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    Calm before the storm in Donetsk
    Jul12

    Calm before the storm in Donetsk

    The uniformed pro-Russian separatists have disappeared from the streets of Donetsk, Ukraine, but no one knows exactly where they’ve gone. People are still frightened and those who can have left the city. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine official: rebel rocket attack kills dozens of government troops
    Jul11

    Ukraine official: rebel rocket attack kills dozens of government troops

    Pro-Russia insurgents have fired rockets at a border post in Ukraine, killing dozens of government troops, according to a Ukrainian official. Meanwhile, Chancellor Angela Merkel has called on Kyiv to exercise restraint. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Amnesty: abduction and torture grip eastern Ukraine
    Jul11

    Amnesty: abduction and torture grip eastern Ukraine

    Belligerents in eastern Ukraine are resorting to abduction and torture to intimidate their political opponents, according to Amnesty International. The rights group says pro-Russian rebels commit the bulk of the crimes. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Kyiv masses forces near Donetsk
    Jul10

    Kyiv masses forces near Donetsk

    Ukraine’s government has massed military vehicles near the rebel-held eastern cities of Donetsk and Luhansk. The Kremlin says the leaders of Russia, Germany and France have talked by phone and called for a new ceasefire. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Tense calm in Donetsk
    Jul09

    Tense calm in Donetsk

    After Ukrainian forces liberated a few cities, pro-Russian separatists have now entrenched themselves in Donetsk. The civilian population there is tired of warfare, and ready for a peaceful solution. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Truce elusive in eastern Ukraine
    Jul09

    Truce elusive in eastern Ukraine

    Pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine and Kyiv-based President Petro Poroshenko still rule out a truce. His government forces say they control routes around the rebel-held cities of Donetsk and Lugansk. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ceasefire on hold until rebels disarm, says Ukraine
    Jul08

    Ceasefire on hold until rebels disarm, says Ukraine

    Ukraine’s defense ministry has said it will not negotiate a new ceasefire with pro-Russian separatists until the rebels have laid down their arms. The Ukrainian military has recently retaken key rebel strongholds. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine president vows to continue military offensive against rebels
    Jul07

    Ukraine president vows to continue military offensive against rebels

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has vowed to continue Kyiv’s military offensive against pro-Russian separatists. Government troops have advanced to Donetsk after capturing the rebel stronghold of Slovyansk. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Kyiv forces retake Ukraine rebel stronghold
    Jul05

    Kyiv forces retake Ukraine rebel stronghold

    Ukrainian government forces say they have recaptured Slovyansk, which for 3 months was the stronghold of pro-Russian separatists. Fleeing rebels have vowed to regroup in other restive cities of eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine leader Poroshenko orders flag raised in separatist stronghold Slovyansk
    Jul05

    Ukraine leader Poroshenko orders flag raised in separatist stronghold Slovyansk

    Pro-Russian separatists have reportedly left the eastern Ukrainian city of Slovyansk, which they had controlled since April. This prompted President Petro Poroschekno to order the Ukrainian flag be raised over the city. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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