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    Talks continue to return Ukrainian troops who entered Russia
    Aug05

    Talks continue to return Ukrainian troops who entered Russia

    Kyiv is in talks with Moscow over the return of more than 300 Ukrainian soldiers who crossed into Russia amid fighting with rebels. Both sides disagree over the reason for the border crossing. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia launches huge air defense exercises close to Ukraine
    Aug04

    Russia launches huge air defense exercises close to Ukraine

    Russia has announced large-scale air defense exercises along its Ukraine border. The move is being perceived as a show of strength by Moscow, and is likely to further raise tensions in the region. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Recovery teams find more MH17 remains in Ukraine
    Aug03

    Recovery teams find more MH17 remains in Ukraine

    Investigators have recovered more remains at the MH17 site in Ukraine. The US and allies blame separatists for the downing of the plane while Moscow points the finger at Ukraine’s military. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine denies using ballistic missiles
    Aug02

    Ukraine denies using ballistic missiles

    Ukraine’s defense minister and a NATO representative in Kyiv have denied DW reports that the Ukrainian army has been using ballistic missiles against pro-Russian separatists in the country’s east. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Obama admits West faces constraints with Russia over Ukraine
    Aug02

    Obama admits West faces constraints with Russia over Ukraine

    US President Barack Obama has conceded that Western sanctions have not had their desired effect on Russia. Meanwhile, British Prime Minister David Cameron has called on NATO to increase its presence in Eastern Europe. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    The dictator as mediator
    Aug02

    The dictator as mediator

    Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko is hosting talks between Ukraine and Russia – despite his human rights record. Foreign policy expert Amanda Paul tells DW this will not end his international isolation. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Investigators find more remains at MH17 crash site
    Aug02

    Investigators find more remains at MH17 crash site

    International investigators have found more human remains at the flight MH17 crash site in east Ukraine. Recovery efforts in the area have been hampered by fighting between government and pro-Russian separatist forces. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukrainian soldiers killed in ambush in eastern Ukraine
    Aug01

    Ukrainian soldiers killed in ambush in eastern Ukraine

    A number of Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in eastern Ukraine, according to the country’s military. The deadly attack occurred near Shakhtarsk, roughly 25 kilometers (15 miles) from the MH17 crash site. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Abbott: more remains found at MH17 crash site
    Aug01

    Abbott: more remains found at MH17 crash site

    Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said that an international team recovered more bodily remains at the MH17 crash site in eastern Ukraine. For several days, conflict stopped investigators from reaching the site. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Poland eats apples to get back at Putin, Russia
    Jul31

    Poland eats apples to get back at Putin, Russia

    Poles are encouraging countrymen to eat apples as part of a social media push to protest Russia’s ban on Polish produce. Poland says the law is punishment for it supporting the latest round of EU sanctions. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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