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    Shells kill five at hospital in Ukraine as Kiev hopes for US weapons
    Feb04

    Shells kill five at hospital in Ukraine as Kiev hopes for US weapons

    Civilians die in Donetsk while fighting continues on eve of John Kerry’s visit to Kiev …read more Source: The...

    Bulgarians find any topic on military actions inappropriate
    Feb04

    Bulgarians find any topic on military actions inappropriate

    The Bulgarian people loves peace and any subject on war is not appropriate, said PM Boyko Borissov in parliament. He answered this way a question on whether Bulgaria had agreed to deploy permanently NATO heavily armed equipment on its territory due to the Ukrainian conflict. In the words of the premier he had stated firmly during his meetings...

    Russians present in Ukraine in specialist roles: U.S. envoy
    Feb04

    Russians present in Ukraine in specialist roles: U.S. envoy

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The U.S. ambassador to NATO said on Wednesday that Russian soldiers were present in eastern Ukraine in a command role and to operate advanced military equipment, but that another large-scale Russian intervention did not appear imminent. …read more Source:...

    Deadly shelling of Donetsk hospital
    Feb04

    Deadly shelling of Donetsk hospital

    More than ten civilians have been killed in the past 24 hours of intensified fighting in eastern Ukraine. The Ukrainian government hopes the West will reconsider sending arms in light of the intensified violence. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Weak ruble results in decline of Russian tourists
    Feb04

    Weak ruble results in decline of Russian tourists

    We are concerned about some trends and data on a decline expected of Russian and Ukrainian citizens in the summer of 2015. We work to ease the visa regime, Minister of Tourism Nikolina Angelkova said before MPs. We have taken measures for advertisements of Bulgaria as a year-round tourist destination. In March the minister will participate in a...

    Deadly rocket attack on hospital in rebel-held Donetsk in Ukraine
    Feb04

    Deadly rocket attack on hospital in rebel-held Donetsk in Ukraine

    At least five people are reported dead after the shelling of a hospital in Donetsk in eastern Ukraine. Eyewitnesses say at least one shell hit the… …read more Source:...

    Donetsk hit by shells as violence intensifies in Ukraine – video
    Feb04

    Donetsk hit by shells as violence intensifies in Ukraine – video

    At least three people were killed in a series of shellings in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk on Wednesday that pro-Russian separatists said were Uragan missiles fired by Ukrainian forces. Earlier, the Ukrainian military said two of its soldiers had been killed and 18 wounded in fighting against pro-Russian separatists in the previous 24...

    Shelling of Donetsk Hospital Kills Civilians
    Feb04

    Shelling of Donetsk Hospital Kills Civilians

    An artillery shell hit a hospital in the rebel-controlled city of Donetsk, in eastern Ukraine, on Wednesday, killing and wounding civilians. The city administration said on its website the shell hit at 1200 local time and several school buildings had also suffered in the explosion. According to some media reports, at least three people had been...

    OSCE calls for truce in Debaltsevo area, continued talks on Ukraine in Minsk
    Feb04

    OSCE calls for truce in Debaltsevo area, continued talks on Ukraine in Minsk

    In particular, the statement reads: “On humanitarian grounds, the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office calls on all actors in and around the Debaltsevo area to establish a local temporary truce for a minimum of three days”. The truce is believed to be able to allow a prompt evacuation of civilians from the conflict zone. …read more Source:...

    Estonian and Slovenian PM: the EU must be unified in dealing with Russia
    Feb04

    Estonian and Slovenian PM: the EU must be unified in dealing with Russia

    At today’s meeting with Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar, Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas stated that the European Union must maintain its unified approach and carry on resolutely in response to Russia’s aggression in Ukraine, and it must not be confined to expressing concern alone, reports BC government’s press service....

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