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    Nato chief unveils new plan for eastern Europe
    Aug27

    Nato chief unveils new plan for eastern Europe

    A summit in Minsk on Tuesday failed to produce a breakthrough on the Ukraine conflict, while Nato announced a bold new plan for eastern Europe. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine promises ceasefire plan for east
    Aug27

    Ukraine promises ceasefire plan for east

    Pledge follows president’s talks with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Minsk, though no details of a proposal were given …read more Source: Financial...

    Women commissioners: Juncker struggles to reach eight
    Aug27

    Women commissioners: Juncker struggles to reach eight

    Jean-Claude Juncker, the next president of the European Commission, is faced with the prospect of having at most nine women in his college of European commissioners, whose composition is to be finalised in the coming days. The European Council is to meet on Saturday (30 August) to decide who should succeed Herman Van Rompuy as the president of...

    With Body Bags Returning from Ukraine, ‘the War’ Comes Home to Russians
    Aug27

    With Body Bags Returning from Ukraine, ‘the War’ Comes Home to Russians

    Ukraine sends 145 vests and helmets to ATO fighters in East Ukraine, 10 June 2014, by Oleg Pereverzev. Demotix. The evidence is mounting that an unannounced Russian invasion of eastern Ukraine is underway. After Moscow landed troops in Crimea earlier this year and later annexed the peninsula, an unhappy waiting game has played out around Donetsk...

    Minsk summit: Ukraine peace – a work in progress
    Aug27

    Minsk summit: Ukraine peace – a work in progress

    Late night talks at the summit in Minsk have at least pulled Moscow and Kyiv into one frame of mind – that the bloodshed in Ukraine must stop!… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine-Russia Talks Yield No Breakthrough
    Aug27

    Ukraine-Russia Talks Yield No Breakthrough

    Vladimir Putin says he will “help to create an atmosphere of trust”, but insists it is up to Kiev to agree a truce with rebels. …read more Source: Sky...

    Poroshenko to seek ceasefire after ‘very tough’ talks with Putin
    Aug27

    Poroshenko to seek ceasefire after ‘very tough’ talks with Putin

    MINSK (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko promised after late-night negotiations with Russia’s Vladimir Putin to work on an urgent ceasefire plan to defuse the separatist conflict in the east of his former Soviet republic. …read more Source:...

    Vladimir Putin and Petro Poroshenko in late night talks agree on need to end bloodshed
    Aug27

    Vladimir Putin and Petro Poroshenko in late night talks agree on need to end bloodshed

    Presidents of Russia and Ukraine appear divided over interpretation of negotiation outcome …read more Source: The...

    U.N. agency to launch plan for warning airlines of risks in conflict zones
    Aug27

    U.N. agency to launch plan for warning airlines of risks in conflict zones

    (Reuters) – The United Nations’ civil aviation body will launch two pilot projects designed to help airlines and states better share information about risks in conflict zones, the organization said on Tuesday, nearly six weeks after a Malaysian airliner was shot down over Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Hugh Muirs diary: Is China really bad-mouthing Charles and Camilla?
    Aug27

    Hugh Muirs diary: Is China really bad-mouthing Charles and Camilla?

    A tale of intrigue, whispers, red carpets and bad blood China is itching to regain its place in the world. How should America respond? asks a special edition of this weeks Economist. There is also discussion of Chinese motives and ambitions in the Oldie magazine, where the new media columnist Stephen Glover poses an intriguing question: do the...

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