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    [Ticker] EU talks on Russia sanctions go into second day
    Sep10

    [Ticker] EU talks on Russia sanctions go into second day

    EU ambassadors in Brussels on Wednesday failed to reach agreement on whether to impose new Russia sanctions now or to wait and see if its peace deal with Ukraine sticks. They are to reconvene on Thursday, allowing more time for consultations with capitals, an EU source said. …read more Source:...

    ‘Special regime’ law for east to go to Ukrainian parliament next week
    Sep10

    ‘Special regime’ law for east to go to Ukrainian parliament next week

    The Ukrainian government has met in Kyiv to assess the progress in the ceasefire in the east of the country, and to debate a “special regime” for… …read more Source:...

    Russia blames Ukraine for downing Malaysian airliner
    Sep10

    Russia blames Ukraine for downing Malaysian airliner

    Russia’s defence minister has blamed Ukraine for the downing of a Malaysian passenger jet in July. It comes after the Dutch Safety Board reported… …read more Source:...

    Russia stokes tensions with the west by cutting gas exports to Poland
    Sep10

    Russia stokes tensions with the west by cutting gas exports to Poland

    Gazprom claims maintenance is behind the shortfall, as it is accused of penalising Poland over supplying gas to UkraineA decision by Russia to cut its gas exports to Poland without warning rekindled fears last night about Europe’s reliance on Siberian gas at a time of increasing tension between Moscow and the west.The Polish state energy...

    Majority of Russian troops have left Ukraine, says Petro Poroshenko
    Sep10

    Majority of Russian troops have left Ukraine, says Petro Poroshenko

    Ukraine ceasefire has “good prospect” of peace as president Petro Poroshenko says 70 per cent of Russian troops have left country …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine offers concessions to pro-Russian separatists
    Sep10

    Ukraine offers concessions to pro-Russian separatists

    Ukraine’s President says Russia has removed the bulk of its forces from his country, raising hopes for a peace drive now underway after five months of conflict in which more than 2,600 people have been killed. He has offered an olive branch to pro-Russian separatists, saying regions under rebel control would get special autonomy....

    Russia cuts gas supplies to Poland
    Sep10

    Russia cuts gas supplies to Poland

    Decision by Poland follows threats by Moscow to halt the re-exporting of supplies to Ukraine by third parties in the EU …read more Source: Financial...

    Germany’s Merkel pushes for implementation of Russia sanctions
    Sep10

    Germany’s Merkel pushes for implementation of Russia sanctions

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called for the EU to implement further sanctions against Russia for its role in the Ukraine conflict. The sanctions are yet to take effect as a ceasefire in Ukraine largely holds. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russia’s Gazprom ‘limiting gas supplies to Poland’
    Sep10

    Russia’s Gazprom ‘limiting gas supplies to Poland’

    Polish gas monopoly says volume received is down by 20%, a move that some say aims to disrupt ‘reverse flows’ to UkrainePoland has said the volume of gas it has received so far this week from Russian gas monopoly Gazprom is down by at least 20%.Some European countries believe Moscow may use a disruption of gas to Europe as a trump...

    [Ticker] Euromaidan up for 2014 Sakharov Prize
    Sep10

    [Ticker] Euromaidan up for 2014 Sakharov Prize

    The EPP group’s vice-chair Jacek Saryusz-Wolski has submitted a nomination of Ukraine’s Euromaidan for the 2014 Sakharov Prize as a “truly European voice for values, freedom and human rights”. The Euromaidan would be represented by Mustafa Nayem, Ruslana Lyzhychko, Yelyzaveta Schepetylnykova and Tetiana Chornovol for the...

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