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    Child taken from couple who paid surrogate
    Nov12

    Child taken from couple who paid surrogate

    Italy’s supreme court has ruled that a baby born to a surrogate mother in Ukraine cannot be kept by the Italian couple who paid for it and must be put up for adoption, Italian media reports said Wednesday. …read more Source: The Local...

    Italian court: Couple cannot keep surrogate baby
    Nov12

    Italian court: Couple cannot keep surrogate baby

    Italy’s supreme court has ruled that a baby born to a surrogate mother in Ukraine cannot be kept by the Italian couple who paid for it and must be put up for adoption, Italian media reports said. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    Ukraine army prepares for possible rebel offensive: defense chief
    Nov12

    Ukraine army prepares for possible rebel offensive: defense chief

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian government forces are redeploying in preparation for a possible new offensive by pro-Russian separatists in eastern regions, Defense Minister Stepan Poltorak said on Wednesday. …read more Source:...

    NATO: Russian military equipment entering Ukraine
    Nov12

    NATO: Russian military equipment entering Ukraine

    NATO has observed columns of Russian military equipment including tanks, artillery and combat troops entering eastern Ukraine in the past two days, the military alliance’s supreme allied commander said this morning. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    Heavy artillery fire rocks Donetsk
    Nov12

    Heavy artillery fire rocks Donetsk

    The rebel-held east Ukrainian city of Donetsk is shaken by artillery fire amid reports of new fighting near another rebel-held city, Luhansk. …read more Source:...

    Former Czech leader blames West for Ukraine crisis
    Nov12

    Former Czech leader blames West for Ukraine crisis

    Vaclav Klaus has accused the West, especially the United States, for escalating the crisis in Ukraine and an attempt to be “world’s only policeman.” In his new book, the former Czech prime minister and president wrote that Ukraine is “in some way quite innocent” in the current crisis and the strained relations with...

    Ukraine crisis: New shelling batters pro-Russian rebel city of Donetsk as fragile ceasefire falters
    Nov12

    Ukraine crisis: New shelling batters pro-Russian rebel city of Donetsk as fragile ceasefire falters

    New shelling battered the pro-Russian rebel city of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine overnight, shaking the fragile ceasefire. …read more Source: The...

    [Ticker] No plans for new Russia sanctions, says Merkel
    Nov12

    [Ticker] No plans for new Russia sanctions, says Merkel

    German chancellor Angela Merkel said Tuesday that the European Union is not planning new sanctions against Russia despite continued violence in Ukraine. EU foreign chief Federica Mogherini said that foreign ministers would discuss whether to increase sanctions on Russia and how to help Ukraine when meeting in Brussels 17 November. …read...

    [Ticker] OSCE warns of more violence in eastern Ukraine
    Nov12

    [Ticker] OSCE warns of more violence in eastern Ukraine

    Following a special monitoring mission to Ukraine the OSCE’s Michael Bociurkiw warned at a press conference in Kiev on Tuesday that the risk of an escalation in violence in eastern Ukraine is “rising.” Meanwhile, US general Philip Breedlove told press that Russia has been reinforcing its bases in Crimea lately. …read more...

    Shelling rocks rebel stronghold Donetsk in east Ukraine
    Nov12

    Shelling rocks rebel stronghold Donetsk in east Ukraine

    DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) – New shelling rocked the pro-Russian rebel stronghold of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine on Wednesday despite a fragile ceasefire. …read more Source:...

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