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    Upswing in fighting in Ukraine sends civilians fleeing and puts truce in doubt
    May03

    Upswing in fighting in Ukraine sends civilians fleeing and puts truce in doubt

    Eight Ukrainian soldiers are killed in past week, and another 40 wounded in attacks by pro-Russia separatists, in most intense clashes since Minsk ceasefireUkraine is experiencing its most serious increase in fighting in three months, sending more civilians fleeing and raising fresh doubts about the viability of a shaky February truce.Another...

    One more Ukrainian serviceman killed in eastern Ukraine: Kiev
    May03

    One more Ukrainian serviceman killed in eastern Ukraine: Kiev

    KIEV (Reuters) – One Ukrainian serviceman has been killed and six wounded in attacks in eastern Ukraine by pro-Russian separatists, testing a fragile two-month ceasefire, the military said on Sunday. …read more Source:...

    Peope in the Ukrainian port of Odessa remember victims who died during clashes a year ago
    May03

    Peope in the Ukrainian port of Odessa remember victims who died during clashes a year ago

    Separate ceremonies were held in the southern Ukrainian port of Odessa on Saturday for over 50 victims of clashes between pro-Russian separatists and… …read more Source:...

    Patriots for Poland
    May03

    Patriots for Poland

    By the book, deterrence is “a strategy intended to dissuade an adversary from taking an action not yet started” and “the maintenance of military power for the purpose of discouraging an attack.” But as a former NATO commander, in peace and in combat, I would add one thing to the dictionary definitions above — deterrence is also the ability to...

    The Odessa file: What happened on May 2, 2014?
    May02

    The Odessa file: What happened on May 2, 2014?

    One year ago, some 50 people died during unrest in the Ukrainian port city of Odessa, most of them pro-Russian activists. Investigators believe that a chain of events led to the deaths. Many doubts remain. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Britain’s uncertain European future
    May02

    Britain’s uncertain European future

    David Cameron’s decision to promise to hold an in-out-referendum on Britain’s EU membership in 2017 should the Conservatives with the upcoming general election lies at the heart of all the critiques of the coalition government’s foreign policy. Ed Miliband argued at Chatham House last week that, by doing so, Mr Cameron has...

    The 20 photographs of the week
    May02

    The 20 photographs of the week

    The earthquake in Nepal, the riots in Baltimore, the London marathon – the best photography in news, culture and sport from around the world this week … …read more Source: The...

    Lethal divisions persist in Ukraine’s Odessa
    May02

    Lethal divisions persist in Ukraine’s Odessa

    Deep divisions persist in Ukraine’s Odessa …read more Source:...

    Ukraine on verge of economic collapse – French media
    May02

    Ukraine on verge of economic collapse – French media

    Ukraine is on the verge of economic collapse and subsequent social upheaval, French daily L’Humanite reported. With the average salaries at 2,000 hryvnias …read more Source:...

    VIDEO: Children living with Ukraine conflict
    May02

    VIDEO: Children living with Ukraine conflict

    As the conflict in Ukraine continues, Tom Burridge visits a school in Donetsk which is still open, despite being very close to front line and being hit by shelling. …read more Source:...

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