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    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...

    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...

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