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    Putin eyes benefits as rebels gain in Ukraine
    Jan28

    Putin eyes benefits as rebels gain in Ukraine

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Boxed into a corner by a financial crisis and the West’s refusal to drop sanctions over the conflict in Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin has come out fighting. …read more Source:...

    EU deliberates further sanctions on Russia | Press review main focus
    Jan28

    EU deliberates further sanctions on Russia | Press review main focus

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    Only armed Ukraine can force peace | Financial Times – United Kingdom
    Jan28

    Only armed Ukraine can force peace | Financial Times – United Kingdom

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    Europe too slow in tightening sanctions | Latvijas Avīze – Latvia
    Jan28

    Europe too slow in tightening sanctions | Latvijas Avīze – Latvia

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    Don’t hesitate on sanctions against Russia | Kurier – Austria
    Jan28

    Don’t hesitate on sanctions against Russia | Kurier – Austria

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    Show Putin where to draw the line | 15min – Lithuania
    Jan28

    Show Putin where to draw the line | 15min – Lithuania

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    Bulgarians from Odessa region rebel against imposed mobilization
    Jan28

    Bulgarians from Odessa region rebel against imposed mobilization

    About 500 Bessarabian Bulgarians from the village of Kulevcha in Odessa region stood up, Friday to protest against the attempts of Kiev authorities for a forceful mobilization. Local men acutely confronted and chased away the military recruitment team sent from Kiev. The Bulgarians from Kulevcha posted in the Internet a video showing the protests...

    U.S. provides more aid to Ukraine, threatens to step up sanctions on Russia
    Jan28

    U.S. provides more aid to Ukraine, threatens to step up sanctions on Russia

    KIEV (Reuters) – The United States signed an agreement on Wednesday to provide $2 billion in loan guarantees to help war-torn Ukraine with “near-term social spending” in 2015 and said it was prepared to step up economic sanctions against Russia if necessary. …read more Source:...

    Obama, Merkel want Russia held accountable for violence in Ukraine
    Jan28

    Obama, Merkel want Russia held accountable for violence in Ukraine

    BERLIN (Reuters) – U.S. President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed their concern about Russia’s role in rising violence in eastern Ukraine in a phone call late on Tuesday and agreed on the need for funds to stabilise the Ukrainian economy. …read more Source:...

    Daalder, Ivo
    Jan28

    Daalder, Ivo

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