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    Russia ‘will react’ if EU imposes new sanctions
    Sep06

    Russia ‘will react’ if EU imposes new sanctions

    Russia’s Foreign Ministry has warned Moscow will react if the European Union imposes new sanctions against Russia over Ukraine, RFE/RL reports. The …read more Source:...

    Serbia welcomes Ukraine ceasefire agreement
    Sep06

    Serbia welcomes Ukraine ceasefire agreement

    BELGRADE – Ivica Dacic, Serbia’s first deputy prime minister and foreign minister, has welcomed an agreement on ceasefire in Ukraine and voiced …read more Source:...

    Dolgov: Ukrainian troops continue attacks
    Sep06

    Dolgov: Ukrainian troops continue attacks

    Ukrainian forces do not observe the ceasefire, continuing shelling Donetsk and positions of the Donetsk Republic’s militia near Mariupol, co-chairman of the …read more Source:...

    Ukraine crisis: Russia warns of reaction to fresh EU economic sanctions
    Sep06

    Ukraine crisis: Russia warns of reaction to fresh EU economic sanctions

    EU says measures could be suspended if Russian troops quit east Ukraine, but Moscow hits out at ‘support to party of war in Kiev’Russia has warned that there will be a reaction if the European Union imposes fresh economic sanctions against it over the crisis in Ukraine.The comment by the Russian foreign ministry came as a tentative...

    VIDEO: Ceasefire holding but ‘very fragile’
    Sep06

    VIDEO: Ceasefire holding but ‘very fragile’

    There is uncertainty over whether a ceasefire between government forces and pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine is holding. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine and rebels agree to a ceasefire and steps towards ending conflict – video
    Sep06

    Ukraine and rebels agree to a ceasefire and steps towards ending conflict – video

    Ukrainian officials and rebel leaders agreed to a number of steps towards ending the conflict in eastern Ukraine on Friday. The OSCE representative overseeing the talks in Minsk, Belarus, said that a ceasefire, prisoner exchange and the delivery of humanitarian aid had been agreed upon … …read more Source: The...

    Deep Divisions Amid Fragile Ukraine Peace
    Sep06

    Deep Divisions Amid Fragile Ukraine Peace

    A ceasefire heralds a halt in the bloodshed but the underlying causes of the country’s deadly conflict still need to be tackled. …read more Source: Sky...

    Russia agrees cease-fire, but EU sanctions may follow regardless
    Sep06

    Russia agrees cease-fire, but EU sanctions may follow regardless

    Ukraine, pro-Russia separatists and Russia have signed a conditional cease-fire agreement, Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko announced at the end of a NATO summit in Wales on Friday (5 September). However EU leaders and Barack Obama, the US president, remain sceptical that the deal represents a real solution to the conflict. “We are hopeful,...

    MH17: Malaysia sending search team to crash site ‘before winter’ to gather evidence
    Sep06

    MH17: Malaysia sending search team to crash site ‘before winter’ to gather evidence

    The government of Malaysia is sending a team to the MH17 crash site in eastern Ukraine to find conclusive evidence to help its argument that the plane was shot down. …read more Source: The...

    EU farm ministers call for further compensation
    Sep06

    EU farm ministers call for further compensation

    Agriculture ministers held an emergency meeting in Brussels on Friday (5 September) to take stock of the effect of the Russian ban on EU food imports on the EU agricultural sector. Russia banned the import of meat, fruit, vegetables and other foods on 6 August, in retaliation for EU sanctions for Russia’s military involvement in Ukraine....

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