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    Ukrainian government and pro-Russian separatists sign ceasefire agreement
    Sep05

    Ukrainian government and pro-Russian separatists sign ceasefire agreement

    Envoys for the Ukrainian authorities and pro-Russian rebels have agreed to a ceasefire from 6pm (3pm GMT) on Friday at talks mediated by Russia, the European Union and OSCE in Belarus. …read more Source: France...

    Ukraine: Nato To Form Rapid Response Force
    Sep05

    Ukraine: Nato To Form Rapid Response Force

    Nato prepares sanctions against Russia and warns: “Should you even think of attacking one ally, you will face the whole alliance.” …read more Source: Sky...

    [Ticker] Formal adoption of Russia sanctions may be delayed
    Sep05

    [Ticker] Formal adoption of Russia sanctions may be delayed

    The formal adoption of the EU’s new raft of economic sanctions on Russia may be delayed until next week, depending on the outcome of the peace talks in Minsk, several EU sources told EUobserver. The sanctions can be adopted through written procedure and will enter into force one day later. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine crisis: Government and pro-Russian rebels sign ceasefire agreement, reports say
    Sep05

    Ukraine crisis: Government and pro-Russian rebels sign ceasefire agreement, reports say

    The Ukrainian Government and pro-Russian rebels have reportedly signed a ceasefire agreement that could end the conflict that has killed more than 2,600 people. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine crisis: Nato agrees major troop deployment to guard against Russian aggression
    Sep05

    Ukraine crisis: Nato agrees major troop deployment to guard against Russian aggression

    A 4,000-strong Nato rapid reaction force – initially including 1,000 British troops – is to be established in response to Russian aggression in Ukraine, it has been announced. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine ceasefire deal ‘signed’
    Sep05

    Ukraine ceasefire deal ‘signed’

    The Ukrainian government and pro-Russian rebels meeting in Minsk sign a protocol to start a ceasefire, the Ukrainian president says. …read more Source:...

    Czech president: There’s no Russian invasion – for now
    Sep05

    Czech president: There’s no Russian invasion – for now

    Czech President Miloš Zeman says the conflict in Ukraine is a civil war and believes Russian officials when they say the Russian army “is not participating.””If you are referring to the civil war in Ukraine, we should call it truthfully and say honestly that it is a civil war. Of course, it may turn into a Russian invasion, but...

    Chinese ambassador on cooperation, Kosovo, Ukraine
    Sep05

    Chinese ambassador on cooperation, Kosovo, Ukraine

    The Chinese government stands by its position that it will not recognize Kosovo, Chinese Ambassador to Serbia Li Manchang has said.”I know that over 100 countries have recognized Kosovo’s independence, but the Chinese government stands by its position and has no intention of changing it, Ambassador Li told the Večernje Novosti daily....

    Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels agree ceasefire due to go into place today – but separatists still want a split from Kiev
    Sep05

    Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels agree ceasefire due to go into place today – but separatists still want a split from Kiev

    Petro Poroshenko confirmed that envoys in Minsk, the capital of Belarus, signed an agreement. Rebels announced separately a deal on Twitter. …read more Source: Daily...

    David Cameron presses for Nato force in eastern Europe  video
    Sep05

    David Cameron presses for Nato force in eastern Europe video

    Opening the second day of the Nato summit in Newport, the prime minister says he hopes to agree on a ‘multinational spearhead force’ with its headquarters in Poland and units in the Baltic states. Cameron says Nato member states ‘face new and evolving dangers’ from Russia and Islamic State (Isis) … …read more...

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