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    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...

    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...

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