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1953. Its headquater is in Bonn (Berlin), Germany. Ukrainian editorship was
found in 2000 and cooperates with Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in
Ukraine. Deutsche Welle has the website www.dwelle.de with over 30 languages,
with Ukarainian version. The owner of Deutsche Welle is ARD that is Public
broadcasting.

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    What are Russia’s Zapad war games?
    Jul14

    What are Russia’s Zapad war games?

    Russia’s military is preparing to hold its biggest war games in several years, dubbed Zapad-2017. NATO’s eastern members are alarmed by these plans, and claim similar drills preceded clashes in Georgia and Crimea. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    NATO voices skepticism over size of Russia’s Zapad military exercise
    Jul13

    NATO voices skepticism over size of Russia’s Zapad military exercise

    NATO has welcomed recent dialogue with Russia, but the alliance has serious doubts Moscow is revealing the true extent of their military exercises. Last time this training took place was just before Crimean invasion. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Crimea turbines put Siemens in geopolitical hot water
    Jul12

    Opinion: Crimea turbines put Siemens in geopolitical hot water

    Should Siemens deliver gas turbines to Crimea? Of course not. But what about Siemens’ Russian partners? The latest controversy shows how business deals can quickly become geopolitical, says DW’s Christian F. Trippe. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU adopts Association Agreement with Ukraine
    Jul11

    EU adopts Association Agreement with Ukraine

    The EU has formally approved an Association Agreement with Ukraine. The agreement expands cooperation across a host of fields and can pave the way for eventual EU membership. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Donald Trump well received in Poland, outside observers more critical
    Jul07

    Donald Trump well received in Poland, outside observers more critical

    Donald Trump’s speech went over well in Warsaw. The US president chided the Kremlin over Ukraine and pledged more gas to curb energy dependence on Russia. But what will it mean for Trump’s meeting with Vladimir Putin? …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Donald Trump praises Poland for NATO commitment, rebukes Russia
    Jul06

    Donald Trump praises Poland for NATO commitment, rebukes Russia

    US President Donald Trump has used a speech in Warsaw to reiterate US support for the NATO alliance. He praised Poland for its commitment to defense spending, but chastised Russia over its actions in Ukraine and Syria. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Donald Trump arrives in Germany for G20 after praise for Poland
    Jul06

    Donald Trump arrives in Germany for G20 after praise for Poland

    US President Donald Trump has arrived in Germany after he used a speech in Warsaw to reiterate US support for the NATO alliance. He praised Poland for its commitment to defense, and condemned Russia’s actions in Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Donald Trump praises Poland’s commitment to NATO, chastises Russia
    Jul06

    Donald Trump praises Poland’s commitment to NATO, chastises Russia

    Us President Donald Trump has used a speech in Warsaw to reiterate US support for the NATO alliance. He praised Poland for its commitment to defense, and condemned Russia’s actions in Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Donald Trump praises Poland’s commitment to NATO
    Jul06

    Donald Trump praises Poland’s commitment to NATO

    Us President Donald Trump has used a speech in Warsaw to reiterate US support for the NATO alliance. He praised Poland for its commitment to defense, and condemned Russia’s actions in Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukrainian Deputy PM: ‘Russia not willing to implement Minsk’
    Jul05

    Ukrainian Deputy PM: ‘Russia not willing to implement Minsk’

    Two years after the Minsk agreement was signed, the agreement is still having little or no effect on the ground. Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister Klympush-Tsintsadze blames Russia on Conflict Zone. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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