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    Anti-war protesters march through Moscow
    Sep21

    Anti-war protesters march through Moscow

    Thousands of demonstrators have marched through the Russian capital of Moscow to protest Russia’s reported participation in the Ukraine conflict. Fighting in Donetsk has died down following heavy overnight gunfire. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opposition calls protests, but Russian public opinion largely pro-Putin
    Sep20

    Opposition calls protests, but Russian public opinion largely pro-Putin

    For the first time in six months, opposition activists in Russia have called on people to join peace marches against Moscow’s Ukraine policies and its propaganda machine. But there is little appetite for protest. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Top NATO commander says Ukraine ceasefire is ‘in name only’
    Sep20

    Top NATO commander says Ukraine ceasefire is ‘in name only’

    NATO’s top military commander has called the truce between Ukraine’s military and pro-Russia separatists a ‘ceasefire in name only’. US General Philip Breedlove said Russian forces were still operating inside Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Pressure on ‘buffer area’ amid Donetsk explosions and third Russian convoy
    Sep20

    Pressure on ‘buffer area’ amid Donetsk explosions and third Russian convoy

    Despite preparations for the newly-agreed ‘buffer area,’ Russia appears to be straining new peace plans after sending a third convoy to the Ukraine border. Explosions also continue to be heard around rebel-held Donetsk. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Call for peace marches in Russia
    Sep19

    Call for peace marches in Russia

    For the first time in six months, opposition groups in Russia want to demonstrate against the Kremlin’s Ukraine policies and Moscow’s propaganda machine. Observers on the ground look at the potential for protest. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Kharkiv prepares for possible Russian invasion despite ceasefire
    Sep18

    Kharkiv prepares for possible Russian invasion despite ceasefire

    The northeastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv prepares for a possible invasion of pro-Russian separatists despite the ceasefire in the neighboring Luhansk and Donetsk region. That includes fortifying the border with Russia. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Fighting in Donetsk as eastern Ukraine granted more autonomy
    Sep17

    Fighting in Donetsk as eastern Ukraine granted more autonomy

    Deadly fighting has broken out in the pro-Russian rebel-held city of Donetsk. It is the first serious violence since lawmakers in Kyiv voted to allow self-rule in Ukraine’s restive east as part of a broader peace plan. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Russia is always present
    Sep16

    Opinion: Russia is always present

    The EU-Ukraine Association Agreement challenges Russia. Brussels and Kyiv must now summon a great deal of sensitivity, says DW’s Christoph Hasselbach. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Donbass to get ‘very limited self-rule’
    Sep16

    Donbass to get ‘very limited self-rule’

    The parliament in Kyiv has adopted legislation giving the Donbass region in eastern Ukraine limited self-rule. DW asked political analyst Arkady Moshes to explain. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine and EU ratify association agreement
    Sep16

    Ukraine and EU ratify association agreement

    The Ukrainian parliament has ratified an association agreement with the EU, creating closer ties between Ukraine and the bloc. Implementation of the new deal will likely take some time. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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