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    US-EU condemn Russian jailing of Ukrainian filmmaker
    Aug25

    US-EU condemn Russian jailing of Ukrainian filmmaker

    The jailing of Oleg Sentsov for 20 years for arson attacks in Crimea has been criticized by the EU as a “violation of international law.” Washington has also demanded the director’s immediate release. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    F-22 fighter jet deployment to Europe packs military punch
    Aug25

    F-22 fighter jet deployment to Europe packs military punch

    The planned deployment of advanced F-22 fighter jets to Europe sends a clear signal to Russia and Eastern Europe of Washington’s concern about the situation in Ukraine. But the move is also significant militarily. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russian court sentences Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov to 20 years in prison
    Aug25

    Russian court sentences Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov to 20 years in prison

    A Russian court has sentenced Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov to 20 years in prison. The Crimean native was convicted on terrorism charges which rights group dismiss as Moscow’s revenge for Sentsov’s pro-Ukraine stance. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Waiting for peace in Donetsk, eastern Ukraine
    Aug24

    Waiting for peace in Donetsk, eastern Ukraine

    After a year and a half of war in the Donbass region, people there are desperate for peace, no matter how they get it. But according to politicians in Kyiv and separatist leaders, tensions are on the increase. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Skirmishes turn deadly in Ukraine
    Aug20

    Skirmishes turn deadly in Ukraine

    Four Ukrainian soldiers have been killed and 14 wounded in skirmishes with pro-Russian troops. The violence dims hopes of a ceasefire deal. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine: A Donbass offensive or a mere provocation?
    Aug19

    Ukraine: A Donbass offensive or a mere provocation?

    Fighting has once again broken out in eastern Ukraine. But despite the escalation, military experts say there’s no indication yet that Russia is preparing a large-scale attack. They say Moscow has another goal. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Both sides in Ukraine conflict hinder observers, OSCE says
    Aug19

    Both sides in Ukraine conflict hinder observers, OSCE says

    In an interview with a German paper, the deputy head of the OSCE’s mission in Ukraine has said his observers are being hindered in their work. This comes amid the latest spike in Ukraine violence. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia claims Kyiv is planning a new offensive in eastern Ukraine
    Aug17

    Russia claims Kyiv is planning a new offensive in eastern Ukraine

    The Russian foreign minister has said the government in Kyiv is planning a new offensive in its conflict with pro-Moscow separtists, flouting the ceasefire. Germany has also warned that the situation is “explosive.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine confirms ban of ‘fascist’ Russian books
    Aug13

    Ukraine confirms ban of ‘fascist’ Russian books

    Kiev authorities have banned 38 books, mostly by Russian writers, for “promoting fascism” and “insulting a nation and its people.” Most of the books were published after the outbreak of the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    MH17 probe finds ‘possible’ Russian BUK missile parts
    Aug11

    MH17 probe finds ‘possible’ Russian BUK missile parts

    The team reviewing the cause of the fatal crash of MH17 has said they have discovered what may be parts of an anti-aircraft missile near the site. Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels have blamed each other for the incident. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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