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    Donetsk: Airport under full control of self-defense forces
    Oct03

    Donetsk: Airport under full control of self-defense forces

    Self-defense forces of self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic have brought Donetsk airport under full control, TASS reports. However, there are still Ukrainian law …read more Source:...

    Red Cross condemns Donetsk shelling
    Oct03

    Red Cross condemns Donetsk shelling

    The Red Cross condemns indiscriminate shelling in eastern Ukraine after one of its employees is killed in the rebel-held city of Donetsk. …read more Source:...

    Red Cross suffers first fatality in Ukraine
    Oct03

    Red Cross suffers first fatality in Ukraine

    The Red Cross says one of its aid workers was killed on Thursday when an artillery shell landed near its office in Donetsk, eastern Ukraine. The… …read more Source:...

    Red Cross worker killed in Ukraine
    Oct02

    Red Cross worker killed in Ukraine

    Swiss national killed by shell that landed near ICRCs offices in the rebel-held city of DonetskA Swiss Red Cross worker was killed by a shell that landed near the international organisations office in Ukraines separatist-held city of Donetsk on Thursday.A Reuters witness saw the body of a middle-aged man lying at the entrance to the building....

    Swiss aid worker killed as fighting in Donetsk intensifies
    Oct02

    Swiss aid worker killed as fighting in Donetsk intensifies

    A Swiss Red Cross worker has been killed in Donetsk, in the first shelling reported in the eastern Ukrainian city since Moscow and Kyiv agreed to a ceasefire early in September. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Mortar bomb hits Red Cross building in Ukraine’s Donetsk, one killed: agency
    Oct02

    Mortar bomb hits Red Cross building in Ukraine’s Donetsk, one killed: agency

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – A mortar bomb hit a building used by the International Committee of the Red Cross in Ukraine’s separatist-held city of Donetsk on Thursday, killing a Swiss citizen, Russian news agency Interfax quoted the rebels’ defense ministry as saying. …read more Source:...

    Pro-Russian rebels and Ukrainian army battle for Donetsk airport
    Oct02

    Pro-Russian rebels and Ukrainian army battle for Donetsk airport

    A fuel reservoir billows black smoke over Donetsk airport, as separatists battle the Ukrainian army for control of the strategic base. The… …read more Source:...

    Rebels in Ukraine renew Donetsk offensive
    Oct02

    Rebels in Ukraine renew Donetsk offensive

    The city of Donetsk came under heavy shelling today for the first time since Moscow and Kiev signed a truce on 5 September. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    Muted hopes for upcoming Ukraine election
    Oct02

    Muted hopes for upcoming Ukraine election

    After protests that forced a change in leadership in Ukraine, the country is poised to vote in a parliamentary ballot this month. Its result is being tipped as a foregone conclusion in favor of the president’s party. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia’s economy: On the edge of recession
    Oct02

    Russia’s economy: On the edge of recession

    SIGNS of Russia’s economic problems appeared long before the annexation of Crimea or the war in the Donbas region in Ukraine. The country’s previous growth model, in which profits from oil and gas sales were funnelled into the consumer economy, petered out around the time Vladimir Putin returned to the presidency in 2012. But Mr Putin...

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