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    Putin brushes off Western boycott of World War II victory commemorations
    May09

    Putin brushes off Western boycott of World War II victory commemorations

    Military tanks and troops paraded across Moscow’s Red Square to mark the 70th anniversary of the Soviet’s victory over Nazi Germany. Western leaders stayed away protesting Russia’s role in the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia stages historic VE Day parade in Moscow
    May09

    Russia stages historic VE Day parade in Moscow

    Russia is celebrating its victory over Nazi Germany 70 years ago with a massive military parade in Moscow. Many Western leaders have snubbed the festivities amid tensions over Russia’s role in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Moscow prepares VE Day parade, despite snub by West
    May09

    Moscow prepares VE Day parade, despite snub by West

    Moscow is preparing to hold its commemorations marking 70 years since the end of the Second World War in Europe. Western leaders have snubbed the occasion in protest at Moscow’s alleged actions in Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Security for the Baltic with air policing in Estonia
    May04

    Security for the Baltic with air policing in Estonia

    Since the crisis in Ukraine, NATO has been monitoring airspace over the Baltic states, which is regularly violated by Russia. In Ämari, in Estonia, the British Air force is about to take over from Spain. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Fighting intensifies in eastern Ukraine despite ceasefire
    May03

    Fighting intensifies in eastern Ukraine despite ceasefire

    Eastern Ukraine has witnessed the worst clashes since the Minsk ceasefire deal was brokered in February. European observes continue to call for peace amid ceasefire violations by both parties. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    The Odessa file: What happened on May 2, 2014?
    May02

    The Odessa file: What happened on May 2, 2014?

    One year ago, some 50 people died during unrest in the Ukrainian port city of Odessa, most of them pro-Russian activists. Investigators believe that a chain of events led to the deaths. Many doubts remain. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    World leaders review Ukraine’s fragile peace
    Apr30

    World leaders review Ukraine’s fragile peace

    The leaders of the four nations most closely involved with the truce in eastern Ukraine have held fresh talks on the violence that has not yet left the region. Kyiv says Russia has offered to send a peacekeeping force. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine: ask too much or ask too little ?
    Apr28

    Ukraine: ask too much or ask too little ?

    Ukrainian expectations of a speedy convergence with the European Union are high, perhaps too high. However, Brussels must be careful not to alienate Ukraine. Christoph Hasselbach believes it’s about finding a balance. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine: Ask too much or ask to little ?
    Apr28

    Ukraine: Ask too much or ask to little ?

    Ukrainian expectations of a speedy convergence with the European Union are high, perhaps too high. However, Brussels must be careful not to alienate Ukraine. Christoph Hasselbach believes it’s about finding a balance. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    MH17: German government failed to warn airlines
    Apr27

    MH17: German government failed to warn airlines

    The day MH17 was shot down, German passenger planes were still flying over Eastern Ukraine. There is evidence the Berlin government failed to pass on warnings of dramatic security threats to airlines. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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