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    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...

    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...

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