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    NATO chief says Russia still equipping rebels in Ukraine
    Mar11

    NATO chief says Russia still equipping rebels in Ukraine

    NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has said Russia is still arming and training rebel forces in eastern Ukraine. He also expressed concern about the withdrawal of heavy weapons amid fears they could be repositioned. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    IMF loan conditional on truce in Ukraine
    Mar10

    IMF loan conditional on truce in Ukraine

    The International Monetary Fund is set to decide on a new financial rescue plan for Ukraine worth $ 17.5 billion. However, the IMF will only make the funds available if the country’s ceasefire holds. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Rebels dig new front-line positions despite Ukraine ceasefire
    Mar10

    Rebels dig new front-line positions despite Ukraine ceasefire

    Separatist fighters continue preparing their positions in the war against Kyiv forces. Though this part of Ukraine has been relatively quiet since the ceasefire, tensions remain high, reports Kitty Logan from Debaltseve. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Poroshenko: Rebels have withdrawn significant amount of heavy weaponry in eastern Ukraine
    Mar10

    Poroshenko: Rebels have withdrawn significant amount of heavy weaponry in eastern Ukraine

    Both sides appear to be honoring a term of a ceasefire to end the fighting in eastern Ukraine. President Poroshenko said rebels have withdrawn a “significant” amount of heavy weaponry from the front lines. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    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...

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