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    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...

    Germany’s Ukrainian refugee puzzle
    Aug10

    Germany’s Ukrainian refugee puzzle

    A growing number of Ukrainians are applying for refugee status in Germany. Most of them are looking for economic betterment, and very few are genuine political refugees. Should they be deported or welcomed? …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Underdocumented in Donbass: Eastern IDs invalid in Kyiv
    Aug09

    Underdocumented in Donbass: Eastern IDs invalid in Kyiv

    Official documents issued in the self-proclaimed people’s republics located in the Donbass region are not accepted elsewhere. There are many obstacles to procuring official Ukrainian documents, but it is not impossible. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine blacklists Depardieu and 13 other Russian artists
    Aug09

    Ukraine blacklists Depardieu and 13 other Russian artists

    Kyiv has blacklisted more than a dozen Russian actors and singers, meaning their work can no longer be seen or heard in Ukraine. Among those whose work is barred is French-born actor Gerard Depardieu. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    France agrees to reimburse Russia for undelivered Mistral warships
    Aug05

    France agrees to reimburse Russia for undelivered Mistral warships

    The Elysee Palace has said Russia is to be “fully reimbursed” for two Mistral helicopter carrying warships which France built but did not deliver. The deal was held up because of Russia’s role in Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Casualties in Ukraine ahead of renewed peace talks
    Aug03

    Casualties in Ukraine ahead of renewed peace talks

    At least four Ukrainian servicemen have been killed and 15 others injured in fighting with separatist forces in the country’s east. Kyiv is scheduled to start peace talks with the rebels and Russian representatives. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    OSCE turns 40 with a wary eye on Russia and Ukraine
    Aug01

    OSCE turns 40 with a wary eye on Russia and Ukraine

    Detente policy in the Cold War, conflict prevention and protection of human rights were the goals set when the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe was founded 40 years ago. How has the OSCE managed? …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukrainian pilot Savchenko’s fate in hands of Russian court
    Jul30

    Ukrainian pilot Savchenko’s fate in hands of Russian court

    The controversial trial of Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko has begun and threatens to damage already tense ties between Moscow and Kyiv. Regarded as a hero at home, she could face up to 25 years in jail if convicted. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russian navy to focus on energy-rich Arctic, Atlantic oceans
    Jul27

    Russian navy to focus on energy-rich Arctic, Atlantic oceans

    The energy-rich Arctic and the Atlantic oceans are center points of a revised Russian naval doctrine. Its publication by the Kremlin follows the standoff with the West and NATO over Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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