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    TV crew run for cover after huge explosion in eastern Ukraine
    Feb17

    TV crew run for cover after huge explosion in eastern Ukraine

    This is the dramatic moment a television news crew was forced to run from an huge explosion in eastern Ukraine, as crossfire continues in some areas of the country despite last weekend’s ceasefire. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine separatists claim major gains in Debaltseve
    Feb17

    Ukraine separatists claim major gains in Debaltseve

    Pro-Russian separatists say they now control at least 80 percent of Debaltseve in eastern Ukraine. Fierce fighting has continued in the strategic city, despite a ceasefire deal signed just days ago. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Belarus, Ukraine to study EU experience in coordinated border patrolling
    Feb17

    Belarus, Ukraine to study EU experience in coordinated border patrolling

    The border guards with learn about the organization of coordinated border patrolling and innovative approaches to the management of the “green border” (the area between two border-crossing points). An expert from the Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior will explain both theoretical and practical aspects of coordinated border...

    [Ticker] Russia voices upset over EU listing of singing MP
    Feb17

    [Ticker] Russia voices upset over EU listing of singing MP

    Russia has voiced upset that the EU listed one of its MPs, Iosif Kobzon, also a popular singer. Russian cultural envoy Mikhail Shvydkoy told the Tass news agency that Kobzon’s performances in Russia-occupied Donetsk in east Ukraine were innocent: “He is a man of art … he didn’t shoot anyone”. …read more Source:...

    Belarus to attend OSCE PA Winter Meeting in Vienna
    Feb17

    Belarus to attend OSCE PA Winter Meeting in Vienna

    According to him, the preparations for the annual conference to be held in Helsinki dedicated to the 40th anniversary of the Helsinki process are supposed to be the main item on the agenda of the OSCE PA Winter Meeting in Vienna (Austria) on 19-20 February. “This is the main item on the agenda of the winter two-day debates. But...

    Georgia Summons Ukrainian Ambassador over Controversial Appointment
    Feb17

    Georgia Summons Ukrainian Ambassador over Controversial Appointment

    Georgia summoned the Ukrainian ambassador to Tbilisi on Monday after the appointment of former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili as an adviser to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. Saakashvili, who served as President of Georgia between 2008 and 2013, has been charged in absentia with abuse of office and organising an attack on a...

    Ukraine truce close to collapse as clashes continue near Debaltseve
    Feb17

    Ukraine truce close to collapse as clashes continue near Debaltseve

    Pro-Russian rebels bombarded government troops they they say are encircled in eastern Ukraine on Tuesday and a plan for both sides to pull back their… …read more Source:...

    Komorowski: Sales of armaments to Ukraine could not be excluded
    Feb17

    Komorowski: Sales of armaments to Ukraine could not be excluded

    Poland’s president has stated that his country does not supply arms to Ukraine, as Kyiv does not really have enough money to pay for that. …read more Source:...

    Huge explosion in Ukraine as mortar shell hits gas pipeline – video
    Feb17

    Huge explosion in Ukraine as mortar shell hits gas pipeline – video

    A mortar which hit a gas pipeline in eastern Ukraine causes a major explosion. TV crews film a huge fire and clouds of smoke nine miles from the besieged town of Debaltseve, despite the ceasefire agreed last week. Fighting has eased in many areas since the ceasefire came into force on Sunday, but Ukrainian government troops and Russia-backed...

    Remembering the shelling: ‘We saw a glow, they were burned alive’
    Feb17

    Remembering the shelling: ‘We saw a glow, they were burned alive’

    Ukrainian soldiers recall attacks by Grad launchers and heavy artillery – which they are convinced came from within RussiaUkrainian soldiers remember the onslaught that rained down on their positions from the middle of July 2014 onwards. Time and again they came under fire from Grad missiles and artillery shells. Now it appears that at least some...

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