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    Ukraine rebels free four abducted OSCE observers
    Jun27

    Ukraine rebels free four abducted OSCE observers

    Four abducted observers from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe have been freed by pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine. Another team of four observers is still being held hostage. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Kerry: Russia must prove ‘in the next hours’ working to de-escalate Ukraine crisis
    Jun26

    Kerry: Russia must prove ‘in the next hours’ working to de-escalate Ukraine crisis

    US Secretary of State Kerry has said Moscow must prove “in the next hours” it is actively working to convince separatists in eastern Ukraine to disarm. A failure to act, he said, would will mean more sanctions. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine takes one step closer to EU
    Jun26

    Ukraine takes one step closer to EU

    Six months ago, President Viktor Yanukovych scuppered Ukraine’s association agreement with the European Union. His successor is about to sign it, for Kyiv is accelerating its departure from Moscow. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Putin changes tack on Ukraine
    Jun26

    Putin changes tack on Ukraine

    The upper house of the Russian parliament has withdrawn its permission to send troops into Ukraine. Analysts see several reasons why Vladimir Putin may have taken this step. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    NATO: Russia not meeting international commitments in Ukraine
    Jun25

    NATO: Russia not meeting international commitments in Ukraine

    Moscow hasn’t upheld its promises to calm tensions in Ukraine, NATO has said. The West is watching Russian President Putin closely this week, as Ukraine struggles to combat separatists who have violated a ceasefire. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Austria defies US, EU over South Stream during Putin visit
    Jun25

    Austria defies US, EU over South Stream during Putin visit

    Austria’s OMV and Russia’s Gazprom have signed a deal for the Austrian section of the controversial South Stream gas pipeline that bypasses Ukraine. Austria’s president, Heinz Fischer, has rejected US and EU criticism. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia to cancel resolution allowing for military intervention in Ukraine
    Jun24

    Russia to cancel resolution allowing for military intervention in Ukraine

    Russian media have reported that President Putin intends to revoke a resolution that allowed Russia to intervene in Ukraine. He originally requested the power in March in order to protect ethnic Russians in the country. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Germany’s Steinmeier to meet Poroshenko in ‘decisive’ week for Ukraine
    Jun24

    Germany’s Steinmeier to meet Poroshenko in ‘decisive’ week for Ukraine

    Germany’s foreign minister is set to hold talks with Ukraine’s president in a bid to end the fighting in the east of that country. This comes after pro-Russian separatists agreed to observe a cease-fire declared by Kyiv. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    EU foreign ministers threaten more sanctions on Russia, take action against Syria
    Jun23

    EU foreign ministers threaten more sanctions on Russia, take action against Syria

    Foreign ministers from across the EU have begun deliberating over several crises, particularly in Ukraine and Syria. Amid failed diplomatic efforts, they’re looking to sanctions to get their message across. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Fighting in eastern Ukraine overshadows calls for peace from Kyiv and Moscow
    Jun22

    Fighting in eastern Ukraine overshadows calls for peace from Kyiv and Moscow

    Despite a seven-day ceasefire declared by Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, there has been continued fighting in the east of the country. Both Kyiv and Moscow have called for a settlement. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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