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    Pressure high on Russia following Ukraine ceasefire deal
    Feb13

    Pressure high on Russia following Ukraine ceasefire deal

    The EU has decided to hold on to sanctions against Russia until they’re sure that Moscow will keep its end of the bargain in Ukraine. The ceasefire between Kyiv and pro-Russian rebels is to go into effect on Sunday. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Minsk agreement on Ukraine – US reactions
    Feb13

    Minsk agreement on Ukraine – US reactions

    Amid a growing debate over arming Ukraine, US expectations of the Minsk talks were rock-bottom. That they didn’t fail outright is seen as a positive – but deep skepticism remains. Richard Walker reports from Washington. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU leaders warn of further sanctions, if Ukraine deal breached
    Feb13

    EU leaders warn of further sanctions, if Ukraine deal breached

    The leaders of Germany and France have said that more sanctions could be brought against Russia if a new Ukraine ceasefire fails. A deal aimed at ending the bloodshed in eastern Ukraine was reached on Thursday. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    World leaders cautiously welcome new Ukraine peace deal
    Feb12

    World leaders cautiously welcome new Ukraine peace deal

    World leaders have reacted with caution to the news of an agreement reached in Minsk aimed at ending the bloodshed in Ukraine. There will be no lifting of Western sanctions on Russia – at least not for now. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Minsk II leaves many questions unanswered
    Feb12

    Opinion: Minsk II leaves many questions unanswered

    The Ukraine summit has produced a ceasefire deal. But the agreement leaves many open questions. There is every reason to be skeptical whether the killing in eastern Ukraine will really cease, says Ingo Mannteufel. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Relief, skepticism in Brussels following Ukraine ceasefire deal
    Feb12

    Relief, skepticism in Brussels following Ukraine ceasefire deal

    An agreement meant to end the fighting in eastern Ukraine has been met with relief but also skepticism in Brussels. As an EU summit opened, the bloc’s leaders were not expected to discuss new sanctions on Russia. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine peace talks end, ceasefire to begin Sunday
    Feb12

    Ukraine peace talks end, ceasefire to begin Sunday

    Leaders of the Ukraine contact group have announced a ceasefire between rebels and the government in Kyiv. Meanwhile, around 50 tanks entered Ukraine from Russia while the talks were going on, Ukraine’s army said. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    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...

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