-Russian tensions, the refugee crisis and a conflict in Eastern Ukraine – the fragile security situation in Europe dominates the 2015 OSCE Ministerial Council. Dagmar Engel reports from Belgrade. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Dark days on Crimea: Russia and Ukraine rattle sabers
    Dec01

    Dark days on Crimea: Russia and Ukraine rattle sabers

    Electricity cables cut, no trade between Ukraine proper and the Crimean Peninsula, no gas supply: Once again Ukraine and Russia seem headed for confrontation. The US and Europe fear for the future of the Minsk Protocol. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    State of emergency in Crimea amid second night of blackout
    Nov23

    State of emergency in Crimea amid second night of blackout

    The administration of Russian-annexed Crimea has declared a work-free day after the peninsula was largely blacked out for a second night due to pylon damage. The perpetrators of the damage remain unknown. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    The Maidan movement and the period that followed
    Nov22

    The Maidan movement and the period that followed

    This weekend in Kyiv, the beginning of the pro-European Maidan movement is being remembered. A timeline from Frank Hofmann in Kyiv. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Playing with fire in Donbass
    Nov19

    Playing with fire in Donbass

    Most tanks have apparently been withdrawn from the buffer zone in eastern Ukraine but not the heavy artillery, complains the OSCE. The truce is still on shaky ground. DW’s Frank Hofmann reports from Kyiv. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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