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    Russia aid convoy parked near Ukraine border
    Aug15

    Russia aid convoy parked near Ukraine border

    A Russian aid convoy approaching from the north has stopped just short of the border with Ukraine. Meanwhile, there are reports that a separate military convoy has entered Ukrainian territory. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Serbian mercenaries fighting in eastern Ukraine
    Aug14

    Serbian mercenaries fighting in eastern Ukraine

    Serbian fighters fight side by side with pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine. According to Belgrade, they’re not the only ones active in Ukraine, either. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Crimea’s rocky path to Russia
    Aug14

    Crimea’s rocky path to Russia

    As Russian President Putin holds meetings in Crimea, a yearning is palpable among people there. A yearning for a time when many believe life was better. People want Russia to restore that past, but it’s not an easy path. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Donetsk shelled as Russia convoy approaches Ukraine border
    Aug14

    Donetsk shelled as Russia convoy approaches Ukraine border

    Artillery fire is reported to have hit near the center of the rebel-held eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk for the first time in the current fighting. Meanwhile, a Russian convoy approached the Ukrainian border. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russian aid convoy rolls on towards eastern Ukraine
    Aug14

    Russian aid convoy rolls on towards eastern Ukraine

    A Russian aid convoy is reported to be on the move towards the Ukrainian border after it had been parked overnight. Ukraine has expressed fears that Moscow could be using the aid convoy as a pretext for an invasion. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia aid convoy stalled amid Ukrainian skepticism
    Aug13

    Russia aid convoy stalled amid Ukrainian skepticism

    An aid convoy comprising some 260 Russian trucks on its way to rebel-held eastern Ukraine remains at a standstill in southwestern Russia. Moscow has rejected Ukrainian skepticism about the vehicles’ contents as “absurd.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Russia’s deceptive game with Ukraine’s woes
    Aug13

    Opinion: Russia’s deceptive game with Ukraine’s woes

    Ukraine has good reasons why it won’t allow a Russian aid convoy into the country. Moscow appears to refuse cooperation even on humanitarian issues, DW’s Bernd Johann says. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine’s Avakov insists Russian convoy won’t be allowed in
    Aug13

    Ukraine’s Avakov insists Russian convoy won’t be allowed in

    Ukraine’s interior minister, Arsen Avakov, has said again that a Russian aid convoy en route to Ukraine will not be allowed in. There are concerns that the 280 trucks could be used as a cover to invade Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Kyiv puts brakes on Russian aid convoy
    Aug12

    Kyiv puts brakes on Russian aid convoy

    A Russian convoy carrying aid has left for Ukraine, where it is to work with the Red Cross. However, the organization says it has not yet approved the operation, raising fears among Western leaders over Russia’s motives. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russian aid convoy departs for war-torn eastern Ukraine
    Aug12

    Russian aid convoy departs for war-torn eastern Ukraine

    A Russian convoy has begun its journey to eastern Ukraine, where it will deliver humanitarian aid to the war-torn eastern region. Ukraine has welcomed the help, but Western leaders remain wary of ulterior motives. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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