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    Heavy shelling in east Ukraine increases fears over ceasefire
    Nov11

    Heavy shelling in east Ukraine increases fears over ceasefire

    DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) – Heavy shelling resumed around the pro-Russian separatist stronghold of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine on Tuesday, a Reuters witness said. …read more Source:...

    Mogherini: More Russia sanctions ‘on the table’
    Nov11

    Mogherini: More Russia sanctions ‘on the table’

    The EU’s top diplomat says increasing sanctions against Russia will be on the agenda when EU foreign ministers meet next week. Moscow faces fresh accusations of aiding rebels amid a fighting flare-up in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    MH17 salvage team ‘unable to start’
    Nov11

    MH17 salvage team ‘unable to start’

    A Dutch salvage team arrives at the MH17 disaster site in east Ukraine, where 298 people died, but say they cannot yet start removing wreckage. …read more Source:...

    U.S. vice president warns Russia to honor commitments
    Nov11

    U.S. vice president warns Russia to honor commitments

    Joseph Biden warned Russia over Ukraine “after new columns of tanks, trucks and heavy artillery rumbled towards the pro-Moscow rebel stronghold of Donetsk.” The French news agency AFP noted in its report that “the West has repeatedly expressed concern at Ukrainian claims that Russian military reinforcements are being sent in,...

    EU to discuss Russia sanctions, Ukraine support next week: Mogherini
    Nov11

    EU to discuss Russia sanctions, Ukraine support next week: Mogherini

    BERLIN (Reuters) – European Union foreign ministers will discuss whether to increase sanctions on Russia and how to help Ukraine when they meet in Brussels next week, EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini said on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    New Look to pull out of Russia
    Nov11

    New Look to pull out of Russia

    High Street fashion chain New Look has pulled out of both Russia and Ukraine citing ‘political uncertainty’. …read more Source:...

    Crimeas rapid Russification means pride for some but perplexity for others
    Nov11

    Crimeas rapid Russification means pride for some but perplexity for others

    Eight months after annexation, the former Ukrainian peninsula is undergoing a massive social and bureaucratic overhaulThe hotels in Simferopol are packed. It is late autumn and the administrative capital of Crimea has been overrun, not by holidaymakers the season and political climate are hardly suitable but by Russian officials. Even in summer...

    Ukraine-Russia border: Europe’s new wall
    Nov11

    Ukraine-Russia border: Europe’s new wall

    Twenty-five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, a new physical and militarised border is under construction, fuelled by ideological and political divisions, and allegedly funded by the European Union. The Daily Beast reports on a Ukraine government project to build a 2000-kilometre wall along its border with Russia — that, theoretically at...

    Cameron would be prepared for ‘new cold war’ with Russia if Putin continues on ‘current path’ with Ukraine
    Nov11

    Cameron would be prepared for ‘new cold war’ with Russia if Putin continues on ‘current path’ with Ukraine

    Britain could be prepared to accept a new “cold war” with Russia rather than allow President Putin to “rip up the international rule book” through his actions in Ukraine, David Cameron warned last night. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine’s ‘political prisoner’ facing possible show trial in Russia
    Nov11

    Ukraine’s ‘political prisoner’ facing possible show trial in Russia

    At home in Ukraine, she has been hailed as a hero and elected to parliament. In Russia, the soldier is being threatened with life in prison. The fate of Nadezhda Savchenko is being exploited by both sides. …read more Source: Deutsche...

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