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    Kyiv: 32 tanks enter Ukraine from Russia
    Nov07

    Kyiv: 32 tanks enter Ukraine from Russia

    Ukraine’s military claims a column of 32 tanks has entered eastern Ukraine. That claim has been denied, however, by a Russian defense ministry spokesman, according to the Russian news agency Interfax. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine readies for attacks in east
    Nov04

    Ukraine readies for attacks in east

    Amid a crumbling peace plan in Ukraine, NATO has reported Russian troop movement near the Ukrainian border. Meanwhile, Kyiv has vowed to protect eastern cities from the rebels trying to exert power over the region. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    NATO: Russian troops moving toward border with Ukraine
    Nov04

    NATO: Russian troops moving toward border with Ukraine

    Amid a crumbling peace plan in Ukraine, NATO has reported Russian troop movement near the Ukrainian border. Meanwhile, Kyiv has vowed to protect eastern cities from the rebels trying to exert power over the region. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Rebel leader sworn in after contested east Ukraine poll
    Nov04

    Rebel leader sworn in after contested east Ukraine poll

    The leader of a group of separatists in eastern Ukraine has been sworn in as the head of the self-declared Donetsk People’s Republic. The UN has called the region’s election “unfortunate and counterproductive.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    White House condemns ‘sham’ vote in Ukraine’s east
    Nov04

    White House condemns ‘sham’ vote in Ukraine’s east

    The US has labeled weekend ballots in separatist-held Ukrainian regions of Donetsk and Luhansk as “illegitimate, so-called ‘elections’.” Washington urged Moscow, which has recognized the votes, to reconsider its stance. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine to ‘re-examine’ strategy for dealing with the rebels
    Nov03

    Ukraine to ‘re-examine’ strategy for dealing with the rebels

    Ukraine will reconsider its commitments to a truce after controversial elections on the east, its president has announced. The government in Kyiv has also warned of more Russian troops crossing the border. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine rebels confident in vote’s legitimacy
    Nov03

    Ukraine rebels confident in vote’s legitimacy

    Despite critical comments from Kyiv and beyond, eastern Ukrainian rebel leaders explain why Sunday’s polls represent a boost to their campaign for independence from the rest of Ukraine. Kitty Logan reports from Donetsk. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Germany, EU reject rebel polls in eastern Ukraine
    Nov03

    Germany, EU reject rebel polls in eastern Ukraine

    Germany has criticized Moscow for recognizing the results of the elections in rebel-held eastern Ukraine. Russia has said the polls amount to a “mandate” for the separatist leaders to negotiate with Kyiv. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia supports, EU condemns east Ukraine rebel polls
    Nov03

    Russia supports, EU condemns east Ukraine rebel polls

    Regions of eastern Ukraine controlled by pro-Russia rebels have gone to the polls to elect their leaders. The results, which have been recognized by Russia but rejected by the EU, were never in doubt. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Election deception in eastern Ukraine
    Nov03

    Opinion: Election deception in eastern Ukraine

    Separatists in eastern Ukraine staged a farce with Sunday’s disputed elections, with citizens lacking any real choice at the ballot box. The Minsk peace talks have been rendered null and void, says DW’s Bernd Johann. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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