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    Prisoners break out of jail in aftermath of eastern Ukraine shelling
    Aug11

    Prisoners break out of jail in aftermath of eastern Ukraine shelling

    More than 100 inmates at a high security prison in eastern Ukraine escaped after the jail was hit by shelling. Ukrainian forces say they are preparing for a final push to take the city from pro-Russia separatists. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Bombardment continues in Ukraine, no truce in sight
    Aug10

    Bombardment continues in Ukraine, no truce in sight

    There’s been heavy shelling in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, one day after a separatist leader proposed a ceasefire to avoid a “humanitarian catastrophe.” Government forces are tightening their grip on the city. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russian ‘ploy’ averted, says Ukraine
    Aug09

    Russian ‘ploy’ averted, says Ukraine

    Ukraine says diplomacy has stopped a bid by Russia to send a “huge convoy” across the border disguised as a humanitarian mission. Rebels and Ukrainian troops have clashed again near Luhansk. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Diplomacy on hold in Ukraine?
    Aug09

    Diplomacy on hold in Ukraine?

    Political solutions in Ukraine don’t seem to be in the cards. As plans for international peace talks falter, Ukraine appears to be backing a purely military resolution of the conflict in its east. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Rasmussen pledges NATO support for Ukraine
    Aug08

    Rasmussen pledges NATO support for Ukraine

    NATO is ready to provide Ukraine with support as the country faces growing military aggression from Russia, the alliance’s leader has said. Kyiv has grown concerned over the build up of Russian forces near the border. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Fatalities as Ukraine tightens squeeze on Donetsk rebels
    Aug07

    Fatalities as Ukraine tightens squeeze on Donetsk rebels

    Fighting in the pro-Russian stronghold of Donetsk has led to several deaths, including one in the shelling of a hospital. NATO’s secretary general has arrived in Ukraine amid growing fears over a Russian troop build-up. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Team suspends search for MH17 remains in Ukraine
    Aug07

    Team suspends search for MH17 remains in Ukraine

    The international team searching for the remains of MH17 victims has temporarily suspended activities as fighting rages on in eastern Ukraine. Meanwhile, NATO has warned of Russian military activity near the border. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    UNHCR on ‘huge displacement’ of Ukrainians
    Aug06

    UNHCR on ‘huge displacement’ of Ukrainians

    There has been a massive movement of people within Ukraine and from eastern Ukraine to Russia over the past weeks as the crisis in the Region continues. The UNHCR’s Dan McNorton spoke to DW about the refugee situation. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    UN warns of deteriorating humanitarian situation in Ukraine
    Aug06

    UN warns of deteriorating humanitarian situation in Ukraine

    The United Nations has warned the humanitarian situation in Ukraine is getting worse on a daily basis. A senior UN official told an emergency Security Council session “immediate action” is required to halt the crisis. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia retaliates against EU sanctions
    Aug06

    Russia retaliates against EU sanctions

    A Russian airline is the first casualty of the EU’s widened sanctions against Russia, and Moscow is preparing to retaliate. Leveraging its natural resources could be one strategy; banning  imports another. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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