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    Swiss aid worker killed as fighting in Donetsk intensifies
    Oct02

    Swiss aid worker killed as fighting in Donetsk intensifies

    A Swiss Red Cross worker has been killed in Donetsk, in the first shelling reported in the eastern Ukrainian city since Moscow and Kyiv agreed to a ceasefire early in September. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Muted hopes for upcoming Ukraine election
    Oct02

    Muted hopes for upcoming Ukraine election

    After protests that forced a change in leadership in Ukraine, the country is poised to vote in a parliamentary ballot this month. Its result is being tipped as a foregone conclusion in favor of the president’s party. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Rebels shell east Ukraine school
    Oct01

    Rebels shell east Ukraine school

    Officials and witnesses in Donetsk have reported at least 10 deaths after a school and nearby street was shelled. Rebels also appear to have closed in on Donetsk airport. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU’s Russia sanctions over Ukraine to remain in place
    Sep30

    EU’s Russia sanctions over Ukraine to remain in place

    EU diplomats have decided to keep in place a tough package of sanctions against Russia, over its actions in eastern Ukraine and support of rebels there. A peace plan had not yet been fully implemented, they said. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Deaths reported as violence flares up in eastern Ukraine despite truce
    Sep29

    Deaths reported as violence flares up in eastern Ukraine despite truce

    Several people have been reported killed in eastern Ukraine as violence flared despite a fragile ceasefire. The fighting has centered on the area around the government-held Donetsk airport. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Poroshenko moves forward with peace, saying worst is over
    Sep25

    Poroshenko moves forward with peace, saying worst is over

    The most dangerous time for the conflict in eastern Ukraine appears to be over, according to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. The country, he says, now stands ready to move forward and apply to join the EU. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Lawlessness in eastern Ukraine
    Sep23

    Lawlessness in eastern Ukraine

    People are living in fear in the areas of eastern Ukraine under pro-Russian separatist control. Human rights activists have sounded the alarm amid reports of widespread physical abuse and arbitrary punishment. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine rebels begin withdrawing heavy artillery under peace deal
    Sep23

    Ukraine rebels begin withdrawing heavy artillery under peace deal

    Pro-Russia rebels in eastern Ukraine say they have started pulling back heavy artillery from the frontline. The step aims to establish a buffer zone agreed under a new truce deal. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Eastern Europe expert: Ukraine faces a frozen conflict
    Sep22

    Eastern Europe expert: Ukraine faces a frozen conflict

    Ukrainian government troops and pro-Russia separatists have created a buffer zone as part of a ceasefire agreement. Expert Joerg Forbrig tells DW that Kyiv now faces an unresolved, frozen conflict in its eastern region. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine troops prepare withdrawal amid holding ceasefire
    Sep22

    Ukraine troops prepare withdrawal amid holding ceasefire

    Ukrainian officials say government troops are preparing to pull out artillery and heavy armored vehicles from an agreed buffer zone. This comes as a fragile truce imposed on September 5 appears to be holding. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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