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    U.S. plans to store heavy arms in Baltic, Eastern Europe: source
    Jun14

    U.S. plans to store heavy arms in Baltic, Eastern Europe: source

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States plans to store heavy military equipment in the Baltics and Eastern European nations to reassure allies made uneasy by Russian intervention in Ukraine, and to deter further aggression, a senior U.S. official said on Saturday. …read more Source:...

    US seeks to store military weapons and vehicles in eastern European countries
    Jun14

    US seeks to store military weapons and vehicles in eastern European countries

    Proposal aims to send message to Vladimir Putin to deter further Russian aggression in Europe, the New York Times reportsThe US is poised to store battle tanks, infantry fighting vehicles and other heavy weapons for as many as 5,000 troops in several Baltic and eastern European countries, the New York Times reported on Saturday. The move is aimed...

    Six Ukrainian soldiers killed in past 24 hours, says military
    Jun13

    Six Ukrainian soldiers killed in past 24 hours, says military

    Ukraine’s military says six servicemen have been killed and 14 wounded in separatist eastern territory in the past 24 hours. A four-month-old truce… …read more Source:...

    Six soldiers killed in Ukraine in last 24 hours
    Jun13

    Six soldiers killed in Ukraine in last 24 hours

    Six soldiers have been killed in eastern Ukraine in the last 24 hours amid fierce fighting with rebels, an army spokesman said Saturday, despite a long-running ceasefire supposedly being in place. Ukraine army spokesman Andrey Lyssenko in Kiev said the… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine says six soldiers killed by rebels and 14 wounded in past 24 hours
    Jun13

    Ukraine says six soldiers killed by rebels and 14 wounded in past 24 hours

    Ukrainian military spokesman says the situation is particularly tense around Donestsk airport as skirmishes continue despite a four-month ceasefireThe Ukrainian military says six of its soldiers have been killed and 14 wounded in the past 24 hours in the separatist east of the country despite the current four-monthceasefire. The situation is...

    Bollywood Star to Participate in Video Advertising Bulgaria as Tourist Destination
    Jun13

    Bollywood Star to Participate in Video Advertising Bulgaria as Tourist Destination

    The star of Bollywood cinema Ajay Devgan will participate in a promotional video on Bulgaria advertising the country as a tourist destination, which will be broadcasted in India. This was announced by Bulgarian Tourism Minister Nikolina Angelkova in the city of Varna on Friday after a meeting with local authorities and representatives of the...

    Six Ukrainian servicemen killed, 14 wounded in past 24 hours: IFX cites Ukrainian military
    Jun13

    Six Ukrainian servicemen killed, 14 wounded in past 24 hours: IFX cites Ukrainian military

    KIEV (Reuters) – Six Ukrainian servicemen have been killed and 14 wounded in separatist eastern territory in the past 24 hours, despite a four-month-old ceasefire deal, news agency Interfax Ukraine cited the Ukrainian military as saying on Saturday. …read more Source:...

    OSCE sees hotspots multiplying along Ukraine conflict line
    Jun13

    OSCE sees hotspots multiplying along Ukraine conflict line

    Fighting in the Ukraine is flaring up in areas where there had been little violence since a shaky truce deal came into effect in February, says the deputy chief monitor of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).”It is an escalation,”… …read more Source:...

    Pope receives Polish prime minister in audience, Ukraine was focus of conversation
    Jun13

    Pope receives Polish prime minister in audience, Ukraine was focus of conversation

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    IMF says it will back Ukraine even if private debt talks fail
    Jun13

    IMF says it will back Ukraine even if private debt talks fail

    The International Monetary Fund said Friday it can continue backing Ukraine amid stalled negotiations between Kiev and its private creditors.The Washington-based crisis lender, which launched a four-year, 17.5-billion-dollar loan programme in March for… …read more Source:...

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