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    Opinion: Ukraine strengthens its shift toward Europe
    Oct27

    Opinion: Ukraine strengthens its shift toward Europe

    Pro-European parties have a clear majority in the new Ukrainian parliament, but populists and members of the old guard are also on hand. Nonetheless, a new political moment has emerged, says DW’s Bernd Johann. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukranians look to the future in a new political lansdcape
    Oct26

    Ukranians look to the future in a new political lansdcape

    In the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, people have been casting ballots for a new parliament after a particularly eventful year. Many of the votes were set to go to parties linked with the Maidan pro-EU protests. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Exit polls point towards victory for pro-Western parties in Ukraine
    Oct26

    Exit polls point towards victory for pro-Western parties in Ukraine

    Exit polls indicate parties favoring a pro-Western direction have won the most votes in Ukraine’s parliamentary elections. The biggest share was won by the party of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine’s war raises concern over possible ‘small number of voters’
    Oct26

    Ukraine’s war raises concern over possible ‘small number of voters’

    With huge a huge military presence in parts of the country, Ukraine is holding its first election in wartime. Observer Tana de Zulueta tells DW about the effects this will have on the poll. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine votes in first parliamentary election since pro-EU revolution
    Oct26

    Ukraine votes in first parliamentary election since pro-EU revolution

    Ukrainians are voting in general elections, widely expected to deliver a pro-Western parliamentary majority. The elections will spotlight President Poroshenko’s truce deal with Russian President Putin. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Poroshenko calls for ‘entirely new’ future as Ukraine prepares for vote
    Oct25

    Poroshenko calls for ‘entirely new’ future as Ukraine prepares for vote

    Ukrainians are preparing to go to the polls in snap elections that are expected to dramatically change the make-up of the country’s parliament. Polls put incumbent President Petro Poroshenko’s bloc in the lead. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel calls on Putin to back Ukraine gas solution
    Oct24

    Merkel calls on Putin to back Ukraine gas solution

    Angela Merkel has urged Vladimir Putin to adopt a swift solution to a bitter gas dispute with Ukraine, as winter approaches. Russia and Ukraine are at odds over how to deal with Kyiv’s huge debt. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Doubts arise over HRW cluster bomb report in Ukraine
    Oct23

    Doubts arise over HRW cluster bomb report in Ukraine

    Human Rights Watch (HRW) has accused the Ukrainian military of using cluster bombs in the Donbass region. Kyiv denies the allegations and international observers question the reports. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Report: Ukraine military has used cluster bombs
    Oct21

    Report: Ukraine military has used cluster bombs

    A human rights group has reported the use of cluster bombs by the Ukrainian military during its fight against separatist rebels in the east of the country. Kyiv has denied implementing the weapons, which are illegal. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU to mediate in gas dispute between Ukraine and Russia
    Oct21

    EU to mediate in gas dispute between Ukraine and Russia

    Moscow and Kiev may be approaching a gas deal ahead at key talks in Brussels. German Chancellor Angele Merkel has called on Kyiv to shoulder more responsibility in the dispute. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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