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    VIDEO: ‘I will never see her smile again’
    Nov10

    VIDEO: ‘I will never see her smile again’

    Four months after a Malaysia Airlines plane carrying 298 people crashed in rebel-held territory in eastern Ukraine, a national memorial to the victims will take place in the Netherlands. …read more Source:...

    MH17 investigators look for answers as Ukraine ceasefire crumbles
    Nov10

    MH17 investigators look for answers as Ukraine ceasefire crumbles

    As the Dutch remember the victims of downed flight MH17, investigators are still trying to piece together the tragedy and provide some answers nearly four months after the tragedy. Kitty Logan reports from Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Merkel’s message for Ukraine as Berliners mark the day their dream came true
    Nov10

    Merkel’s message for Ukraine as Berliners mark the day their dream came true

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel says the fall of the Berlin Wall 25 years ago should be regarded as a sign of hope for people suffering in Ukraine, Syria and Iraq …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine ‘build-up’ raises tension
    Nov10

    Ukraine ‘build-up’ raises tension

    The US and the EU express concern at reports of a build-up of separatist reinforcements in eastern Ukraine after a day of shelling in Donetsk. …read more Source:...

    Heavy shelling sparks fresh Ukraine fears
    Nov09

    Heavy shelling sparks fresh Ukraine fears

    Russia accused of supplying rebels with heavy weaponry and new fighters …read more Source: Financial...

    Japan’s Abe urges Putin to ensure Ukraine ceasefire holds
    Nov09

    Japan’s Abe urges Putin to ensure Ukraine ceasefire holds

    BEIJING (Reuters) – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Sunday pressed Russian President Vladimir Putin to play a constructive role in ensuring that a shaky ceasefire in Ukraine holds. …read more Source:...

    Dacic, Zannier discuss Ukrainian crisis
    Nov09

    Dacic, Zannier discuss Ukrainian crisis

    BELGRADE – Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Ivica Dacic, who is also foreign minister, has met in Belgrade with Organisation for Security and …read more Source:...

    Stakes are high as US plays the oil card against Iran and Russia | Larry Elliott
    Nov09

    Stakes are high as US plays the oil card against Iran and Russia | Larry Elliott

    Washington is trying to drive down prices by flooding the market with crude but risks collateral damage to its own shale industryImagine that at the start of 2014 you were an investor who liked to dabble in the commodity markets. You could sniff something going seriously wrong in Ukraine and you were alarmed by early reports of groups of...

    At least the last cold war was a clash of ideologies  now there are no big ideas | Zoe Williams
    Nov09

    At least the last cold war was a clash of ideologies now there are no big ideas | Zoe Williams

    The standoff between Russia and the west, that Gorbachev warns us about, feels at times like a petulant Twitter spat. Except its still deadly seriousIs it shocking to hear Mikhail Gorbachev say were on the brink of a new cold war? Or somehow reassuring, a familiar figure giving a familiar name to a familiar problem? Commemorating the fall of the...

    Hard Ukraine bargaining leaves sour taste for some in EU
    Nov09

    Hard Ukraine bargaining leaves sour taste for some in EU

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Seeing its gold-spangled blue flag flown on the barricades of Kiev thrilled the European Union, reviving its self-image as a beacon of democracy at a time of growing doubt and economic gloom. …read more Source:...

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