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    Report links Kremlin cyber unit to Ukraine conflict and US election hacking
    Dec22

    Report links Kremlin cyber unit to Ukraine conflict and US election hacking

    The hack into a Ukraine military app has reinforced claims the cyber unit known as “Fancy Bear” has a direct Kremlin link. It also reinforces US intelligence reports linking the Kremlin to cyber attacks in the US. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine nationalizes its largest bank, PrivatBank
    Dec19

    Ukraine nationalizes its largest bank, PrivatBank

    Ukraine has nationalized its biggest bank in order to avoid a financial meltdown. PrivatBank had been plagued by rumors that it was heavily burdened by serious debts. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia, Brexit and Aleppo loom over year-end EU summit
    Dec15

    Russia, Brexit and Aleppo loom over year-end EU summit

    EU leaders are facing a “minefield” of crises in their final Brussels summit of 2016. Leaders appear split on extending sanctions against Russia, approving a Ukraine deal, responses to Aleppo and Brexit negotiations. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel and Hollande support sanction extensions against Russia
    Dec13

    Merkel and Hollande support sanction extensions against Russia

    The German and French leaders have said they support extending sanctions against Russia over its actions in Ukraine. Merkel cited the ‘very sluggish’ implementation of last year’s peace deal as reason for the renewal. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Pro-Russian separatists eject DW journalists from Donetsk
    Dec12

    Pro-Russian separatists eject DW journalists from Donetsk

    Despite issuing DW a press pass and promising an interview, Donetsk armed guards turned the team away at their border. The team was held for a hour before being sent back into Kyiv-controlled territory. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Interview: Ukraine conflict on the brink
    Dec12

    Interview: Ukraine conflict on the brink

    DW sat down with Alexander Hug, Deputy Chief of the OSCE’s monitoring mission to Ukraine, to discuss the situation on the ground. He warned of a conflict on the brink of deteriorating. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Syria, Ukraine to dominate OSCE agenda in Hamburg
    Dec08

    Syria, Ukraine to dominate OSCE agenda in Hamburg

    As Germany ends its year-long presidency of the OSCE, foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has called for Russia to cooperate. He has warned that the “question of war and peace” has returned to Europe …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Saakashvili wants a new political class in Ukraine
    Dec06

    Saakashvili wants a new political class in Ukraine

    After stepping down as governor of Odessa, Georgia’s ex-president is founding a new party in Ukraine. He outlines his political goals in an interview with DW. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine launches missile drill near Crimea, prompting anger in Moscow
    Dec01

    Ukraine launches missile drill near Crimea, prompting anger in Moscow

    The Kremlin has voiced concerns over the defense maneuvers, saying it sets a “dangerous” precedent. But Ukraine’s military officials dismissed Moscow’s concerns, noting that the drill is in line with international law. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Spy fever in Crimea
    Nov25

    Spy fever in Crimea

    More and more people are being arrested by both Russia and Ukraine on charges of espionage. The arrests will likely make the forthcoming negotiations for a peaceful settlement of the Ukraine conflict even more difficult. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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