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    Poroshenko blames Russian official for Maidan snipers
    Feb20

    Poroshenko blames Russian official for Maidan snipers

    Amid commemoration ceremonies for the Maidan protesters who were brutally killed last year, Ukraine’s president has made new allegations against Russia. He said snipers were firing on orders from a Russian official. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Hollande, Merkel: Ukraine truce must be ‘fully respected’
    Feb20

    Hollande, Merkel: Ukraine truce must be ‘fully respected’

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande have called for the “Minsk II” ceasefire deal in Ukraine to be “fully respected.” They also said Greece should remain in the eurozone. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Rebels promise prisoner exchange as ceasefire stumbles in eastern Ukraine
    Feb20

    Rebels promise prisoner exchange as ceasefire stumbles in eastern Ukraine

    Kyiv and pro-Russian separatists have traded accusations over the shaky status of the six-day old ceasefire. Hope for a prisoner exchange, a key point of the truce, remains however. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU police as peacekeepers in Ukraine?
    Feb19

    EU police as peacekeepers in Ukraine?

    Ukrainian President Poroshenko says he wants a greater role for the European Union in monitoring the ceasefire in the country’s east. But the EU is skeptical of the proposal, DW’s Bernd Riegert writes from Brussels. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel, Hollande, Poroshenko and Putin try to rescue Ukraine truce
    Feb19

    Merkel, Hollande, Poroshenko and Putin try to rescue Ukraine truce

    The leaders of Germany, France Ukraine and Russia have spoken on the telephone in an attempt to keep alive a faltering ceasefire in eastern Ukraine. All four called for the truce to be fully implemented. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Moscow, separatists reject Kyiv’s call for peacekeepers
    Feb19

    Moscow, separatists reject Kyiv’s call for peacekeepers

    Moscow has said Kyiv’s call for deploying peacekeepers to Ukraine could endanger the entire ceasefire agreement in the country. Pro-Russian separatists said a such a mission would violate the Minsk peace deal. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Moldova parliament picks pro-EU premier
    Feb18

    Moldova parliament picks pro-EU premier

    Moldova’s parliament has chosen a pro-European businessman as prime minister. Its choice of Chiril Gaburici puts the impoverished former Soviet republic adjacent to Ukraine on possible collision course with Russia. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Austria suffering fallout from Russian sanctions
    Feb18

    Austria suffering fallout from Russian sanctions

    While the world waits to see whether the Ukraine ceasefire will hold, Austrian businesses look on with dismay at increasingly slim prospects that the economy will pick up this year, writes Alison Langley from Vienna. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Diplomacy has reached its limits
    Feb18

    Opinion: Diplomacy has reached its limits

    Perhaps the Minsk accord hasn’t failed yet. But the situation in Debaltseve shows that peace in eastern Ukraine just can’t be reached with diplomacy alone, DW’s Bernd Johann writes. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Orban is playing games with Europe
    Feb18

    Opinion: Orban is playing games with Europe

    As fighting continues in eastern Ukraine, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has reinforced his relationship with Moscow and provided Putin with a platform. In doing so he is weakening the EU, says Robert Schwartz. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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