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    Opinion: No simple solutions
    Feb03

    Opinion: No simple solutions

    The US is debating whether Washington should supply Ukraine with weapons to help Kyiv fight the separatists. But this would only trigger an arms race in Russia, says DW’s Miodrag Soric. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    UN raises Ukraine death toll, condemns civilian casualties
    Feb03

    UN raises Ukraine death toll, condemns civilian casualties

    Fighting in eastern Ukraine has killed more than 5,350, the UN has said. At least 224 civilians have died in the past three weeks alone. Moscow has called for direct talks between Kyiv and rebels. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    US official plays down prospect of arming Ukraine
    Feb03

    US official plays down prospect of arming Ukraine

    After reports that the United States was planning to send weaponry to Ukraine’s military, a White House advisor has played down the prospect – albeit without dismissing it entirely. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    US Weapons to Ukraine: Can the law protect in war?
    Feb02

    US Weapons to Ukraine: Can the law protect in war?

    Heavy fighting in eastern Ukraine and the escalating humanitarian crisis has prompted the US administration to review whether it should supply “lethal assistance” to Kyiv in addition to non-lethal aid. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel stresses need for open society at meeting with Hungary’s Orban
    Feb02

    Merkel stresses need for open society at meeting with Hungary’s Orban

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has emphasized the importance of civil liberties and an opposition at a meeting with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban. The two leaders also discussed the conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Fighting in eastern Ukraine kills five soldiers
    Feb02

    Fighting in eastern Ukraine kills five soldiers

    Fighting continued Monday around a strategic railway hub in eastern Ukraine. Around 15 civilians died over the weekend in fighting between pro-Russian rebels and Kyiv’s forces. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Fresh peace talks in Minsk as fighting rages in eastern Ukraine
    Jan31

    Fresh peace talks in Minsk as fighting rages in eastern Ukraine

    Mediators have arrived in Minsk for new talks aimed at reaching a lasting truce in the Ukraine conflict. The push for peace comes as Kyiv suffered one of its worst troop losses of the entire conflict. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Fighting rages in eastern Ukraine as Minsk peace talks are called off
    Jan30

    Fighting rages in eastern Ukraine as Minsk peace talks are called off

    Casualties have continued to mount in fighting between pro-Russia separatists and government troops in eastern Ukraine. Meanwhile, the rebels have said that peace talks due be held in Minsk have been called off. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU foreign ministers agree to extend Russia sanctions over Ukraine
    Jan29

    EU foreign ministers agree to extend Russia sanctions over Ukraine

    European Union foreign ministers meeting in Brussels have agreed to impose new sanctions over Russia’s alleged involvement in the Ukraine conflict. This will see an already existing “blacklist” of individuals expanded. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine contact group to meet, EU considers tougher sanctions
    Jan29

    Ukraine contact group to meet, EU considers tougher sanctions

    The contact group seeking to bring an end to the fighting in Ukraine has agreed to hold a fresh round of talks. Meanwhile, EU foreign ministers were discussing whether to expand sanctions against Russia. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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