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    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...

    Ukrainian president says country in a ‘real war’ with Russia
    May20

    Ukrainian president says country in a ‘real war’ with Russia

    Ukraine’s Petro Poroshenko has revealed he doesn’t trust Russian leader Vladimir Putin, and says the two countries are engaged in a “real war.” The comments come days after Kyiv said it had captured two Russian soldiers. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine shows off captured ‘Russian soldiers’
    May20

    Ukraine shows off captured ‘Russian soldiers’

    Kyiv has aired footage of two men it says are Russian soldiers, who it says were captured in the midst of fighting the country’s restive eastern regions. Moscow has insisted the men are no longer in the Russian military. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukrainian troops arrest two Russian soldiers in separatist territory
    May17

    Ukrainian troops arrest two Russian soldiers in separatist territory

    Kyiv forces have arrested two Russian soldiers in eastern Ukraine, a region controlled by pro-Russian rebels. Ukrainian authorities have also reported casualties in skirmishes despite the ongoing ceasefire. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Poroshenko blasts ‘pseudo-ceasefire’ in talks with Merkel in Berlin
    May14

    Poroshenko blasts ‘pseudo-ceasefire’ in talks with Merkel in Berlin

    President Poroshenko and Chancellor Merkel have emphasized the ceasefire struck in February to end the conflict in eastern Ukraine continues to be violated. “Ukraine is losing its best sons every day,” Poroshenko said. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    NATO foreign ministers: Moscow ‘must stop’ destabilization of Ukraine
    May13

    NATO foreign ministers: Moscow ‘must stop’ destabilization of Ukraine

    The top diplomats from NATO nations have met with their Ukrainian counterpart to put the heat on Russia to speed up the truce in Ukraine. According to the bloc, Moscow has been building up its Black Sea military might. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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