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    Putin reveals details of decision to annex Crimea
    Mar09

    Putin reveals details of decision to annex Crimea

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has described the moment he claims to have ordered the incorporation of Crimea into the Russian Federation. Details of the overnight meeting came to light in a forthcoming documentary. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Kyiv troops, rebels claim to be completing weapons withdrawal
    Mar07

    Kyiv troops, rebels claim to be completing weapons withdrawal

    Ukraine’s military has said that it is completing its withdrawal of heavy weapons under the terms of the peace agreement signed in Minsk last month. Pro-Russian separatists have also claimed to have pulled back. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine’s ragtag army digs in for a frozen conflict
    Mar06

    Ukraine’s ragtag army digs in for a frozen conflict

    Underfunded and underequipped, the Ukrainian army that photojournalist Christopher Bobyn documented on the frontline near Donetsk is a crew of professional soldiers making due with limited resources. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Evidence mounting of Russian troops in Ukraine
    Mar04

    Evidence mounting of Russian troops in Ukraine

    Evidence is mounting that Russian soldiers are officially fighting in eastern Ukraine. Reporters and human rights activists describe their attempts to remain undercover. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    More than a dozen dead in Ukraine mine explosion, say authorities
    Mar04

    More than a dozen dead in Ukraine mine explosion, say authorities

    Officials in Ukraine report at least 17 workers have been killed after a blast at a coal mine near the eastern city of Donetsk. It’s feared dozens of miners who are still missing have also died. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel warns Russia of new sanctions if Ukraine ceasefire violated
    Mar04

    Merkel warns Russia of new sanctions if Ukraine ceasefire violated

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned Russia to live up to the Ukraine peace agreement it backed in Minsk last month or face tougher sanctions. She said the EU stands ready to impose new measures if needed. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Dozens feared dead in Donetsk mine explosion
    Mar04

    Dozens feared dead in Donetsk mine explosion

    Dozens of people are unaccounted for and feared dead after gas sparked an explosion at a mine in a separatist-controlled part of eastern Ukraine. There has been conflicting information about the number of victims. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Dozens killed in eastern Ukraine mine explosion
    Mar04

    Dozens killed in eastern Ukraine mine explosion

    Dozens have been killed and several others feared trapped underground after an explosion at a coal mine in the rebel stronghold of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine. A rescue operation is underway. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Western leaders want ‘strong reaction’ if major violation of Minsk deal
    Mar03

    Western leaders want ‘strong reaction’ if major violation of Minsk deal

    Washington and its European allies discussed the state of the Ukraine conflict in a video conference. They agreed that a firm reaction is necessary if there’s any major break in the truce. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Moldova: Europe’s next powder keg?
    Mar02

    Moldova: Europe’s next powder keg?

    The war in eastern Ukraine continues to sow unrest in the European Union and NATO. Now, the focus is shifting to the tiny republic of Moldova on the EU’s eastern border, and the breakaway territory of Transnistria. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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