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    New sanctions against Russia?
    Sep08

    New sanctions against Russia?

    The European Union is set to decide whether or not to impose fresh sanctions against Russia after deadly fighting resumed in Ukraine over the weekend despite a ceasefire agreement. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine truce under threat as blasts reported in flashpoint cities
    Sep07

    Ukraine truce under threat as blasts reported in flashpoint cities

    Explosions near two cities in eastern Ukraine have raised fears a truce between separatists and government forces may collapse. The presidents of Ukraine and Russia had earlier said the ceasefire was largely holding. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Historical parallels problematic with Ukraine
    Sep07

    Opinion: Historical parallels problematic with Ukraine

    The Ukraine crisis has provoked plenty of historical comparisons. Will there be another war in Europe, as in 1914? Or is it more like 1939? In this case, history is only partly helpful, says DW’s Christian F. Trippe. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Ceasefire in Ukraine – the war isn’t over
    Sep05

    Opinion: Ceasefire in Ukraine – the war isn’t over

    There’s a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine. But that doesn’t mean peace, as long as Russia continues to want to alter the borders, says DW’s Bernd Johann. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ceasefire takes hold in eastern Ukraine
    Sep05

    Ceasefire takes hold in eastern Ukraine

    The ceasefire between government and pro-Russian separatist forces has taken hold in eastern Ukraine. Western leaders have expressed skepticism that the temporary truce will lead to a long-term peace plan. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    NATO to decide on new rapid reaction force
    Sep05

    NATO to decide on new rapid reaction force

    The final day of the NATO summit in Wales has opened with all eyes on Ukraine. Leaders are expected to back plans to establish a rapid reaction force near Russia’s border to deter Moscow from provocations in the region. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    NATO to decide on new rapid response force
    Sep05

    NATO to decide on new rapid response force

    The final day of the NATO summit in Wales has opened with all eyes on Ukraine. Leaders are expected to back plans to establish a rapid response force near Russia’s border to deter Moscow from provocations in the region. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Renewed shelling heard in Ukraine ahead of truce talks
    Sep05

    Renewed shelling heard in Ukraine ahead of truce talks

    Shelling has been reported on the outskirts of the Ukrainian port city Mariupol, hours ahead of ceasefire talks in Minsk. The talks are set to involve representatives from the separatist movement, Moscow and Kyiv. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia bans Ukraine candy imports
    Sep05

    Russia bans Ukraine candy imports

    Russia has added to its wide boycott of some food imports by banning Ukrainian candy. It comes as three high-level meetings across Europe focus on the Ukraine crisis on Friday, including peace talks in Minsk. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko optimistic on Minsk talks, NATO members mull more sanctions
    Sep05

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko optimistic on Minsk talks, NATO members mull more sanctions

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has expressed some limited optimism about a possible ceasefire ahead of talks with separatists. Meanwhile, NATO leaders condemned Russia – and are considering further sanctions. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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