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1953. Its headquater is in Bonn (Berlin), Germany. Ukrainian editorship was
found in 2000 and cooperates with Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in
Ukraine. Deutsche Welle has the website www.dwelle.de with over 30 languages,
with Ukarainian version. The owner of Deutsche Welle is ARD that is Public
broadcasting.

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    Merkel, Hollande join Ukraine-Russia talks in bid for peace
    Jun29

    Merkel, Hollande join Ukraine-Russia talks in bid for peace

    The leaders of France and Germany have held talks with Ukraine’s new president and Vladimir Putin. The four-way teleconference comes ahead of the expiry of a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Rebels free final captive OSCE observers in Ukraine
    Jun29

    Rebels free final captive OSCE observers in Ukraine

    The last of the OSCE observers being held by pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine have been freed. Their release was a key demand at Friday’s EU summit. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine reports three killed in clashes with separatists near Slaviansk
    Jun28

    Ukraine reports three killed in clashes with separatists near Slaviansk

    According to Ukraine military sources, three soldiers have been killed after mortar attacks from pro-Russian separatists near Slaviansk. The violence came despite the extension of an official ceasefire in Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine awaits ceasefire outcomes
    Jun28

    Ukraine awaits ceasefire outcomes

    Ukraine’s three-day ceasefire extension in pro-Russian eastern regions has been marred by isolated violence. Moscow’s economy minister has warned that tougher Western economic sanctions will harm Russia. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine government extends ceasefire 72 hours, presidency says
    Jun28

    Ukraine government extends ceasefire 72 hours, presidency says

    Ukraine has extended a truce with pro-Russian separatist rebels in the east of the country for at least 72 hours, according to the presidency. The decision came after Poroshenko returned from an EU summit in Brussels. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Both sides in Ukraine hint at 72-hour ceasefire extension
    Jun27

    Both sides in Ukraine hint at 72-hour ceasefire extension

    President Petro Poroshenko has suggested Ukraine’s uneasy ceasefire will be likely be extended, while separatist fighters said they would accept a 72-hour extension. The current truce expires later in the evening. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    European Union leaders prepare but delay imposing tougher sanctions on Russia
    Jun27

    European Union leaders prepare but delay imposing tougher sanctions on Russia

    European Union leaders have decided to delay imposing further sanctions on Russia over its alleged actions in Ukraine. However, they have also prepared fresh sanctions so that they could be imposed at short notice. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    UNHCR reports sharp increase in people fleeing eastern Ukraine
    Jun27

    UNHCR reports sharp increase in people fleeing eastern Ukraine

    The United Nations refugee agency has reported a sharp rise in the number of people fleeing eastern Ukraine. Pro-Russian separatists control a number of key cities in the region. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova sign deals strengthening political, trade ties to EU
    Jun27

    Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova sign deals strengthening political, trade ties to EU

    The leaders of Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova have signed deals with the EU designed to strengthen political and trade ties with the bloc. Russia’s reaction was almost instant, and it wasn’t a message of congratulation. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU leaders set to approve Jean-Claude Juncker as European Commission president
    Jun27

    EU leaders set to approve Jean-Claude Juncker as European Commission president

    European Union leaders appear set to approve Jean-Claude Juncker as the European Commission’s next president. The leaders of Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova are also to sign deals deepening their ties with the bloc. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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