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    After the G20 summit, Europe moves on the Ukraine crisis
    Nov16

    After the G20 summit, Europe moves on the Ukraine crisis

    Critical words from Western leaders don’t seem to have bothered Vladimir Putin. Following the G20 summit in Brisbane, heseems content to continue the confrontation. Europe, meanwhile, is repositioning. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: West should avoid being forced into new Cold War
    Nov16

    Opinion: West should avoid being forced into new Cold War

    The G20 summit in Brisbane will not bring a solution to the conflict in Ukraine or improve relations with Russia. The West needs insight and a new strategy, according to DW’s Ingo Mannteufel. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Kyiv orders pullout of state services from eastern Ukraine
    Nov15

    Kyiv orders pullout of state services from eastern Ukraine

    Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko has decreed that an end to the provision of all state services in rebel-held territories of eastern Ukraine. His order covers schools, hospitals, courts, prisons and benefits payments. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine crisis may force Putin’s early exit from G20
    Nov15

    Ukraine crisis may force Putin’s early exit from G20

    Facing immense criticism over the crisis in eastern Ukraine, sources close to Russian President Vladimir Putin say he will cut short his visit to Australia, where world leaders are meeting for a G20 summit. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU parliament ratifies deal with Moldova
    Nov13

    EU parliament ratifies deal with Moldova

    The European Parliament has defied a past Russian warning and ratified closer EU ties with Moldova. Russia has tighted trade with the small, ex-Soviet republic bordering Ukraine since the EU signaled inclusion in June. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine soldiers prepare for possible ‘rebel offensive’
    Nov12

    Ukraine soldiers prepare for possible ‘rebel offensive’

    Ukraine’s defense minister says government military forces are preparing for a possible new offensive by separatists in the country’s east. It comes as international observers report spotting weapons convoys on the move. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia snubs UN support for EU troops in Bosnia amid Ukraine crisis
    Nov12

    Russia snubs UN support for EU troops in Bosnia amid Ukraine crisis

    The UN Security Council has voted to extend the EURFOR military mission in Bosnia. Russia abstained from voting to extend the EU peacekeeping force, saying European influence should not be imposed on the country. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel rules out more economic sanctions against Russia
    Nov11

    Merkel rules out more economic sanctions against Russia

    The German Chancellor has nixed new economic sanctions against Russia ahead of an EU meeting next week, where Moscow will top the agenda amid a fighting flare-up in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Mogherini: More Russia sanctions ‘on the table’
    Nov11

    Mogherini: More Russia sanctions ‘on the table’

    The EU’s top diplomat says increasing sanctions against Russia will be on the agenda when EU foreign ministers meet next week. Moscow faces fresh accusations of aiding rebels amid a fighting flare-up in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine’s ‘political prisoner’ facing possible show trial in Russia
    Nov11

    Ukraine’s ‘political prisoner’ facing possible show trial in Russia

    At home in Ukraine, she has been hailed as a hero and elected to parliament. In Russia, the soldier is being threatened with life in prison. The fate of Nadezhda Savchenko is being exploited by both sides. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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