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    UN: 230,000 people have fled Ukraine fighting
    Jul25

    UN: 230,000 people have fled Ukraine fighting

    The UN High Commissioner for Refugees in Geneva estimates that 230,000 people have been displaced by the conflict in Ukraine, with a small majority of them fleeing into Russia, rather than relocating within the country. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Deadly ‘hail’ falls over eastern Ukraine
    Jul25

    Deadly ‘hail’ falls over eastern Ukraine

    Fighting in eastern Ukraine continues after a passenger airplane was allegedly shot down. One weapon in particular keeps coming into play: the Grad rocket launcher. Kyiv accuses Moscow of supplying it to the separatists. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    US accuses Russia of firing across border at Ukraine military
    Jul25

    US accuses Russia of firing across border at Ukraine military

    The United States claims Russia is firing artillery from its side of the border targeting Ukrainian military forces. Moscow also plans to give pro-Russian separatists heavier and more powerful weapons, says the US. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine PM resigns as battle rages around MH17 site
    Jul24

    Ukraine PM resigns as battle rages around MH17 site

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk has announced the resignation of his government after two pro-Western parties left the ruling coalition. Battles have blocked access to the crash site of the downed flight MH17. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Dutch mourn crash victims
    Jul24

    Dutch mourn crash victims

    The Netherlands observed a minute of silence to honor Dutch victims on flight MH17, which was apparently shot down over eastern Ukraine last week. Experts say identifying the crash’s victims could take weeks. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Dutch-led force hopes to secure Malaysia crash site in eastern Ukraine
    Jul24

    Dutch-led force hopes to secure Malaysia crash site in eastern Ukraine

    The Dutch and Australian foreign ministers are to visit Kyiv to press for proper security at the Malaysian MH17 crash site in rebel-held eastern Ukraine, so official probes can begin and remaining bodies repatriated. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Commonwealth Games open in Scotland
    Jul24

    Commonwealth Games open in Scotland

    Athletes from 71 nations have begun the 20th Commonwealth Games in Scotland. A minute of the opening ceremony was dedicated in silence to victims of the Malaysia Airlines disaster over Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Final deadline for Russia approaching
    Jul23

    Opinion: Final deadline for Russia approaching

    The EU is once again threatening Russia with sanctions over its role in the Ukraine Crisis. Europe needs to put its money where its mouth is if it is to retain credibility, writes DW’s Europe correspondent Bernd Riegert. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    First planes carrying MH17 victims’ bodies depart for Netherlands
    Jul23

    First planes carrying MH17 victims’ bodies depart for Netherlands

    The first planes carrying the bodies of passengers from a Malaysian Airlines flight that crashed in eastern Ukraine has departed for the Netherlands. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    First plane carrying MH17 victims’ bodies departs for Netherlands
    Jul23

    First plane carrying MH17 victims’ bodies departs for Netherlands

    The first plane carrying the bodies of passengers from a Malaysian Airlines flight that crashed in eastern Ukraine has departed for the Netherlands. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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