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    IMF: Ukraine to get $40 billion bailout
    Feb12

    IMF: Ukraine to get $40 billion bailout

    As political leaders try to reach a peace deal for eastern Ukraine the International Monetary Fund has unveiled a new bailout package for Kyiv. The battle with the separatists has left Ukraine on the brink of bankruptcy. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    IMF: Ukraine to get 40 billion dollar bailout
    Feb12

    IMF: Ukraine to get 40 billion dollar bailout

    As political leaders try to reach a peace deal for eastern Ukraine the International Monetary Fund has unveiled a new bailout package for Kyiv. The battle with the separatists has left Ukraine on the brink of bankruptcy. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Leaders grapple over Ukraine deal behind closed doors in Minsk
    Feb12

    Leaders grapple over Ukraine deal behind closed doors in Minsk

    Peace negotiations in Minsk are continuing into the early hours of Thursday. The German, French, Russian and Ukrainian leaders have moved their talks to a private session among themselves, away from diplomats. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Leaders arrive for Minsk peace talks as bloody conflict rages on in Ukraine
    Feb11

    Leaders arrive for Minsk peace talks as bloody conflict rages on in Ukraine

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Russian President Vladimir Putin and their French and Ukrainian counterparts have arrived for talks in Minsk. Fighting has continued in Ukraine on one of the bloodiest days in 10 months. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Poroshenko: Martial law possible if conflict escalates
    Feb11

    Poroshenko: Martial law possible if conflict escalates

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said he would not rule out introducing martial law throughout the country if diplomacy fails. The announcement comes amid further casualties and ahead of peace talks in Minsk. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Fighting rages in eastern Ukraine ahead of Minsk talks
    Feb11

    Fighting rages in eastern Ukraine ahead of Minsk talks

    At least 24 people have been killed in the most recent episode of fighting in eastern Ukraine. The violence has occurred barely hours before world leaders were to gather in Minsk to discuss a peace deal. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Minsk meeting may seal Ukraine’s fate
    Feb10

    Minsk meeting may seal Ukraine’s fate

    The Belarusian capital Minsk is to be the site of key decisions in the Ukraine conflict. President Alexander Lukashenko appears neutral, but appearances are not always what they are stacked up to be. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine crisis – are the British backing down?
    Feb09

    Ukraine crisis – are the British backing down?

    The Iraq war, the Middle East talks, the Iran nuclear negotiations: the UK was always a major player on the foreign policy stage. But on the Ukraine crisis, London seems content to leave things to Paris and Berlin. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU delays further sanctions against Russia
    Feb09

    EU delays further sanctions against Russia

    EU foreign ministers are delaying imposing new sanctions on Russia in order to give a planned peace summit on the Ukraine crisis a chance. But that doesn’t mean sanctions won’t go ahead. Bernd Riegert from Brussels. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    With Ukraine, Europe is ‘entering a more dangerous period,’ analyst says
    Feb09

    With Ukraine, Europe is ‘entering a more dangerous period,’ analyst says

    As diplomatic efforts continue to end the conflict in Ukraine, German analyst Michael Brzoska warns that conflicts are inching closer to the West. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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