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with Ukarainian version. The owner of Deutsche Welle is ARD that is Public
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    European Union to prepare new sanctions against Russia
    Aug31

    European Union to prepare new sanctions against Russia

    EU leaders have agreed to prepare tougher sanctions that could be imposed on Russia within days. The concensus emerged after several hours of talks to decide how to respond to the deepening crisis in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Poroshenko: Ukraine approaching ‘point of no return’
    Aug31

    Poroshenko: Ukraine approaching ‘point of no return’

    The European Union appears set to step up sanctions on Russia over the situation in eastern Ukraine. Not only the country’s president has warned that Ukraine is “close to the point of no return.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Calls grow loud for more sanctions on Russia
    Aug30

    Calls grow loud for more sanctions on Russia

    The calls for sanctions to be toughened on Russia over its actions in Ukraine are growing in intensity. But European Union leaders say they are looking for a political deal to resolve the Ukrainian crisis. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine crisis expected to overshadow EU summit
    Aug30

    Ukraine crisis expected to overshadow EU summit

    EU leaders are set to meet to try to agree on who should fill some of the bloc’s top jobs. However, recent developments in eastern Ukraine promise to have EU leaders discussing possible tougher sanctions against Russia. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: The West baffled
    Aug30

    Opinion: The West baffled

    How to deal with Vladimir Putin’s imperial power play in Ukraine? And with the radical upheaval in the Middle East? DW’s Alexander Kudascheff sees few good options for the West. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU foreign ministers consider fresh sanctions on Russia
    Aug30

    EU foreign ministers consider fresh sanctions on Russia

    The EU could be set to impose tougher sanctions on Moscow after NATO accused Russia of sending hundreds of troops into Ukraine. Germany’s foreign minster warned the situation in Ukraine could be slipping out of control. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU foreign ministers call for tougher Russia sanctions
    Aug29

    EU foreign ministers call for tougher Russia sanctions

    A number of EU foreign ministers are pushing for stronger sanctions against Russia for its actions in eastern Ukraine. It follows NATO allegations that Moscow sent “well over 1,000 troops” across the border. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Disowned and forgotten: Russian soldiers in Ukraine
    Aug29

    Disowned and forgotten: Russian soldiers in Ukraine

    Russia should finally admit that its own soldiers are fighting in Ukraine, human rights observers demand. These soldiers are risking their lives in an undeclared war. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    NATO warns of ‘significant escalation’ in Ukraine
    Aug29

    NATO warns of ‘significant escalation’ in Ukraine

    At least 1,000 Russian troops have advanced into Ukraine, NATO has said. While the alliance wants to increase its military presence in the Baltic states, the EU is due to meet to discuss stepping up sanctions. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia’s Putin calls for humanitarian corridor for Ukraine troops
    Aug29

    Russia’s Putin calls for humanitarian corridor for Ukraine troops

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has called on pro-Moscow separatists fighting government troops in eastern Ukraine to open a “humanitarian corridor” to allow Ukrainian soldiers to escape. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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