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    Ukraine: draft dodgers face jail as Kiev struggles to find new fighters
    Feb10

    Ukraine: draft dodgers face jail as Kiev struggles to find new fighters

    Journalist Ruslan Kotsaba, arrested after refusing to fight in video addressed to Petro Poroshenko, is among many weary of conflict that has killed 5,000Ruslan Kotsaba posted a video addressed to Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko last week in which he said he would rather go to prison for five years for draft dodging than fight pro-Russia...

    “US trying to involve Russia in military conflict, Ukraine does not interest them”
    Feb10

    “US trying to involve Russia in military conflict, Ukraine does not interest them”

    Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolay Patrushev said Tuesday the United States is trying to involve Russia in a military conflict and weaken …read more Source:...

    Ukraine conflict: Timeline
    Feb10

    Ukraine conflict: Timeline

    It’s considered Europe’s most dangerous conflict since the 1991-2001 wars in the former Yugoslavia. Pro-Russian rebels in the east of Ukraine have… …read more Source:...

    EEC starts anti-dumping investigation into Ukrainian seamless pipes
    Feb10

    EEC starts anti-dumping investigation into Ukrainian seamless pipes

    The Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) has decided to launch an anti-dumping investigation into the import of 426mm cold-worked and hot-worked seamless pipes from stainless steel produced in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    US Ambassador to OSCE: Putin is ready to make Russians suffer serious losses
    Feb10

    US Ambassador to OSCE: Putin is ready to make Russians suffer serious losses

    The people of Russia are hostages of their president. …read more Source:...

    Hurt: the West should build common Russia policy
    Feb10

    Hurt: the West should build common Russia policy

    Deputy Director of the International Center for Defense and Security Martin Hurt said he has no high hopes for new talks on Ukraine in Minsk as Western nations do not have a common, long-term policy towards Russia. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine town ‘destroyed’ in rebel offensive
    Feb10

    Ukraine town ‘destroyed’ in rebel offensive

    The town of Vuglegirsk sits deserted and littered with rubble after pro-Russian rebels advancing on nearby Debaltseve forced out Ukrainian soldiers during days of heavy fighting. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    Ukraine’s Foreign Minister To Discuss Humanitarian Aid with Bulgaria
    Feb10

    Ukraine’s Foreign Minister To Discuss Humanitarian Aid with Bulgaria

    The Bulgarian government is set on discussing the tensions regarding Ukrainian minorities, including the increased army mobilization of Bulgarian nationals with Ukrainian Foreign Affairs Minister Pavlo Klimkin during his upcoming visit. The position has also been expressed before the Ukrainian Ambassador to Sofia Mykola Baltazhy, a press release...

    Ukraine fighting intensifies as truce talks planned
    Feb10

    Ukraine fighting intensifies as truce talks planned

    Fighting in eastern Ukraine escalated on Tuesday, as preparations for a peace summit in Belarus gathered steam.At least five people were killed and 26 injured in an artillery attack on Kramatorsk, Ukrainian authorities said. Most of the victims were civilians,… …read more Source:...

    Rebels in new push to cut off Ukraine rail hub ahead of talks
    Feb10

    Rebels in new push to cut off Ukraine rail hub ahead of talks

    VUHLEHIRSK/KRAMATORSK, Ukraine (Reuters) – Rebel fighters made a push on Tuesday to cut off a government-held road and rail junction in east Ukraine, vowing on the eve of peace talks that they would not cease fire until they had achieved their aim of taking more territory. …read more Source:...

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