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    Russia threatens to close airspace
    Sep08

    Russia threatens to close airspace

    Russia’s prime minister has warned that Russia may refuse Western airlines the right to fly over Siberia in response to sanctions that the European Union and the United States are poised to impose. In an interview published this morning in the Russian paper Vedomosti, Dmitry Medvedev said that an end to overflight rights could drive “many”...

    Ukraine ceasefire largely holding despite sporadic overnight shelling
    Sep08

    Ukraine ceasefire largely holding despite sporadic overnight shelling

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian forces said on Monday they had come under sporadic fire overnight from pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine, but Reuters witnesses said overall a ceasefire agreed between the two sides appeared to be holding. …read more Source:...

    No POW exchange in Ukraine, Kiev refuses to present list of prisoners
    Sep08

    No POW exchange in Ukraine, Kiev refuses to present list of prisoners

    Authorities of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic could not begin the prisoner swap as Kiev had refused to present its list of …read more Source:...

    Russian PM warns west against further sanctions
    Sep08

    Russian PM warns west against further sanctions

    Medvedev says Russia would respond ‘asymmetrically’ to new measures over Ukraine, possibly stopping flights in its airspaceThe Russian prime minister, Dmitry Medvedev, has said Moscow would respond to any new western sanctions “asymmetrically,” possibly preventing airlines flying through Russian airspace, if the US and EU...

    Poland denies arming Ukraine
    Sep08

    Poland denies arming Ukraine

    Poland has denied it agreed to send advanced weaponry and military advisers to Ukraine at last week’s NATO summit in Wales, as the ceasefire in eastern Ukraine hangs in the balance. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Ukraine: shelling threatens fragile truce
    Sep08

    Ukraine: shelling threatens fragile truce

    Both sides accuse each other of violating ceasefire agreement in east Ukraine with fighting centred on the town of MariupolShelling and gunfire in east Ukraine on Sunday threatened a fragile ceasefire agreed on Friday, with both sides accusing the other of violating the truce. One woman was killed overnight in the city of Mariupol, which is still...

    Ukraine’s waring sides accuse each other of ceasefire violations
    Sep08

    Ukraine’s waring sides accuse each other of ceasefire violations

    Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russian separatists are blaming each other for violations to an increasingly shaky ceasefire. Although over… …read more Source:...

    New sanctions against Russia?
    Sep08

    New sanctions against Russia?

    The European Union is set to decide whether or not to impose fresh sanctions against Russia after deadly fighting resumed in Ukraine over the weekend despite a ceasefire agreement. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Yatsenyuk: Kiev to impose martial law in Donbas if ceasefire fails
    Sep08

    Yatsenyuk: Kiev to impose martial law in Donbas if ceasefire fails

    Ukraine will be forced to impose martial law in Donbas (the country’s southeastern regions), if the ceasefire agreement reached at the Minsk …read more Source:...

    Foreign Policy talks to deputy leader of Azov Battalion in Ukraine
    Sep08

    Foreign Policy talks to deputy leader of Azov Battalion in Ukraine

    Foreign Policy magazine met with the leader of Azov Battalion, an irregular force assisting Kiev to cleanse eastern Ukraine of “terrorists.” The …read more Source:...

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