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    Ukraine separatists to ‘call up thousands’ of men
    Feb02

    Ukraine separatists to ‘call up thousands’ of men

    Separatist forces fighting government forces in eastern Ukraine plan a “general mobilisation” under which thousands of men will be called up, one of… …read more Source:...

    Separatists announce mobilization after Ukraine talks fail
    Feb02

    Separatists announce mobilization after Ukraine talks fail

    The top leader of the pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine announced an all-out mobilization Monday and claimed that 100,000 fighters would be recruited.Alexander Zakharchenko’s call came after another effort to set up peace talks to resolve the… …read more Source:...

    Russia sanctions help Kiev more than weapons | Corriere della Sera – Italy
    Feb02

    Russia sanctions help Kiev more than weapons | Corriere della Sera – Italy

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    Protests Welcome Merkel in Hungary on Monday
    Feb02

    Protests Welcome Merkel in Hungary on Monday

    Hungary’s mass protests against PM Viktor Orban’s policies were set off again on Sunday, right before German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s visit.Between 3,000 and 4,000 people gathered on the streets of Budapest to express disagreement with Orban’s pro-Russian course of action in front of the Hungarian Parliament, DW...

    Separatists in eastern Ukraine ‘to mobilise 100,000 men’
    Feb02

    Separatists in eastern Ukraine ‘to mobilise 100,000 men’

    Pro-Russian separatists fighting government forces in eastern Ukraine plan a “general mobilisation” under which thousands of men will be called up, one of their main leaders was quoted as saying on Monday. …read more Source: France...

    Greek Foreign Policy: Drilling into Europe’s Patience
    Feb02

    Greek Foreign Policy: Drilling into Europe’s Patience

    Strangely enough for many observers, the leftist SYRIZA party and its leader, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, did not stop surprising its European partners after ascending to power in Greece. But how should this rhetoric be interpreted? Novinite is having a look at two of the “pillars” of Greek foreign policy in the past week –...

    Ukraine rebels ‘to raise 100,000 men’
    Feb02

    Ukraine rebels ‘to raise 100,000 men’

    Pro-Russian separatist leader Alexander Zakharchenko announces plans to recruit 100,000 men, as fighting with Ukrainian forces intensifies. …read more Source:...

    Fighting in eastern Ukraine kills five soldiers
    Feb02

    Fighting in eastern Ukraine kills five soldiers

    Fighting continued Monday around a strategic railway hub in eastern Ukraine. Around 15 civilians died over the weekend in fighting between pro-Russian rebels and Kyiv’s forces. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Ukraine slips deeper into war as hostilities continue
    Feb02

    Ukraine slips deeper into war as hostilities continue

    The city of Donetsk has been under almost constant fire after the breakdown in the Minsk negotiations, while the situation near Debaltsevo remains critical. Officials of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DNR) said that three civilians were killed overnight as the result of an artillery attack of the Ukrainian forces against a...

    Polish ‘shock therapist’ Balcerowicz to help reform Ukraine
    Feb02

    Polish ‘shock therapist’ Balcerowicz to help reform Ukraine

    President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has invited Polish economist Leszek Balcerowicz to help create a wide-ranging raft of reforms for the country. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

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