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    Russia ready to block UN Security Council vote for tribunal on MH17 Ukraine air crash
    Jul25

    Russia ready to block UN Security Council vote for tribunal on MH17 Ukraine air crash

    Russia looks set to veto next week’s UN Security Council vote for a tribunal to prosecute those suspected of downing the Malaysia passenger plane over Ukraine last year. All 298 people on board died. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    A nonexistent frontier: Ukraine’s internal border
    Jul24

    A nonexistent frontier: Ukraine’s internal border

    Ukraine is regulating passenger travel to and from rebel-held territories near Donetsk and Luhansk. The result: kilometer-long lines and frustrated citizens. Inna Kuprijanova reports from a border that should not exist. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine agrees to 30-kilometer buffer zone
    Jul22

    Ukraine agrees to 30-kilometer buffer zone

    Ukrainan President Petro Poroshenko has announced plans to introduce a 30-kilometer demilitarized zone in Luhansk. The president has also instated a well-known volunteer as Kyiv’s governor of the war-torn region. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia tries Ukrainian film director Sentsov on terror charges
    Jul21

    Russia tries Ukrainian film director Sentsov on terror charges

    A Ukrainian filmmaker has gone on trial on terror charges in Russia. Rights groups say the case against Oleg Sentsov was fabricated as payback for his vocal opposition to the annexation of Crimea. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia submits rival MH17 resolution draft
    Jul21

    Russia submits rival MH17 resolution draft

    In a UN resolution proposal, Russia has called for “perpetrators” in the likely downing of MH17 over Ukraine to be brought to justice. The draft ignores the requests for an international tribunal. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Kremlin criticizes NATO over drills in Ukraine
    Jul20

    Kremlin criticizes NATO over drills in Ukraine

    Moscow has warned that a five-month-long truce could be derailed by the war games. The Russian military recently held its own exercises close to its border with Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine rebels claim to withdraw heavy weapons
    Jul19

    Ukraine rebels claim to withdraw heavy weapons

    Pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine have started moving their remaining heavy weapons away from the front line, according to rebel sources. Kyiv and the rebels traded accusations for the latest shelling of civilians. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Donbass autonomy to test Ukrainian government
    Jul17

    Donbass autonomy to test Ukrainian government

    Ukraine is in a race against time to anchor a factual autonomy for the pro-Russian separatist region of Donbass into its constitution. The core of the Minsk Agreement is at stake, but resistance is growing in Kyiv. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    MH17 photographer recalls grim crash day
    Jul16

    MH17 photographer recalls grim crash day

    Oleg Vitulkin was the first photographer on the scene of the MH17 plane crash that killed 298 passengers and crew members. The anniversary evokes memories he would rather let lie. Kitty Logan reports from Torez, Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Reports: Russian troops leave unit fearing Ukraine deployment
    Jul11

    Reports: Russian troops leave unit fearing Ukraine deployment

    Dozens of professional Russian soldiers are facing trial after abandoning a training base, according to media reports. The soldiers were allegedly pressured to “volunteer” for fighting in Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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