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    Dozens killed in Ukraine port city of Mariupol
    Jan24

    Dozens killed in Ukraine port city of Mariupol

    About 30 people have been killed in the eastern Ukrainian city of Mariupol as fighting escalated to the worst level in months. Pro-Russia separatists had announced they were launching an offensive on the strategic city. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Over a dozen killed in Ukraine shelling attack
    Jan24

    Over a dozen killed in Ukraine shelling attack

    At least 15 people have died after heavy rockets fell on residential areas in the Ukrainian city Mariupol. The bombings come in the wake of a rejection by Russian backed rebels to participate in peace talks. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    At least 10 killed in Ukraine shelling attack
    Jan24

    At least 10 killed in Ukraine shelling attack

    At least 10 people have died after heavy rockets fell on residential areas in the Ukrainian city Mariupol. The bombings come in the wake of a rejection by Russian backed rebels to participate in peace talks. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Kyiv says rebels are launching a new Ukraine offensive
    Jan23

    Kyiv says rebels are launching a new Ukraine offensive

    Kyiv has accused pro-Russian separatists of launching a massive new offensive in eastern Ukraine. This comes as the rebels cement their hold on a long-disputed airport ceded by Ukrainian troops after a long defense. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Berlin cajoles Moscow with trade incentives: report
    Jan23

    Berlin cajoles Moscow with trade incentives: report

    German Chancellor Merkel has offered Moscow possible trade cooperation deals if a resolution to the conflict in Ukraine is found, a German paper has said. The report comes amid an upsurge in clashes in Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: At least they’re still talking
    Jan22

    Opinion: At least they’re still talking

    Steps toward de-escalation should be taken in eastern Ukraine – that is all that four-way talks in Berlin came up with. An urgently needed move, says DW’s Bernd Johann and points to fresh tensions in Donetsk. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine, Russia agree on demarcation line for heavy artillery pull-back
    Jan22

    Ukraine, Russia agree on demarcation line for heavy artillery pull-back

    High-level talks in Berlin have yielded progress toward a ceasefire in Ukraine. Representatives from Kyiv and Moscow have to pull back heavy arms from the front lines in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Poroshenko condemns Russian ‘terror’ in Davos speech
    Jan21

    Poroshenko condemns Russian ‘terror’ in Davos speech

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has condemned ‘Russian terror’ in a speech at the Davos World Economic Forum. He claimed that Russian military forces were in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Deadly clashes rock Ukraine ahead of high-stakes peace talks
    Jan21

    Deadly clashes rock Ukraine ahead of high-stakes peace talks

    Renewed clashes in eastern Ukraine have led to at least five civilian deaths. Kyiv has accused Russia’s military of direct involvement in the region. A meeting in Berlin will seek to calm tensions. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Donetsk airport: Strategic rubble of high symbolic value
    Jan20

    Donetsk airport: Strategic rubble of high symbolic value

    Donetsk airport is the most fiercely embattled area in eastern Ukraine. Pro-Russian separatists have been trying to seize what is believed to be the key to the city since April 2014. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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