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    Foreign leaders: ‘Observers must have free access to eastern Ukraine’
    Feb16

    Foreign leaders: ‘Observers must have free access to eastern Ukraine’

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    Ukrainian MP Pushes for Carbon Copy Of Russian Blogger Law, Meets Resistance
    Feb16

    Ukrainian MP Pushes for Carbon Copy Of Russian Blogger Law, Meets Resistance

    Images mixed by Tetyana Lokot. Ukrainian Internet users were in for an unpleasant surprise at the end of last week when a member of the Ukrainian parliament suggested bloggers in Ukraine should be required to verify information in their posts and disclose their personal data to the authorities. Vasyl Petyovka, an MP from Western Ukraine who got...

    Someone decided to stab a stray cat in the head
    Feb16

    Someone decided to stab a stray cat in the head

    Warning: This article contains graphic images of animal cruelty An X-ray of the cat with the knife stuck in his head (Picture: CEN)A woman recently found a stray cat who had been stabbed in the head. Animal lover Lyudmila Alexeeva often feeds the stray cats near her home in Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula, and one in particular who she named...

    FM Concerned over Ukraine Situation, Urges Diplomatic Solution
    Feb16

    FM Concerned over Ukraine Situation, Urges Diplomatic Solution

    Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec has expressed concern over the situation in Ukraine not calming down despite the Minsk ceasefire agreement, signed last week. He believes that the agreement will be implemented, as he cannot imagine a different solution for the Ukraine crisis other a diplomatic one. …read more Source:...

    Cyber-hackers believed to have stolen millions in massive bank heist
    Feb16

    Cyber-hackers believed to have stolen millions in massive bank heist

    The plot marks the beginning of a new stage in the evolution of cyber-criminal activity, experts warn (Picture: Getty)Cyber-hackers are thought to have stolen hundreds of millions of pounds from up to 100 banks and financial institutions across the world, including the UK. The massive heist took place over the last two years, and is believed to...

    Ukraine Truce ‘Broken 139 Times’ On First Day
    Feb16

    Ukraine Truce ‘Broken 139 Times’ On First Day

    Heavy fighting continues in the town of Debaltseve 24 hours after an internationally brokered ceasefire came into effect. …read more Source: Sky...

    Czech Republic sends more aid to eastern Ukraine as humanitarian crisis
deepens
    Feb16

    Czech Republic sends more aid to eastern Ukraine as humanitarian crisis deepens

    The eyes of the world are on eastern Ukraine, where isolated skirmishes have underscored the fragility of the Minsk peace deal which went into effect at midnight on Saturday. Meanwhile, humanitarian aid continues to flow to the war-stricken area where tens of thousands of displaced families are in dire need. On Monday morning the Czech...

    Merkel: Ukraine situation is fragile
    Feb16

    Merkel: Ukraine situation is fragile

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    Ukraine ceasefire strained by fighting
    Feb16

    Ukraine ceasefire strained by fighting

    The ceasefire deal in eastern Ukraine was strained on Monday by reports of fighting between government forces and Russia-backed separatists, and both sides questioned a demand to withdraw heavy weapons under a roadmap agreed last week.At least five soldiers… …read more Source:...

    Fighting Continues in Eastern Ukraine Despite Ceasefire Deal
    Feb16

    Fighting Continues in Eastern Ukraine Despite Ceasefire Deal

    Fighting raged around a key railway hub in eastern Ukraine on Monday despite a ceasefire agreement that officially went into force a day earlier. The BBC quoted the Ukrainian military command as saying the pro-Russian rebels had attacked 112 times since early Sunday with most attacks concentrated in the area of Debaltseve, a railway junction...

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