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    Deadly battles near Donetsk signal escalation in Ukraine conflict
    Jun03

    Deadly battles near Donetsk signal escalation in Ukraine conflict

    Intense fighting has erupted between Kyiv troops and pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine. The violence signifies the most serious escalation in the conflict since a February truce deal. Both sides are trading blame. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    European Parliament blacklists Russian diplomats
    Jun03

    European Parliament blacklists Russian diplomats

    In response to Russia’s blacklisting of 89 EU officials, the European Parliament is restricting access for Russian diplomats and lawmakers. EU-Russia relations have soured over the Ukraine conflict. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Despite distance, war takes toll on western Ukraine
    Jun02

    Despite distance, war takes toll on western Ukraine

    In Ukraine’s west, long a bastion of pro-European sentiment, the war and economic crisis are shaking faith in the country’s leadership. Ian Bateson reports from Novovolynsk. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine appoints ex-Georgian President Saakashvili governor of restive region
    May30

    Ukraine appoints ex-Georgian President Saakashvili governor of restive region

    Ukrainian President Poroshenko has appointed former Georgian leader Saakashvili as governor of troubled Odessa region near Russian-annexed Crimea. Moscow has slammed the fiercely anti-Russian politician’s appointment. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia releases travel ban blacklist
    May30

    Russia releases travel ban blacklist

    Russia has published a blacklist of 89 European Union politicians and military leaders banned from the country. The move is said to be in response to EU sanctions placed on Moscow over Crimea and Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    German view of Ukrainian history like a map with blank spots
    May29

    German view of Ukrainian history like a map with blank spots

    Germans’ view of Ukrainian history often has more to do with Russia than Ukraine, but a new commission aims to change that. Its co-chair fills DW in on what historians have to offer when it comes to the current crisis. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    NATO, allies launch Arctic aerial drills
    May25

    NATO, allies launch Arctic aerial drills

    NATO members and partners have begun large-scale aerial drills in northern Europe. The exercises take place against the backdrop of terse language between the western allliance and Russia over Ukraine’s conflict. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia bans German MP from entering country
    May25

    Russia bans German MP from entering country

    Foreign affairs politician Karl-Georg Wellmann has been stopped from entering Russia, where he was to take part in talks on “the future of Ukraine”. The move is “unacceptable,” German Foreign Ministry says. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Medvedev: Russia to adopt ‘tough position’ if Ukraine defaults on debt
    May23

    Medvedev: Russia to adopt ‘tough position’ if Ukraine defaults on debt

    Russia says it’ll adopt a tough stance if Ukraine fails to pay off debts owed to Moscow by its previous government. The warning comes after Kyiv passed a law making it possible to delay payments to foreign creditors. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    ‘Ongoing’ war crimes by both sides in eastern Ukraine conflict, says Amnesty
    May22

    ‘Ongoing’ war crimes by both sides in eastern Ukraine conflict, says Amnesty

    Amnesty International has released a report detailing war crimes perpetrated by pro-Kyiv and pro-Russia forces. The report details summary killings, mock executions and torture on both sides of the conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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