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    Merkel, Putin, Poroshenko agree steps on ceasefire: Germany
    Feb17

    Merkel, Putin, Poroshenko agree steps on ceasefire: Germany

    BERLIN (Reuters) – German Chancellor Angela Merkel agreed on concrete steps with the leaders of Russia and Ukraine to allow the OSCE to observe the situation in eastern Ukraine given the fragility of the agreed ceasefire, a German government spokesman said on Tuesday after the three leaders held a conference call. …read more Source:...

    Russia and Ukraine agree ‘concrete steps’ for observers
    Feb17

    Russia and Ukraine agree ‘concrete steps’ for observers

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    Rebels say cannot ‘morally’ stop fighting Ukraine troops in Debaltseve
    Feb17

    Rebels say cannot ‘morally’ stop fighting Ukraine troops in Debaltseve

    DONETSK, Ukraine (Reuters) – Pro-Russian separatists cannot “morally” stop fighting for the town of Debaltseve in east Ukraine because it is “internal territory” and must respond to fire from Ukrainian troops, Denis Pushilin, a rebel representative, said on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    Debaltseve violence thwarts Ukraine ceasefire
    Feb17

    Debaltseve violence thwarts Ukraine ceasefire

    Heavy fighting continued throughout Monday in Debaltseve, which is sandwiched between the rebel strongholds of Donetsk and Luhansk. Pro-Russian… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine Gov’t, Rebels Fail to Begin Heavy Weapons Withdrawal
    Feb17

    Ukraine Gov’t, Rebels Fail to Begin Heavy Weapons Withdrawal

    Neither Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russian rebels have started pulling arms out of the areas of conflict in Eastern Ukraine. Kiev says the army would not pull back until the siege around Debaltseve ends, whereas the rebels insist the army should leave the beleaguered city which in their opinion is not part of the Minsk agreement.A deal...

    Gomel Oblast to host Ukrainian journalists 17-18 February
    Feb17

    Gomel Oblast to host Ukrainian journalists 17-18 February

    The delegation will comprise about 30 journalists representing nationwide and regional TV channels and printed sources. Reporters will come from Kiev, Lviv, Kirovograd, Cherkassy, Poltavy, Donetsk and other oblasts. …read more Source:...

    Battle rages for town where Ukraine rebels reject ceasefire
    Feb17

    Battle rages for town where Ukraine rebels reject ceasefire

    VUHLEHIRSK, Ukraine (Reuters) – Pro-Russian rebels pounded encircled Ukrainian government forces on Monday and Kiev said it would not pull back heavy guns while a truce was being violated, leaving a European-brokered peace deal on the verge of collapse. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine ceasefire fragile after weapons withdrawal stalemate
    Feb17

    Ukraine ceasefire fragile after weapons withdrawal stalemate

    Pro-Russia rebels and the Ukrainian army have so far refused to withdraw their heavy weapons despite a peace accord signed last week. The ceasefire has been strained as fighting continued in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine sides stall arms pullout
    Feb17

    Ukraine sides stall arms pullout

    Ukrainian government and rebel forces fail to meet a deadline to start withdrawing heavy weapons, the second phase of last week’s ceasefire agreement. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] UK ex-spy chief: Ukraine frozen conflict may be best option
    Feb17

    [Ticker] UK ex-spy chief: Ukraine frozen conflict may be best option

    British ex-MI6 head John Sawers said in a speech in King’s College London if the West arms Ukraine it could see Russia “go further than us” leading to “tens of thousands” of deaths in Ukraine. He added a frozen conflict in east Ukraine may be “the least bad attainable outcome.” …read more Source:...

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