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    Ukraine’s President Poroshenko: Tensions in Donbas Could Still Escalate
    Feb13

    Ukraine’s President Poroshenko: Tensions in Donbas Could Still Escalate

    The Ukranian nationalist Right sector movement has rejected the agreements reached at the Minsk summit on Thursday. Movement’s leader Dmytro Yarosh announced Friday that the organization will make every attempt to stop the implementation of the peace action plan on his social media profile, TASS information agency reported. The sector...

    Ukrainian civilians near front lines don’t think truce will work
    Feb13

    Ukrainian civilians near front lines don’t think truce will work

    After 16 hours of negotiating, Putin, Poroshenko, Merkel and Hollande agreed on a truce for Ukraine, to start from 15th February. Given the region’s… …read more Source:...

    Siege mentality spawns new Donetsk identity
    Feb13

    Siege mentality spawns new Donetsk identity

    Political classes fuel resistance as war turns people against Kiev …read more Source: Financial...

    Ukraine crisis: At least 25 dead as rebels seize more territory ahead of ceasefire deadline
    Feb13

    Ukraine crisis: At least 25 dead as rebels seize more territory ahead of ceasefire deadline

    Russian-backed rebels launched a deadly last-minute effort to seize more Ukrainian territory yesterday, including a strategic railway hub, before a ceasefire is meant to take effect at midnight Ukraine time tonight. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine crisis: Merkel must keep up tireless work rate or risk losing goal of a ‘united Europe’
    Feb13

    Ukraine crisis: Merkel must keep up tireless work rate or risk losing goal of a ‘united Europe’

    As if her stock was not already high enough, Chancellor Angela Merkel’s domestic popularity soared to near euphoric levels in Germany yesterday after her apparent success in brokering a Ukraine ceasefire, and signs that she is poised for a compromise with the Greek government over its debt problems. …read more Source: The...

    Oil prices rise on back of industry spending cuts, Ukrainian truce
    Feb13

    Oil prices rise on back of industry spending cuts, Ukrainian truce

    Author(s): Kostis Geropoulos p12c.jpg On February 13, oil rose above $60 a barrel for the first time this year, supported by signs that more energy industry spending cuts may curb excess supply. …read more Source: New...

    Minsk ceasefire in balance while fighting continues in eastern Ukraine
    Feb13

    Minsk ceasefire in balance while fighting continues in eastern Ukraine

    Fighting escalates before official ceasefire on Sunday as each side wrestles for advantageIntense fighting continued near two cities in eastern Ukraine on Friday, raising further doubts about whether a ceasefire deal agreed in Minsk has any chance of success.According to the Minsk plan the ceasefire will start on Sunday but, rather than abating,...

    Poroshenko to attend Croatian president’s inauguration
    Feb13

    Poroshenko to attend Croatian president’s inauguration

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will attend President Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic’s inauguration on Sunday, Grabar Kitarovic’s transitional team on Friday confirmed for Hina. Poroshenko will be in Zagreb on the day that a ceasefire is to take effect… …read more Source:...

    Clashes in east of Ukraine as ceasefire deadline nears
    Feb13

    Clashes in east of Ukraine as ceasefire deadline nears

    Mobilised and caught in the conflict in what is supposed to be the countdown to the guns falling silent in the east of Ukraine. Government forces in… …read more Source:...

    Future of Oil Prices Remains Unclear
    Feb13

    Future of Oil Prices Remains Unclear

    Rosneft CEO Igor Sechin stated Friday that if investment in the oil industry goes back up, oil prices may remain at USD 60- 80 per barrel. Sechin explained that in case this doesn’t happen, then prices could return to USD 100-110 per barrel. He added that the company’s capital expenditure program will be further cut by 30% this year,...

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