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    Tentative ceasefire agreed for eastern Ukraine
    Feb18

    Tentative ceasefire agreed for eastern Ukraine

    Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has said a truce between pro-Russian rebels and Ukraine’s army will start on Monday. But Kyiv has said it is “not at all” happy with the deal made at the Munich Security Conference. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia: Writer Prilepin trades words for weapons
    Feb14

    Russia: Writer Prilepin trades words for weapons

    A famous newcomer has joined the ranks of the separatists in eastern Ukraine. Zakhar Prilepin, one of Russia’ most well-known writers, is fighting on their side – with weapons. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Eastern Ukraine witnessed ‘most violent’ week in over a year, says OSCE
    Feb10

    Eastern Ukraine witnessed ‘most violent’ week in over a year, says OSCE

    Violence in eastern Ukraine peaked with more than 10,000 ceasefire violations a day, NATO officials said, citing monitors. The EU has announced a disbursement of 600 million euros to Kyiv for pursuing democratic reforms. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Top Ukraine separatist commander assassinated
    Feb08

    Top Ukraine separatist commander assassinated

    A top rebel commander in eastern Ukraine has been killed in what local authorities described as an assassination. Mikhail Tolstykh joins a string of other warlords killed in bombings in recent months. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Top Ukraine separtist commander assassinated
    Feb08

    Top Ukraine separtist commander assassinated

    A top rebel commander in eastern Ukraine has been killed in what local authorities described as an assassination. Mikhail Tolstykh joins a string of other warlords killed in bombings in recent months. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Bringing back Ukraine’s buffalo
    Feb06

    Bringing back Ukraine’s buffalo

    The Carpathian buffalo was once a popular livestock breed in the Ukraine. But it’s fallen out of favor and its numbers have dwindled. Why is one German agronomist trying to bring it back into vogue? …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Trump talks ‘peace’ in eastern Ukraine with Poroshenko
    Feb05

    Trump talks ‘peace’ in eastern Ukraine with Poroshenko

    The US president has vowed to work towards “achieving peace” in eastern Ukraine, the White House said. American lawmakers have called on Trump to do more for “our Ukrainian friends,” including providing defense funds. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Artillery fire shakes eastern Ukraine as Russia accuses Kyiv of escalation
    Feb03

    Artillery fire shakes eastern Ukraine as Russia accuses Kyiv of escalation

    Artillery fire intensified as night fell with more civilian deaths reported. At least 15 people have died since the fighting around Avdiivka and Donetsk intensified in the last five days. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    NATO head Stoltenberg calls on Russia to help staunch violence in Ukraine
    Feb01

    NATO head Stoltenberg calls on Russia to help staunch violence in Ukraine

    Germany and NATO have both expressed concern over the weekend’s surge in fighting in Ukraine and called on warring parties to respect a ceasefire. NATO asked Russia to also push for an end to the spike in violence. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Deadly violence erupts in eastern Ukraine amid ‘worsening humanitarian situation’
    Jan31

    Deadly violence erupts in eastern Ukraine amid ‘worsening humanitarian situation’

    Ukrainian soldiers, rebels and civilians have been killed in the latest spate of violence. European officials have warned of a humanitarian disaster after power outages left thousands to cope in sub-zero temperatures. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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