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Deutsche Welle is the International public broadcaster that was founded in
1953. Its headquater is in Bonn (Berlin), Germany. Ukrainian editorship was
found in 2000 and cooperates with Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in
Ukraine. Deutsche Welle has the website www.dwelle.de with over 30 languages,
with Ukarainian version. The owner of Deutsche Welle is ARD that is Public
broadcasting.

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    Ukraine approves special status for rebel-held east
    Sep16

    Ukraine approves special status for rebel-held east

    The Ukrainian parliament has approved measures that will give the eastern regions of Donetsk and Luhansk limited self-rule and grant amnesty to many pro-Russian separatists. The law also calls for local elections. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine to ratify EU Association Agreement
    Sep16

    Ukraine to ratify EU Association Agreement

    The Ukrainian parliament is set to ratify an association agreement with the EU, creating closer ties between Ukraine and the bloc. Ukraine has also drafted measures to increase autonomy for disputed eastern territories. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Brok: Transitional implementation for EU-Ukraine agreement
    Sep16

    Brok: Transitional implementation for EU-Ukraine agreement

    Elmar Brok, the German chairman of the European Parliament’s Committee on Foreign Affairs, explains the implementation process for the association agreement between the EU and Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia, West delay key element of EU-Ukraine trade deal
    Sep16

    Russia, West delay key element of EU-Ukraine trade deal

    Ukraine’s deputy foreign minister has resigned in protest after the delay of a key part of an upcoming EU-Ukraine Association Agreement, due to be ratified on Tuesday. So why is the deal so controversial? …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia, West postpone key element of EU-Ukraine association agreement
    Sep15

    Russia, West postpone key element of EU-Ukraine association agreement

    Ukraine’s Deputy Foreign Minister resigned in protest after a key part of an upcoming EU-Ukraine association agreement was delayed. So why is the deal so controversial? …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine forces and rebels swap blame as clashes threaten ceasefire
    Sep14

    Ukraine forces and rebels swap blame as clashes threaten ceasefire

    There has been renewed fighting around the Donetsk airport in eastern Ukraine. The clashes threaten to undermine a fragile truce and come after Ukraine’s prime minister accused Moscow of trying to take over his country. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Brussels yields to Moscow
    Sep13

    Opinion: Brussels yields to Moscow

    The Association Agreement between the EU and Ukraine will enter into force only at the end of 2015, in response to pressure from Russia. This puts Ukraine’s future with the EU into question, writes DW’s Bernd Johann. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Brussels bends to Moscow
    Sep13

    Opinion: Brussels bends to Moscow

    The Association Agreement between the EU and Ukraine will enter into force only at the end of 2015, in response to pressure from Russia. This puts Ukraine’s future with the EU into question, writes DW’s Bernd Johann. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Second Russian convoy enters eastern Ukraine
    Sep13

    Second Russian convoy enters eastern Ukraine

    A second Russian convoy of humanitarian aid has rolled into eastern Ukraine. The country’s prime minister, meanwhile, has accused Moscow of seeking to ‘eliminate’ Ukraine as an independent country. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Yatsenyuk accuses Putin of aiming to ‘eliminate’ Ukraine
    Sep13

    Yatsenyuk accuses Putin of aiming to ‘eliminate’ Ukraine

    Ukraine’s prime minister has accused Russia of seeking to wipe out Ukraine as an independent country. This comes amid reports that a second Russian aid convoy has crossed the border. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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