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    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...

    Russia warns Bosnia and Herzegovina against sending ammunition to Ukraine
    Jan29

    Russia warns Bosnia and Herzegovina against sending ammunition to Ukraine

    Moscow has condemned the plans of Sarajevo to ship small arms ammunition to Ukraine, warning that it would lead to “senseless” deaths. Two Bosnian companies have already agreed on the sale worth millions of dollars. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU to call for expanded Russian sanctions
    Jan28

    EU to call for expanded Russian sanctions

    EU sanctions against Russia are to remain in place until December and expand in scope, according to a draft statement from EU foreign ministers obtained by reporters. This comes as violence in eastern Ukraine increases. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Obama and Merkel ‘concerned’ over increased Ukraine violence
    Jan28

    Obama and Merkel ‘concerned’ over increased Ukraine violence

    US President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have spoken about their concern over a “significant increase in violence” in eastern Ukraine. Separatists have recently launched a series of new offensives. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU threatens new Russia sanctions over rebel support in Ukraine
    Jan27

    EU threatens new Russia sanctions over rebel support in Ukraine

    EU leaders are threatening new sanctions against Russia for its “growing support” for pro-Moscow rebels in Ukraine. The final decision about whether to impose them will be made at a summit next month. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Putin says ‘foreign legion’ in Ukraine, NATO says ‘nonsense’
    Jan26

    Putin says ‘foreign legion’ in Ukraine, NATO says ‘nonsense’

    The chief of NATO has labeled Russian President Putin’s allegation of a NATO legion in Ukraine as “nonsense.” The government in Kyiv has placed all Ukrainian territory on high alert amid the worst fighting in months. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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