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    Russia–Ukraine gas talks in Berlin postponed
    Apr10

    Russia–Ukraine gas talks in Berlin postponed

    EU-brokered talks on gas security in Berlin have been rescheduled because too many issues remain open, the EU officials say. Ukraine is a crucial transit country for supplying western Europe with gas. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine lawmakers ban ‘Communist and Nazi propaganda’
    Apr10

    Ukraine lawmakers ban ‘Communist and Nazi propaganda’

    The Ukraine parliament has approved a law condemning “the totalitarian Communist and Nazi regimes,” and outlawing all related symbols and propaganda. Many reminders of the past survive in the former Soviet republic. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Berlin to hold four-way Ukraine talks
    Apr09

    Berlin to hold four-way Ukraine talks

    The “Normandy” group is set to conduct a follow up on the peace process in Ukraine. Amnesty International has said it has evidence the rebels carried out execution-style killings on Ukrainian soldiers. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Tsipras’ visit to Moscow was a flop
    Apr09

    Opinion: Tsipras’ visit to Moscow was a flop

    Judgement before the visit was harsh. Not only did the EU and Ukraine castigate Greece’s solitary mission in Moscow, but Alexis Tsipras also lost this political game, says DW’s Barbara Wesel. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Lithuania to ban Russian TV channel for ‘warmongering’
    Apr08

    Lithuania to ban Russian TV channel for ‘warmongering’

    Lithuania plans to take Russian-language station RTR Planeta off the air for three months for spreading Kremlin “propaganda.” The Ukraine crisis has rekindled fears of Russia expanding its influence in the Baltic. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Trade ties and sanctions on the agenda as Greece’s Tsipras visits Moscow
    Apr08

    Trade ties and sanctions on the agenda as Greece’s Tsipras visits Moscow

    Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has arrived in Moscow for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin. The EU Parliament’s president has warned Tsipras not to break the line on EU sanctions towards Russia. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine: Another crisis for ‘Europe’s bread basket’
    Apr07

    Ukraine: Another crisis for ‘Europe’s bread basket’

    A year on since the start of the Ukraine crisis, the power struggle between Brussels, Moscow and Kyiv shows no sign of abating. International affairs expert, Alexander Mercouris, told DW about the wider implications. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    The “long goal is to weaken the EU”, expert says
    Apr07

    The “long goal is to weaken the EU”, expert says

    The contest between Russia and Europe is about the rule of law, and Ukraine is a testing ground, a US expert says. It’s “a challenge for the European Union and its leading member states.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Separatist rebels reject Poroshenko’s decentralization referendum proposal
    Apr06

    Separatist rebels reject Poroshenko’s decentralization referendum proposal

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has raised the idea of holding a referendum on the decentralization of power to the country’s cities. The proposal has been immediately snubbed by pro-Russian rebels. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Separatist shelling leaves several dead in eastern Ukraine
    Apr05

    Separatist shelling leaves several dead in eastern Ukraine

    For the second day in a row, Ukraine’s military has reported several casualties. Fighting has dwindled since a February ceasefire was implemented, but both sides continue to blame each other for violating the pact. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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