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    UK military trainers set to head for Ukraine
    Feb25

    UK military trainers set to head for Ukraine

    Britain has given a green light to plans for deploying military trainers in Ukraine to bolster that country’s resources against Russian-backed separatists. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Kerry warns of more Russia sanctions, after fatality-free day in Ukraine
    Feb25

    Kerry warns of more Russia sanctions, after fatality-free day in Ukraine

    US Secretary of State John Kerry has said Russia is far from meeting the terms of the second Minsk ceasefire, repeating warnings of more sanctions. It follows a day reportedly without any deaths in the Ukraine conflict. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU seeks energy autonomy amid Moscow and Kyiv’s gas dispute
    Feb25

    EU seeks energy autonomy amid Moscow and Kyiv’s gas dispute

    As Russia and Ukraine’s gas deliveries dispute heats up, the EU has announced plans to revamp its energy sector. The idea is thought to target Moscow “where it hurts.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Foreign ministers urge respect for Ukraine ceasefire
    Feb24

    Foreign ministers urge respect for Ukraine ceasefire

    The foreign ministers of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France have reiterated their call for a shaky ceasefire to be respected in Ukraine. The quartet met in Paris with the aim of rescuing the Minsk agreement. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Rebels claim heavy weapons pull-back in eastern Ukraine
    Feb24

    Rebels claim heavy weapons pull-back in eastern Ukraine

    Pro-Russia separatists in eastern Ukraine have said they have begun withdrawing heavy weapons from the front line. Government forces, though, have said they won’t do so until the shooting stops completely. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukrainian army refuses to start withdrawing heavy weapons
    Feb23

    Ukrainian army refuses to start withdrawing heavy weapons

    Attacks by pro-Russian rebels have delayed withdrawal of heavy weapons from the front line, Ukrainian army sources say. Both sides in the conflict had previously agreed to pull back the weapons within two weeks. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Open wounds in Ukraine
    Feb23

    Opinion: Open wounds in Ukraine

    One year on, the crimes that took place on the Maidan are still unpunished. Last February, Ukrainians won against a corrupt regime but their desire for a better life remains unfulfilled, says DW’s Bernd Johann. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Kharkiv bombing overshadows Maidan anniversary march in Ukraine
    Feb22

    Kharkiv bombing overshadows Maidan anniversary march in Ukraine

    EU President Donald Tusk and German President Joachim Gauck have attended a Maidan anniversary march in Ukraine’s capital Kyiv. It’s been overshadowed by the bombing of a similar march in Kharkiv. Two people were killed. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Deadly explosion rips through eastern Ukraine city of Kharkiv
    Feb22

    Deadly explosion rips through eastern Ukraine city of Kharkiv

    An explosive device went off in a crowd of marchers celebrating Ukraine’s 2014 revolution has caused over a dozen casualties. The country’s Interior Ministry condemned the “terrorist act” far from the frontline. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukrainian troops, rebels agree to artillery pullback
    Feb22

    Ukrainian troops, rebels agree to artillery pullback

    Despite ongoing violations of a ceasefire agreement, both sides in the Ukraine conflict have agreed to start moving back their tanks and heavy artillery from the front. The step comes on the heels of a prisoner exchange. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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