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    “Nuclear accident” in southeast Ukraine, PM Yatsenyuk says
    Dec03

    “Nuclear accident” in southeast Ukraine, PM Yatsenyuk says

    A nuclear accident has occurred in Ukraine’s southeast, according to a statement from the office of Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk. Further details are not known. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine parliament approves Yatsenyuk’s new government
    Dec03

    Ukraine parliament approves Yatsenyuk’s new government

    Amid an ongoing armed conflict with pro-Russian separatists in the eastern Ukraine, Kyiv has approved a new government. Prime Minister Yatsenyuk’s cabinet faces great challenges. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Kyiv and separatists agree to Luhansk ceasefire, says OSCE
    Dec02

    Kyiv and separatists agree to Luhansk ceasefire, says OSCE

    The European security watchdog, the OSCE, says Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels have agreed ‘in principle’ on a ceasefire in the Luhansk region. A months-old ceasefire has been frequently broken. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    New Ukrainian parliament: Fresh start or off on the wrong foot?
    Nov27

    New Ukrainian parliament: Fresh start or off on the wrong foot?

    Forming a coalition took longer than expected. Now, critics warn that Ukraine could once again be consumed by political discord. The atmosphere leading up to the first session of the new parliament was bleak. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine parliament convenes for first time
    Nov27

    Ukraine parliament convenes for first time

    Following a resounding victory for pro-Western parties in October, Ukraine’s new parliament has convened for the first time. It is set to select a prime minister and speaker. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    NATO military chief Breedlove warns of Russian incursion
    Nov26

    NATO military chief Breedlove warns of Russian incursion

    US General Philip Breedlove, NATO’s top military chief has warned that Russia still has enough troops on Ukraine’s border to carry out an incursion across the region. Moscow has also deployed 14 military jets to Crimea. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    France postpones warship delivery to Russia “until further notice”
    Nov25

    France postpones warship delivery to Russia “until further notice”

    French President Francois Hollande has delayed the controversial delivery of a warship to Russia “until further notice.” The decison comes as a result of the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov accuses West of meddling
    Nov22

    Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov accuses West of meddling

    The Russian foreign minister has spoken out against the West saying it is seeking a regime change in Moscow. The conflict in eastern Ukraine continues to claim lives amid allegations of Russia deploying more troops. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    President heckled as Ukraine marks ‘Euromaidan’ anniversary
    Nov21

    President heckled as Ukraine marks ‘Euromaidan’ anniversary

    Ukrainians have gathered Kyiv to mark the anniversary of the start of protests that toppled the country’s Kremlin-friendly president. Meanwhile, five pro-Western parties have agreed to form a coalition government. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Revolution of dignity in Ukraine
    Nov21

    Opinion: Revolution of dignity in Ukraine

    The Ukrainians defeated an autocratic regime. They chose democracy and want a constitutional state. But DW’s Bernd Johann warns that this new departure could be blocked by homegrown oligarchs and by Moscow. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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