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    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...

    Almost a thousand dead since Ukraine truce signed: UN
    Nov20

    Almost a thousand dead since Ukraine truce signed: UN

    The death rate in eastern Ukraine has increased in the last month, as the September ceasefire agreement remains shaky, the UN says. A new report says almost 1,000 people have been killed in the past eight weeks. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Steinmeier sees long road to Ukraine calm
    Nov19

    Steinmeier sees long road to Ukraine calm

    German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has said “we remain far away from a de-escalation and even further away from a political solution” in the Ukraine conflict, a day after meeting Vladimir Putin. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    NATO calls on Russia to pull back forces from Ukraine
    Nov18

    NATO calls on Russia to pull back forces from Ukraine

    NATO’s secretary general has urged Moscow to withdraw Russian troops from inside Ukraine and along their shared border. Germany’s foreign minister, meanwhile was holding talks in both Ukraine and Russia. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU foreign ministers seek new Russia strategy
    Nov17

    EU foreign ministers seek new Russia strategy

    The EU isn’t interested in tougher sanctions against Moscow, but in fresh talks – while Kyiv is expected to launch reforms to move the country closer to the European Union. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel warns of wide-spreading consequences of Ukraine conflict
    Nov17

    Merkel warns of wide-spreading consequences of Ukraine conflict

    In a speech following the G20 Summit in Brisbane, German Chancellor Merkel said the Ukraine conflict could have wider ramifications. Russian President Putin defended his country’s actions on German TV. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    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...

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