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    Ukraine military says cannot withdraw heavy weapons as attacks persist
    Feb23

    Ukraine military says cannot withdraw heavy weapons as attacks persist

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine’s military said on Monday it could not start withdrawing heavy weapons from the frontline in the east as pro-Russian separatists had not stopped attacking government positions despite a ceasefire deal. …read more Source:...

    Putin’s bombers ‘put British holiday passenger jets at risk of mid-air collisions’
    Feb23

    Putin’s bombers ‘put British holiday passenger jets at risk of mid-air collisions’

    RUSSIAN bombers in British airspace risk a catastrophic collision with a passenger airliner, a former Armed Forces chief warned yesterday. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: Both sides agree to start heavy weapons pullback
    Feb23

    Ukraine: Both sides agree to start heavy weapons pullback

    Ukrainian military vehicles are reported to be on the move. Armoured personnel carriers and trucks pulling tanks have been seen on a road linking the… …read more Source:...

    Kharkiv bombing: Kiev says unrest could spread West
    Feb23

    Kharkiv bombing: Kiev says unrest could spread West

    Ukraine says a bomb blast in Kharkiv, a city outside its eastern conflict zone, could mean the unrest by pro-Russian separatists is spreading. At… …read more Source:...

    European leaders participated in the events of the EuroMaidan Revolution anniversary in Kiev
    Feb23

    European leaders participated in the events of the EuroMaidan Revolution anniversary in Kiev

    Laimdota Straujuma, Prime Minister of the Republic of Latvia, participated in the events of the EuroMaidan Revolution anniversary together with the Presidents of Lithuania, Germany, Georgia and Poland and Heads of Government of Estonia and Slovakia; they took part in a procession in honour of the EuroMaidan and commemorated the dead victims by...

    Kharkiv terror attack condemned
    Feb23

    Kharkiv terror attack condemned

    Latvia on Sunday said it “strongly condemned” a terror attack on a peace march in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv that was itself marking a year since the bloody events of the Maidan uprising in Kyiv. …read more Source:...

    Expert: Minsk talks on Ukraine possible only due to Belarus’ neutral position
    Feb23

    Expert: Minsk talks on Ukraine possible only due to Belarus’ neutral position

    According to Charles Grant, Europe is grateful to Belarus for its neutral position on the Ukrainian crisis. Only Belarus’ position made the two rounds of Minsk talks possible. …read more Source:...

    Opinion: Open wounds in Ukraine
    Feb23

    Opinion: Open wounds in Ukraine

    One year on, the crimes that took place on the Maidan are still unpunished. Last February, Ukrainians won against a corrupt regime but their desire for a better life remains unfulfilled, says DW’s Bernd Johann. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine crisis: ‘Catastrophic misreading’ of Russia is the result of a Foreign Office denuded of regional experts
    Feb23

    Ukraine crisis: ‘Catastrophic misreading’ of Russia is the result of a Foreign Office denuded of regional experts

    A “catastrophic misreading” of the Kremlin’s mood helped precipitate the Ukraine crisis and the dangerous East-West stand-off we see today. This was the central conclusion of a report on EU relations with Russia “before and beyond the crisis in Ukraine”, compiled by the House of Lords European Union Committee. Specifically, the committee...

    Hollande, Merkel discussing Greece and Ukraine during Paris talks
    Feb23

    Hollande, Merkel discussing Greece and Ukraine during Paris talks

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrived in Paris on Friday for talks with her French counterpart President Francois Hollande. The formal agenda for the talks includes an upcoming G7 summit of key industrialized countries, to be hosted by Germany in June…. …read more Source:...

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