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    EU to discuss implementation of Russia sanctions
    Sep10

    EU to discuss implementation of Russia sanctions

    European Union ambassadors are set to discuss the implementation of new sanctions against Russia. Already announced, the sanctions were delayed in case the peace negotiations in eastern Ukraine bear fruit. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Dutch report finds MH17 likely shot down by “high-speed objects”
    Sep09

    Dutch report finds MH17 likely shot down by “high-speed objects”

    Investigators in the Netherlands have released a preliminary report on the MH17 airliner crash in east Ukraine. The findings say the airliner was pierced by “high-speed objects,” and cockpit activity “ended abruptly.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Dutch preliminary report finds MH17 ‘pierced by high-speed objects’
    Sep09

    Dutch preliminary report finds MH17 ‘pierced by high-speed objects’

    Investigators from the Netherlands have released a preliminary report on the MH17 airliner crash in east Ukraine. The findings say the airliner was pierced by “high-speed objects,” and cockpit activity “ended abruptly.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Tough decision ahead on status of eastern Ukraine
    Sep09

    Tough decision ahead on status of eastern Ukraine

    The status of the territories of Donetsk and Luhansk will be high on the agenda, should the ceasefire in Ukraine hold. Kyiv wishes to avoid a frozen conflict like the one in Transnistria. A tough discussion is ahead. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Pro-Russian rebels ‘free 1,200 Ukrainian prisoners’ amid EU sanctions delays
    Sep08

    Pro-Russian rebels ‘free 1,200 Ukrainian prisoners’ amid EU sanctions delays

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said 1,200 Ukrainian prisoners taken by pro-Russian separatists have been freed. The signing of new sanctions against Russia by EU governments has meanwhile been delayed. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    ‘Shaky’ truce holds in Ukraine as UN raises death toll
    Sep08

    ‘Shaky’ truce holds in Ukraine as UN raises death toll

    The “shaky” truce between government forces and pro-Russian separatists is largely holding in eastern Ukraine. The United Nations says the death toll in the region has risen above 3,000 if the MH17 victims are included. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    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...

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