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    Merkel and Obama talk Ukraine, push for peace talks
    Jul04

    Merkel and Obama talk Ukraine, push for peace talks

    The leaders of Germany and the United States have agreed to continue pressuring Russia to de-escalate the situation in eastern Ukraine. The warring sides are being urged to agree to a new ceasefire. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Eastern Ukraine: plan ‘B,’ as in ‘bombs’
    Jul03

    Eastern Ukraine: plan ‘B,’ as in ‘bombs’

    Tanks, howitzers, fighter jets – Kyiv’s rulers are using heavy military equipment to try and push separatists out of Ukraine. Their core mission is to regain control over the border with Russia. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Opinion: Ukraine statement leaves questions unanswered
    Jul03

    Opinion: Ukraine statement leaves questions unanswered

    A joint statement by foreign ministers is very rarely a linguistic piece of art. It most definitely lacks clarity – as proven by the foreign ministers’ statement on the crisis in Ukraine, writes DW’s Dagmar Engel. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Digital media in Ukraine conflict: blessing or a curse?
    Jul03

    Digital media in Ukraine conflict: blessing or a curse?

    Social media sites are gaining more influence as the crisis continues to unfold in Ukraine. But can they provide reliable information on the situation in the country? DW’s Global Media Forum looked for an answer. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Fresh Ukraine ceasefire talks to begin by Saturday
    Jul02

    Fresh Ukraine ceasefire talks to begin by Saturday

    Internatiional talks aimed at a resumption of Ukraine’s ceasefire are to reopen by Saturday under an agreement reached at a meeting of foreign ministers in Berlin. Fighting reignited in eastern Ukraine on Monday. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine presses ahead with post-ceasefire offensive
    Jul02

    Ukraine presses ahead with post-ceasefire offensive

    Kyiv has pushed on with its drive against separatists in eastern Ukraine despite frantic international efforts to end hostilities. The foreign ministers of France, Germany, Russian and Ukraine are to meet in Berlin. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine relaunches ‘anti-terrorism’ operation against separatists
    Jul01

    Ukraine relaunches ‘anti-terrorism’ operation against separatists

    Less than a day after announcing the end to a ceasefire, the Ukrainian military has begun striking pro-Russian separatist strongholds in the country’s east. Kyiv has vowed to free the land from the “terrorists.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko ends ceasefire with pro-Russian rebels
    Jul01

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko ends ceasefire with pro-Russian rebels

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has said he will not extend a unilateral ceasefire in the conflict with pro-Russian separatists. Poroshenko said troops loyal to Kyiv would now act to “free the country.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    France says Russia and Ukraine have agreed to work on ceasefire extension
    Jun30

    France says Russia and Ukraine have agreed to work on ceasefire extension

    According to the French presidency, the leaders of Russia and Ukraine have agreed to work on extending a ceasefire between Kyiv and separatists. This comes shortly before the end of the current truce. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine ceasefire wrangle, journalist killed
    Jun30

    Ukraine ceasefire wrangle, journalist killed

    A further extension of Ukraine’s shaky truce remains unclear as Western leaders press Moscow to force pro-Russian rebels to end their uprising. A Russian cameraman has become the 5th journalist killed in the conflict. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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