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    +++ Live updates: UNSC convenes emergency Ukraine meeting +++
    Aug28

    +++ Live updates: UNSC convenes emergency Ukraine meeting +++

    The UN Security Council has begun meeting in New York in response to claims that Russia has invaded Ukraine. NATO says at least 1,000 Russian troops are stationed in the key city of Novoazovsk. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    +++ Live updates: Merkel warns of tougher sanctions against Russia over Ukraine +++
    Aug28

    +++ Live updates: Merkel warns of tougher sanctions against Russia over Ukraine +++

    Germany’s Chancellor warns that Russia could now face tougher sanctions as a result of the escalation of the conflict in eastern Ukraine, where Russian troops have been “deployed.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Schockenhoff urges increased pressure on Moscow
    Aug28

    Schockenhoff urges increased pressure on Moscow

    How best to end the Ukraine conflict? A mix of diplomacy and sanctions, says the deputy head of the Christian Democrats’ parliamentary group, Andreas Schockenhoff – but no military operations. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    +++Live updates: UNSC to meet over Russian presence in Novoazovsk+++
    Aug28

    +++Live updates: UNSC to meet over Russian presence in Novoazovsk+++

    The United Nations Security Council is set to meet over allegations of a Russian military presence in southeastern Ukraine. Follow our live updates for the latest developments. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    +++Live blog: Russian troops reportedly in eastern Ukraine+++
    Aug28

    +++Live blog: Russian troops reportedly in eastern Ukraine+++

    Kyiv has accused Russia of sending troops into Ukraine and seizing control of a key southeastern border town. Follow our live updates for the latest. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine’s president accuses Russia of incursion
    Aug28

    Ukraine’s president accuses Russia of incursion

    Ukraine’s president has accused Russian forces of sending troops into Ukraine. The country’s security and defense council said Russian troops have seized control of a key southeastern border town. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine’s president accuses Russia of invading
    Aug28

    Ukraine’s president accuses Russia of invading

    Ukraine’s president has accused Russian forces of invading Ukraine. The country’s security and defense council said Russian troops have seized control of a key southeastern border town. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    OSCE to hold emergency meeting on Ukraine amid Russian troop reports
    Aug28

    OSCE to hold emergency meeting on Ukraine amid Russian troop reports

    The European security body OSCE has said it will hold a special meeting to discuss developments in war-torn Ukraine. The extraordinary meeting follows reports that Russian troops were on the ground backing the rebels. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Eastern Ukraine fighting spreads a day on from Putin, Poroshenko meeting
    Aug27

    Eastern Ukraine fighting spreads a day on from Putin, Poroshenko meeting

    Ukrainian authorities have made further allegations of Russian incursions into the country’s conflict-ridden east. It comes despite assertions by the Russian and Ukrainian presidents that the fighting needed to end. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Irreconcilable positions in Minsk
    Aug27

    Opinion: Irreconcilable positions in Minsk

    Fighting is bound to continue despite the meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko in Minsk, says DW’s Ingo Mannteufel. But there is still hope, he adds. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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